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Angie McMahon Announces Most Extensive Australian Tour To Date

13 February 2024 | 9:40 am | Mary Varvaris

The tour arrives after the release of her Australian Music Prize-nominated second album, 'Light, Dark, Light Again'.

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Critically acclaimed Melbourne singer Angie McMahon has announced her Making It Through tour, marking her most extensive Australian and New Zealand run of shows to date.

The tour arrives after the release of her second album, Light, Dark, Light Again, and McMahon will be performing in eleven theatres in Australia and New Zealand.

McMahon begins the tour at the Sydney Opera House on Sunday, 12 May, followed by Brisbane’s The Tivoli on Wednesday, 15 May, Newcastle’s Bar On The Hill on Friday, 17 May, and Thirroul’s Anita’s Theatre on Saturday, 18 May.

The tour continues at Hobart’s Odeon Theatre on Saturday, 25 May, Melbourne’s Forum Theatre on Friday, 31 May, Bendigo’s Ulumbarra Theatre on Saturday, 1 June, Perth Concert Hall on Wednesday, 5 May, and wraps up in Australia at Adelaide’s Hindley Street Music Hall on Friday, 7 June.

She concludes the tour in New Zealand, performing at Wellington’s San Fran on Friday, 14 June, and Auckland’s Powerstation on Saturday, 15 June.

Frontier Members can access pre-sale tickets on Friday, 16 February, at 11 am local time, with general sale tickets available from Tuesday, 20 February, at 11 am local time. You can find tickets and further touring information via the Frontier Touring website.

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McMahon will be joined by special guests Annie-Rose Maloney in Australia and Kee’ahn in New Zealand.

Light, Dark, Light Again was nominated for the 2023 Australian Music Prize, which ultimately went to Melbourne indie rockers RVG.

McMahon said about her album in a statement, “Light, Dark, Light Again is a record about facing the fear and learning it can be a portal to something bigger and better. It finds that the only certainty in life is that everything ends, and everything begins again – that there is life and death and life again, that there is light and dark and light again.”

In an album review, The Music declared, “Light, Dark, Light Again is an album that displays Angie McMahon as she is: messy sometimes but always warm and true to who she is.”

The review added that her latest LP “isn’t exactly a happy album, but for those who connect with McMahon’s authentic storytelling and messages, it might just feel like the soothing hug you need right now.”



With special guests Annie-Rose Maloney (AU) & Kee’ahn (NZ)

Sunday 12 May - Sydney Opera House Concert Hall, Eora/Sydney, NSW (All Ages)

Wednesday 15 May - The Tivoli, Meanjin/Brisbane, QLD (18+)

Friday 17 May - Bar On The Hill, Mulubinba/Newcastle, NSW (18+)

Saturday 18 May - Anita’s Theatre, Woolyungah/Thirroul, NSW (All Ages)

Saturday 25 May - Odeon Theatre, Nipaluna/Hobart, TAS (All Ages)

Friday 31 May - Forum Melbourne, Naarm/Melbourne, VIC (18+)

Saturday 1 June - Ulumbarra Theatre, Dja Dja Wurrung/Bendigo, VIC (All Ages)

Wednesday 5 June - Perth Concert Hall, Boorloo/Perth, WA (All Ages)

Friday 7 June - Hindley Street Music Hall, Tarndanya/Adelaide, SA (18+)

Friday 14 June - San Fran, Pōneke/Wellington, NZ (18+)

Saturday 15 June - Powerstation, Tāmaki Makaurau/Auckland, NZ (18+)