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Stormzy Announces Rescheduled Australia Tour Dates

After several delays, UK rap icon Stormzy has announced he’s bringing his H.I.T.H World Tour to Australia at the end of this year.

Stormzy Announces Rescheduled Australia Tour Dates

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After several delays, UK rap icon Stormzy has announced he’s bringing his H.I.T.H World Tour to Australia at the end of this year.

Originally scheduled to take place two years ago, Stormzy’s plans to visit Australia were put on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic.┬áThe rapper will finally return to the country for the first time in five years this November and December, performing in Perth, Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, and Adelaide. He’ll then head to New Zealand for shows in Wellington and Auckland.

It’s also been confirmed that exiting tickets remain valid for the rescheduled dates. If you can’t make the new shows, please contact the ticketing company from which you purchased.

The tour takes its name from Stormzy’s last album, 2019’s Heavy Is the Head. His second studio album became both his second UK number one album and second album to be nominated for the prestigious Mercury Music Prize.

During the first show of his current UK and Ireland arena tour in Cardiff, Stormzy confirmed that the follow-up to Heavy Is the Head will arrive this year. A video featuring several studio shots of him in the recording studio were displayed, followed by the message, “Album 3. Coming 2022.”

While fans wait to see Stormzy perform live, the rapper is set to be the first guest on Louis Theroux’s new BBC six-part series. The renowned documentarian will follow him at home and on tour to gain a deeper insight into the life and music of one of the UK’s biggest artists.

Stormzy H.I.T.H Australia Tour 2022

Tickets at handsometours.com

Wednesday, November 23rd

HBF Stadium, Perth, WA

Sunday, November 27th

Hordern Pavilion, Sydney, NSW

Monday, November 28th

Hordern Pavilion, Sydney, NSW

Wednesday, November 30th

Riverstage, Brisbane, QLD

Friday, December 2nd

John Cain Arena, Melbourne, VIC

Thursday, December 8th

AEC Theatre, Adelaide, SA

Saturday, December 10th

TSB Arena, Wellington, NZ

Sunday, December 11th

Trusts Arena, Auckland, NZ