The countdown is on, with just two weeks until pop royalty Lily Allen kicks off her Australian tour at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre on Monday 4 February!
This tour has been in high demand, with first shows in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane selling out within 24 hours. In response, second and final dates were added in Sydney and Melbourne; limited tickets remain for these additional shows as well as Lily’s Metro City (Perth) and Spark Arena (Auckland) performances. This tour will sell out, so act fast!
In addition to these highly anticipated shows, Mercedes me Melbourne is thrilled to announce a very special one-off evening with Lily Allen on Thursday 7 February in partnership with Mushroom Creative House. An evening with Lily Allen is the first music event in the Mercedes me Meet the Maker series and an Australian exclusive. The night will provide a fascinating insight into the woman behind the music where guests will be treated to an in-conversation about the writing process of Lily’s latest album No Shame and her first book My Thoughts Exactly, as well as an intimate live performance on the night.
Tickets to the event are available via competition system – commencing at 5pm AEDT on Monday 21 January, and concluding at 5pm AEDT on Friday 25 January. For further information and to enter the competition visit mercedesme.melbourne/events/
Joining the recent Mercury Prize and BRIT nominee on the road in Australia is Melbourne dream pop producer Japanese Wallpaper, who has entertained Australian crowds at festivals across the country with luscious tracks Breathe In (feat. Wafia) and Forces (feat. Airling), and also featured in the soundtrack for Zach Braff’s feature film Wish I Was Here – all before he finished high school.
Kicking things off in Auckland is breakthrough local artist BENE who crashed into our conscious this summer with her latest single Soaked, which has already racked up nearly 5 million Spotify streams, been playlisted on national pop radio, and caught attention all over the world.
These are Lily’s first Australian shows in four years and her first show in New Zealand since 2010, so be sure not to miss the No Shame star’s momentous return.
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