Tash Sultana has been forced to expand an upcoming Aussie tour, after the first of two intimate shows sold out in no time.

If you’ve been paying attention to the world of Tash Sultana recently, then you’d be well aware that 2019 has been giving fans a taster of what is bound to be another banner year.

Having recently teamed up with Matt Corby for the exceptional ‘Talk It Out’, Tash recently debuted ‘Daydreaming’, a fresh new track with German duo Milky Chance.

Scoring a million streams within the first 48 hours and being added to rotation on triple j, this wasn’t even the best news to come out of the stunning musician’s camp recently, with news of Tash selling out Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre as part of an upcoming US tour.

“I’m super proud to have sold out Red Rocks,” says Tash. “This will most likely be the last time I play this venue as a solo performer so I’m happy to be closing this chapter of my life right here.”

While this news has undoubtedly left Tash’s fans feeling rather proud, Aussie fans also received some good news recently, with a pair of intimate Aussie shows being announced for later in the year.

Performing at Melbourne’s Forum Theatre this November and Sydney’s Enmore Theatre in December, these gigs were so popular that Tash was forced to add a second Melbourne date just to cope with the demand.

“After the last few years touring overseas, I really wanted to come back and do some smaller stripped back intimate shows,” Tash explained of the upcoming dates.

With Tash Sultana set to spend the summer recording album number two, the world-beating muso won’t be performing any headline dates next year, meaning that this is one of the last chance dedicated fans will get to see tracks like ‘Free Mind’ and ‘Jungle’ performed on the live stage for a while.

Check out all the tour dates below, and check out Tash Sultana’s latest collaboration with Milky Chance as well.

Check out Milky Chance & Tash Sultana’s ‘Daydreaming’:

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Tash Sultana Australian Tour 2019

Wednesday, November 27th (Selling Fast)
Forum Theatre, Melbourne, VIC

Thursday, November 28th (Sold Out)
Forum Theatre, Melbourne, VIC

Friday, December 13th
Enmore Theatre, Sydney, NSW

Tickets available now from Tash Sultana’s website

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