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Fresh off her Cry Forever arena tour, ARIA award winner and alt-pop singer songwriter, Amy Shark has today announced she’ll be hitting the road for a mammoth 42 date regional tour of Australia across May, June, July and August this year, presented by triple j, Handsome Tours, Select Music and Rage More.

With one show still remaining on her national run (Perth’s RAC Arena set for May 13), Amy Shark will now bring her critically acclaimed Cry Forever and Love Monster albums to regional fans right across Australia on her See U Somewhere tour. The tour will kick off at Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre on May 19 before taking in a further 9 dates in WA (supported by Dulcie), and will then move through NT (supported by Prayer Corby), NSW (supported by Adam Newling), ACT, VIC (supported by Yorke), SA (supported by Jess Day) and TAS (supported by Tyler Richardson), then heading north for 7 shows in her home state of QLD (supported by Cult Romance), finishing up at Tanks Arts Centre in Cairns on August 29.

Tickets go onsale at 10am local time on Wednesday 30 March from https://www.amyshark.com.

“I’m the happiest when I’m on stage performing and I can’t wait to travel further into Australia where I’ve never been before, to explore some of these towns and meet everyone, it’s going to be a fun one.”

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. This was followed by APRA award winning (Song Of The Year) 6 x Platinum and number one Australian airplay chart hit, I Said Hi and the 2019 3 x platinum single Mess Her Up. Shark’s debut/breakthrough #1 ARIA album and Platinum-certified LOVE MONSTER was recognised in 2018 with four ARIA awards (Album of the Year, Best Female Artist, Best Pop Release, Best Producer [Dann Hume]) and was nominated for another five. LOVE MONSTER went on to become the highest selling album by an Australian artist for 2018. Not one to slow down, even in a global pandemic, 2020 saw Amy release her ARIA award winning, 2 x Platinum accredited single, Everybody Rise, which is nearing 37 million streams globally and spent 12 weeks in the top 10 Australian airplay chart. Amy’s latest album, CRY FOREVER was her second #1 ARIA debut holding the top spot for two weeks consecutively. Shark teamed up with blink 182’s Travis Barker on Gold accredited single C’MON and global superstar Ed Sheeran to co-write platinum single Love Song’s Ain’t For Us featuring Grammy award winning artist Keith Urban. Today Amy has amassed 798 Million combined global streams.

Thrilled to be performing such an epic run of shows around Aus, and showing her endless gratitude for the huge love from her regional fans, Amy enthuses, “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 onsale to the general public at 10am local time on Wednesday 30 March, for tickets and further information, head to https://www.amyshark.com

AMY SHARK SEE U SOMEWHERE AUSTRALIA TOUR 2022

Presented by triple j

THU 19 MAY | BUNBURY REGIONAL ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE, BUNBURY, WA

FRI 20 MAY | MANDURAH PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE, MANDURAH, WA

SAT 21 MAY | THE RIVER, MARGARET RIVER, WA

THU 26 MAY | ALBANY ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE, ALBANY, WA

FRI 27 MAY | ESPERANCE CIVIC CENTRE, ESPERANCE, WA

SAT 28 MAY | GOLDFIELDS ART CENTRE, KALGOORLIE, WA

SUN 29 MAY | CUMMINS THEATRE, MERREDIN, WA

TUE 31 MAY | QUEENS PARK THEATRE, GERALDTON, WA

THU 2 JUN | RED EARTH ARTS PRECINCT (THEATRE), KARRATHA, WA

SAT 4 JUN | THE ROEBUCK BAY HOTEL, BROOME, WA

THU 9 JUN | DARWIN ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE, DARWIN, NT

SUN 26 JUN | THE GARDEN HOTEL, DUBBO, NSW

TUE 28 JUN | BMEC, BATHURST, NSW

WED 29 JUN | THE ART HOUSE WYONG, WYONG, NSW

SAT 2 JUL | CIVIC THEATRE, NEWCASTLE, NSW

TUE 5 JUL | WAGGA WAGGA CIVIC THEATRE, WAGGA WAGGA, NSW

WED 6 JUL | GRIFFITH REGIONAL THEATRE, GRIFFITH, NSW

FRI 8 JUL | CANBERRA THEATRE CENTRE, CANBERRA, ACT

SAT 9 JUL | ALBURY ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE, ALBURY, NSW

TUE 12 JUL | WPACC, WANGARATTA, VIC

THU 14 JUL | RIVERLINKS EASTBANK, SHEPPARTON, VIC

SAT 16 JUL | GIPPSLAND PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE, TRARALGON, VIC

TUE 19 JUL | LIGHTHOUSE THEATRE, WARRNAMBOOL, VIC

WED 20 JUL | ULUMBARRA THEATRE, BENDIGO, VIC

THU 21 JUL | WENDOUREE CENTRE FOR PERFORMING ARTS, BALLARAT/WENDOUREE, VIC

FRI 22 JUL | HORSHAM TOWN HALL, HORSHAM, VIC

SAT 23 JUL | COSTA HALL, GEELONG, VIC

WED 27 JUL | MILDURA ARTS CENTRE, MILDURA, VIC

THU 28 JUL | THE BAROSSA ARTS CENTRE, TANUNDA, SA

FRI 29 JUL | MIDDLEBACK ARTS CENTRE, WHYALLA NORRIE, SA

SAT 30 JUL | CHAFFEY THEATRE, RENMARK, SA

SUN 31 JUL | SIR ROBERT HELPMANN THEATRE, MT GAMBIER, SA

TUE 2 AUG | PRINCESS THEATRE, LAUNCESTON, TAS

THU 4 AUG | PARNAPLE ARTS CENTRE, DEVENPORT, TAS

FRI 5 AUG | HOBART CITY HALL / MAC 02, HOBART, TAS

FRI 19 AUG | BILOELA CIVIC CENTRE, BILOELA, QLD

SAT 20 AUG | MONCRIEFF ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE, BUNDABERG, QLD

SUN 21 AUG | GLADSTONE ENTERTAINMENT & CONVENTION CENTRE, GLADSTONE, QLD

WED 24 AUG | PILBEAM THEATRE, ROCKHAMPTON, QLD

THU 25 AUG | MECC, MACKAY, QLD

FRI 26 AUG | TOWNSVILLE ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE, TOWNSVILLE, QLD

MON 29 AUG | TANKS ARTS CENTRE, CAIRNS, QLD

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