Peach PRC Announces Australian Headline Tour

2 March 2023 | 10:18 am | Parry Tritsiniotis

She'll be touring in support of her debut EP, 'Manic Dream Pixie' which lands on the 28th of April.

Image via Jess Gleeson

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Shining star Peach PRC has today announced her debut Australian tour. She’ll be performing across Adelaide, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney & Brisbane in support of her debut EP Manic Dream Pixie which lands on the 28th of April.

Bursting onto the limelight via TikTok, Peach PRC has become a beacon of inspiration for fans right across the globe. Her distinct messaging on the platform focussed on portraying real life coming of age struggles, through deeply personal stories and anecdotes. 

Beneath the wholesomeness of her online community was the beginning of a pop star’s career. As Peach’s attention grew on her social media, so did her musicianship. This bubble burst with the release of her now hit, Josh. Following the release of the track, Peach PRC went beyond being a TikTok creator to building an entire world which both inspired and soundtracked the lives of her cult adoring fanbase. Josh would go on to achieve 27 million plus combined streams and reach #35 on the triple J Hottest 100. 

Since then, she’s released a flourish of unadulterated pop bangers including Symptomatic, Heavy, God Is A Freak and most recently, Forever Drunk. The latter of which can be best described as a depression bop, one that’s lyrics contrast its upbeat, main stage worthy instrumentation. 

She now turns to her tour and the release of her mega EP. You can check out the tour dates below.

Presale kicks off at 9am local time Monday the 6th of March. General public tickets are on sale at 9am local time Tuesday the 7th of March.

Peach PRC Manic Dream Pixie Tour Dates

Thursday 27 April 2023 – Hindley Street Music Hall, Adelaide

Friday 28 April 2023 – Northcote Theatre, Melbourne

Thursday 11 May 2023 – Astor Theatre, Perth

Saturday 13 May 2023 – Metro Theatre, Sydney

Friday 19 May 2023 – The Triffid, Brisbane