Dom Dolla Adds Three More Shows To 2024 Australian Tour

20 February 2024 | 10:17 am | Ellie Robinson

The EDM megastar’s biggest-ever tour on home soil just got (almost) TWICE as huge.

Dom Dolla

Dom Dolla (Credit: Shevin Dissanayake)

Exactly a week ago today, Dom Dolla announced his biggest-ever Australian tour, taking on four of the country’s most enormous stages at the tail end of 2024. Now, in response to the insane demand for tickets seen in the presales, he’s added three more shows to the itinerary.

The tour will now kick off on Friday November 29 with an outdoor show at The Domain in Sydney (Eora), with a second show there going down the following night (November 30). Perth (Boorloo) fans will still have just one chance to see Dom – on Saturday December 7 at Wellington Square – but those in Melbourne (Naarm) will now have another chance to catch him at Flemington Racecourse on Friday December 13, in addition to his previously announced gig there the day after (December 14).

Lastly, Dom will follow his pre-Christmas show at the Riverstage in Brisbane (Meanjin) – scheduled for Saturday December 21 – with another show leading into the New Year’s period on Friday December 28. And although he hasn’t announced a second Perth show, we can confirm that organisers will be expanding the area of Wellington Square curtained off for the show, allowing thousands more punters to attend.

All tickets for the new shows will go live at the same time as the general sale for those already announced, at 12pm local time today. Head here to grab yours.

The tour comes as Dom plans to unveil his next big move, following an enormous 2023 that saw him drop the Platinum-certified Rhyme Dust single (a collab with MK) as well as the Gold-certified Eat Your Man (featuring Nelly Furtado) and Saving Up. Rhyme Dust went on to win Best Dance/Electronic Release at the 2023 ARIA Awards.

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In a recent interview with Purple Sneakers, Dom said of his ambitions for 2024: “They say to never waste momentum, and I feel like I've got a good rhythm happening. It’s inspiring, because I'm always trying to beat myself, instead of competing against others. And I think moving forward, that competition against myself is going to be [figuring out] how to get a bit more creative, and how to make people go, ‘Can you get away with that? Can you put out a song like that?’

“It's interesting, I feel like dance music can very easily fall into the trap of being cookie-cutter, you know, and just serving a function; ‘If it works on the dancefloor and everyone's dancing to it, it’s a good song.’ I don’t think like that. I'm like, ‘What’s the hook? What are people going to remember in 20 years time? How do I make this an iconic record? How do I make it really translate, so I have people humming it when they get home from a big night out?’ I’m just always trying to beat the version of Dom from six months ago.”



Friday November 29 – Eora/Sydney, The Domain (NEW SHOW)
Saturday November 30 – Eora/Sydney, The Domain
Saturday December 7 – Boorloo/Perth, Wellington Square
Friday December 13 – Naarm/Melbourne, Flemington Racecourse (NEW SHOW)
Saturday December 14 – Naarm/Melbourne, Flemington Racecourse
Friday December 20 – Meanjin/Brisbane, Riverstage
Saturday December 21 – Meanjin/Brisbane, Riverstage (NEW SHOW)