Angie McMahon has announced a run of Australia and New Zealand tour dates.
The Melbourne singer-songwriter will embark on her most extensive Australia and New Zealand headline tour to date this May and June, performing 11 intimate theatre shows across both countries (see full dates below). McMahon will be joined by two special guests on tour: Annie-Rose Maloney in Australia and Kee’ahn in New Zealand.
Tickets go on sale to the general public on Tuesday, February 20th at 11am local time. The Frontier Members pre-sale begins on Friday, February 16th at 11am local time.
McMahon is touring in support of her acclaimed second album, Light, Dark, Light Again, which was named the third best album of 2023 by Rolling Stone AU/NZ.
“It takes a special artist to make you feel less alone in the vastness of the world. Angie McMahon, seeking solace from her anxiety, found transformation in nature and being alone with herself, and she freely instilled her renewed spirituality into her art,” our review wrote.
“McMahon’s second album is the result, a sometimes unsparing listen that doesn’t offer easy answers but instead provides comfort through shared experience. The singer-songwriter still struggles with self-doubt in her songs, but she has a stronger sense of her place in the world, which makes all the difference. The songs are more cinematic and expansive than on her previous releases, a sign of her growing assuredness.”
McMahon also spoke in-depth with Rolling Stone AU/NZ about her second album last year, which you can read here.
Angie McMahon 2024 Australia & New Zealand Tour
With special guests Annie-Rose Maloney (AU) & Kee’ahn (NZ)
Presented by Frontier Touring, WME & triple j
Frontier Members pre-sale begins Friday, February 16th (11am local time)
General sale begins Tuesday, February 20th (11am local time)
Sunday 12 May
Sydney Opera House Concert Hall, Eora/Sydney, NSW
Wednesday 15 May
The Tivoli, Meanjin/Brisbane, QLD
Friday 17 May
Bar On The Hill, Mulubinba/Newcastle, NSW
Saturday 18 May
Anita’s Theatre, Woolyungah/Thirroul, NSW
Saturday 25 May
Odeon Theatre, Nipaluna/Hobart, TAS
Friday 31 May
Forum Melbourne, Naarm/Melbourne, VIC
Saturday 1 June
Ulumbarra Theatre, Dja Dja Wurrung/Bendigo, VIC
Wednesday 5 June
Perth Concert Hall, Boorlo/Perth, WA
Friday 7 June
Hindley Street Music Hall, Tarndanya/Adelaide, SA
Friday 14 June
San Fran, Wellington, NZ
Saturday 15 June
Powerstation, Auckland, NZ