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Peach PRC Is Going on an Australian Tour

The tour will feature Peach PRC’s biggest headline shows to date

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Jess Gleeson

Peach PRC is heading out on an Australian tour.

The stylish pop singer-songwriter will perform in Melbourne, Brisbane, and Sydney in March and April for her biggest headline shows to date (see full details below).

Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, February 2nd at 1pm local time. The pre-sale begins on Thursday, February 1st at 1pm local time. Tickets are likely to sell out quick after Peach PRC’s 2023 headline dates in her home country sold out well in advance last year.

Peach PRC will be joined by Sydney singer-songwriter Carla Wehbe, who recently supported US music legends The Chicks on their Australian tour, as well as completing her own debut headline tour.

Peach PRC’s upcoming tour follows her highly anticipated performance at the Australian Open Finals Festival Pride Day in January. Ahead of her performance last week, she spoke about her personal and creative transformation in an exclusive interview with Rolling Stone AU/NZ.

“It’s nice learning to not just blurt everything out all the time and share every single piece of me… I guess it just comes with growth and age and stuff like that as well, though,” she said about her decision to keep her life a bit more private these days.

Peach PRC released her debut EP, Manic Dream Pixie, last year to highly positive reviews. The EP debuted atop the ARIA Albums Chart and earned three nominations, including Best Pop Release (“Perfect for You”) at the 2023 ARIA Awards. The EP track “Perfect for You” also reached number 62 on triple j’s 2023 Hottest 100 last weekend.

Peach PRC 2024 Australian Tour

Presented by Secret Sounds & WME

Tickets available via secretsounds.com

Thursday, March 21st (SOLD OUT)
The Forum, Melbourne, VIC

Friday, March 22nd
The Forum, Melbourne, VIC

Thursday, March 28th
Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane, QLD

Friday, April 5th
Enmore Theatre, Sydney, NSW

Saturday, April 6th (SOLD OUT)
Enmore Theatre, Sydney, NSW