Everybody will rise as Amy Shark takes to the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre stage on Saturday, 20 August, bringing her regional tour to Bundaberg.
Tickets for the show go on sale tomorrow at 10 am and are expected to sell quickly with this possibly being the last chance to see Amy live in intimate-capacity venues.
The See You Somewhere Australia tour will see Amy bring her critically acclaimed Cry Forever and Love Monster albums, plus favourites from her Night Thinker EP to a number of regional towns.
While many artists have taken the opportunity to tour overseas, Amy said it was important to her to perform to Australian audiences first, with the community having missed out on live music also.
“I feel like our country has missed out on a lot of live music too,” Amy said.
“Before I cater to the US or the UK, I thought I should pay a visit to as many Aussies as humanly possible.
“There are a few places on this tour that I mentioned to my team that I’d like to allow some time to explore.”
Amy Shark Moncrieff performance to be like no other
Still performing on her national CryForever tour, Amy said the regional audiences could expect a show like no other.
“We're going to have to scale back the show a tiny bit for the regional run only because we are playing in towns that need an adjusted amount of production,” she said.
“Don't for a second think I won't be giving it everything I have on stage every single night.
“I play the same show, with the same level of energy no matter what the capacity, and I don't know when I'll get the chance to do a huge Australian run like this again so if I'm coming to your town you are mine that night, no excuses.”
Tickets go on sale at 10 am tomorrow here.
After bursting on to the global music scene in 2016, Amy Shark’s 6 x Platinum single Adore put her on the map as one of Australia’s most formidable emerging songwriters.
You can find out more about Amy Shark here.
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