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Thelma Plum Announces National Homecoming Queen Tour

“I cannot wait to return and take my little band family and the wonderful Kira Puru on the road for the “Homecoming Queen Tour”,” said Thelma Plum.

Thelma Plum will be hitting the road for a 13-date national tour this May.

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Fresh from an amazing year in 2019, Thelma Plum is set to hit the road in a few months, bringing her Homecoming Queen tour around the country.

Releasing her long-awaited debut album, Better in Blak, in July, Thelma Plum managed to turn 2019 into one of her biggest years yet, hitting #4 on the ARIA charts, and scoring the highest-placed song by an Indigenous act in the triple j Hottest 100 with the title track.

Now, fresh from being announced as one of the stunning Australian artists on the Splendour in the Grass lineup, Plum has revealed she’s heading out on a national tour throughout May and July.

The last year has been pretty crazy for me since people started to hear Better in Blak, both the song and the album, and it’s been amazing to have the stories which were inside my head resonate with so many people,” she explained.

“It’s given me the opportunity to do some travelling and touring overseas, but it wouldn’t feel right if I didn’t celebrate where we are going, but more importantly where we have been, I cannot wait to return and take my little band family and the wonderful Kira Puru on the road for the “Homecoming Queen Tour””

Kicking off in Kingscliff on May 28, the tour will see Plum visiting most major cities across the mainland, along with appearances at the Big Pineapple Festival, and Adelaide’s Deadly Hearts festival.

Tickets to the upcoming tour are on sale from Friday, February 21. Check out all the details below.

Thelma Plum – The Homecoming Queen Tour

With Special Guest Kira Puru

Thursday, May 28th
Kingscliff Beach Hotel, Kingscliff, NSW

Friday, May 29th
The Spotted Cow, Toowoomba, QLD

Friday, June 5th
The Metro, Sydney, NSW

Saturday, June 6th
UC Refectory, Canberra, ACT

Thursday, June 11th
Prince of Wales, Bunbury, WA

Friday, June 12th
Astor Theatre, Perth, WA

Saturday, June 13th
The River, Margaret River, WA

Friday, June 19th
Forum, Melbourne, VIC

Saturday, June 20th
Torquay Hotel, Torquay, VIC

Friday, June 26th
Anita’s Theatre, Thirroul, NSW

Saturday, June 27th
NEX, Newcastle, NSW

Friday, July 3rd
Gilligan’s, Cairns, QLD

Saturday, July 4th
Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane, QLD

Also appearing at

Saturday, May 30th
Big Pineapple Festival, Sunshine Coast, QLD

Sunday, June 7th
Deadly Hearts, Adelaide, SA

Friday, July 24th – Sunday, July 26th
Splendour in the Grass 2020, Byron Bay, NSW

Tickets on sale from Thelma Plum’s website from 10am AEST on Friday, February 21