He’ll take to some of the most prestigious stages in the country later this year.
Charlie Puth has finally announced the Australian leg of his Charlie world tour, taking on three of the east coast’s most prestigious venues later this year.
The short run – coming in support of the New Jersey pop singer’s eponymous third album Charlie – will kick off in Meanjin/Brisbane on Friday October 27, when Puth takes over the outdoor Riverstage venue. He’ll head to Naarm/Melbourne next, playing Margaret Court Arena that Sunday (October 29), before wrapping up at the Aware Super Theatre in Eora/Sydney the following Wednesday (November 1).
This will be Puth’s first-ever tour of Australia. Tickets for the run go on sale at 2pm this Friday (June 16), with a presale running from the same time tomorrow (June 15). You can see more info on all of that here.
Charlie arrived last October on Atlantic, and sported a very impressive seven (count ‘em, seven) singles: Light Switch, That’s Hilarious, Left And Right, Smells Like Me, I Don’t Think That I Like Her, Loser and Charlie Be Quiet! Following up on Puth’s 2018 album Voicenotes, it wound up being his most successful effort with Australian audiences, peaking at #5 on the ARIA Top 50 Albums chart.
Back in March, Puth released a standalone single, That’s Not How This Works, featuring Dan + Shay. A second version of the tune, also featuring Sabrina Carpenter, followed in April.
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‘CHARLIE’ 2023 AUSTRALIAN TOUR
Friday October 27 – Meanjin/Brisbane, Riverstage
Sunday October 29 – Naarm/Melbourne, Margaret Court Arena
Wednesday November 1 – Eora/Sydney, Aware Super Theatre