Jaguar Jonze Announces The ‘Bunny Mode’ Australian Tour

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Taiwanese-Australian singer, producer, songwriter, and multimedia artist JAGUAR JONZE announces the BUNNY MODE Australian Tour today after her dazzling performance at Eurovision – Australia Decides, which took out the Jury vote on the Gold Coast on Saturday, and landed at third place overall. The BUNNY MODE Australian Tour will see Jaguar Jonze play nine shows down the East Coast, Adelaide and Perth, with special guests to be announced.

Tickets to the BUNNY MODE Australian Tour are on sale 9am AEDT on Wednesday March 2 from

The BUNNY MODE Australian Tour is Jaguar Jonze’s first national run of shows since the DEADALIVE tour more than a year ago, and the first time audiences around the country can see her new single Little Fires up close and personal. Jaguar Jonze will be performing new music including the explosive WHO DIED AND MADE YOU KING?, the “powerful” CUT, and more – all taken from her forthcoming, to-be-announced debut album, due out mid-2022.

On announcing the BUNNY MODE Australian Tour, Jaguar Jonze says, “Recording music and creating my music videos is one thing, but being on stage and sharing in person moments with my fans and music lovers is something else entirely. I can’t wait to bring that energy to stages around the country, and finally be able to perform for those who have supported me through some of the toughest times in my career.”

Brisbane-based Jaguar Jonze (real name Deena Lynch) has had a non-stop 18 months, becoming a public vessel for change and accountability in the Australian music industry, while simultaneously focusing on her creative artistry. Her recent singles have received praise from the likes of Rolling Stone, triple j, MTV, NME, and she was named feature artist on BBC Radio 1’s Future Artists with Jack Saunders. In addition to the BUNNY MODE Australian Tour, Jaguar Jonze is also set to join The Wombats on their Australian tour this June.

In honour of her advocacy to raise awareness on discrimination and abuse within the music industry, and pushing practitioners to operate in a safe and respectful environment, Jaguar Jonze has been awarded the triple j Done Good Award, AIR Outstanding Achievement Award, and named one of the 21 Most Inspiring Women of 2021 by Vogue Australia. Jaguar Jonze continues her advocacy work including in the group that commissioned the Music Industry Review of sexual harm, sexual harassment and systemic discrimination in the contemporary Australian music industry and recommendations for reform.

Tickets on sale 9am AEDT Wednesday March 2 from

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