AViVA Queen Of The Freaks Australian Tour March 2021

Australian born, self styled emo-pop vocalist and global sensation, AViVA will embark on her first ever headline tour across the east coast in March 2021, playing a string of All Ages shows to her growing legion of fans, known as Outsiders.

Since releasing her debut single Grrrls in late 2017 AViVA’s distinct sound and message has attracted the support of tastemakers around the world via YouTube and Spotify. Moving to LA in early 2019, AViVA continued to build an enormous groundswell, incredibly amassing over 2 Billion streams and with a current monthly listenership of 1.3 million continues to generate 80 million spins a month!

AViVA has carved herself a spot in the alternative music scene with her emo-pop sound and unique vocal tone which both soars and simmers. AViVA’s newly released Queen Of The Freaks single follows her debut album Volume I featuring 11 tracks including Grrrls, Blame It On The Kids, Rabbit Hole, and Hushh, all of them reaching over 15 million streams each.

AViVA’s message is a simple one, be yourself, express yourself and own who you are! She isn’t afraid of baring all in her music as she continues to explore the challenges of friendship and themes of control and isolation.

AViVA spent 2019 writing new music and touring with the likes of Yungblud and Poppy and also headlined her own shows in the US. 2021 is set to be a huge year for AViVA, not only will she headline across Australia and open for My Chemical Romance on their stadium tour of the UK, she will also release her debut novel, Self/Less!

AViVA says of the coming Australian tour, “2020 has been a crazy year! I am so excited to announce my first headline Australian tour in 2021! It is time to get back on the road and I’m looking forward to seeing all my OUTSiDERS in person! Can’t wait to see everyone there”.

Destroy All Lines Pre sale starts Wednesday, November 18 @ 12.00pm AEDT. General tickets on sale Thursday, November 19 @ 9.00am AEDT.

Tickets via Destroy All Lines

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