Amy Shark’s huge Aussie tour has just gotten even bigger, with the world-beating artist adding a highly-anticipated date in South Australia.

Late last year it was revealed that Amy Shark was set to make her long-awaited homecoming with a massive tour throughout May. Supported by Slowly Slowly & Erthlings, these shows quickly became very popular, with Amy Shark forced to announce further dates to cope with demand.

Touring in support of her debut album, Love Monster, 2018 has been an absolutely banner year for Amy Shark, winning a huge three ARIA awards at last year’s ceremony, and scoring a #5 position in triple j’s Hottest 100 for ‘I Said Hi’.

Now, following the announcement of a second Perth show just weeks ago, Amy Shark has extended her Aussie tour once again, this time adding a show in South Australia.

Serving as the penultimate performance of the tour, Amy Shark will be hitting up the iconic Thebarton Theatre on May 24th for what is bound to be a stunning all ages gig.

With performances in Melbourne and Perth already sold out, and her Sydney gig selling fast, be sure not to miss your chance when one of Australia’s biggest musos comes your way this May!

Tickets to Amy Shark’s new show go on sale from 10am on Friday, March 8th through Live Nation.

Check out Amy Shark’s ‘I Said Hi’:

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Amy Shark 2019 Australian Tour

With special guests Slowly Slowly & Erthlings

Friday, May 3rd
Fremantle Arts Centre, Perth, WA (18+)

Saturday, May 4th (Sold Out)
Fremantle Arts Centre, Perth, WA (18+)

Friday, May 10th (Selling Fast)
Hordern Pavilion, Sydney, NSW (All Ages)

Saturday, May 11th (Sold Out)
Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne, VIC (All Ages)

Friday, May 17th
Riverstage, Brisbane, QLD (All Ages)

Friday, May 24th (New Show)
Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide, SA (All Ages)

Friday, May 31st
Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne, VIC (all Ages)

Tickets for Amy Shark’s Adelaide show go on sale at 10am, Friday, March 8th through Live Nation.

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