Amy Shark announces massive 42-date regional tour including 10 WA shows

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After many, many pandemic delays, Amy Shark is not only making good on her promise to play her cancelled shows, she’s doing one better by visiting Aussie fans across every corner of the country.

The Gold Coast singer-songwriter announced today she’ll be hitting the road for a mammoth 42-date regional tour of Australia across May, June, July and August this year, including 10 shows right here in WA.

Shark still has one show remaining on her national run at RAC Arena set for May 13 before the regional tour kicks off at Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre on May 19, followed by a further nine dates from Karratha to Broome and everywhere in between.

“My show is gonna be so slick. Like how well rehearsed am I going to be?” Shark joked.

While she’s the first to admit playing 42 shows is “insane”, Shark is determined to see every one of her adoring fans that have been “starved” of entertainment before she heads overseas.

“A lot of these fans have been starved even before COVID. Not many people go out to them,” she said.

“I’ve played a couple of festivals that are regionally based, and they are just wild. They’re just so happy to have something on.

“I still love the hustle in that if there are people out there that don’t know who I am or aren’t fans, I make it my job to win them over.”

After her stint in WA, the ARIA winner will visit NT, NSW, ACT, VIC, SA and TAS, then shows in her home state with her critically acclaimed Cry Forever and Love Monster albums, plus favourites from her Night Thinker EP.

Tickets go on sale at 10am local time on Wednesday 30 March at amyshark.com.



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