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Sam Smith Announces 2023 Australian Tour

11 January 2023 | 6:00 am | Dan Cribb

A four-date arena run this October and November.

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Currently in the country for a one-off show in SA, global superstar Sam Smith has just announced a massive Australian tour.

The Grammy Award-winning singer will return to the country in October to celebrate their highly anticipated forthcoming album Gloria, which will drop on January 27 via Universal Music.

Smith’s Aussie tour, which will be their first since 2018, will kick off at Adelaide Entertainment Centre on October 28, before the I'm Not The Only One singer performs at Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne on October 31, Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney on November 3 and Brisbane Entertainment Centre on November 8.

“I’m so excited to be launching Gloria the tour Australia and New Zealand dates for October and November 2023 from Adelaide, South Australia today!” Smith said.

“Both countries hold such a special place in my heart and we’re working hard on delivering an incredible show for you all!  I can’t wait for you to see it and be with you all again soon xx.”

Frontier Members will have access to pre-sale tickets next Monday, January 16, ahead of general public on sale next Wednesday, January 18.

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For tickets and more info, head to the Frontier Touring website.

Smith performed an exclusive concert floating above the vines at the iconic d’Arenberg Cube winery in McLaren Vale last night.

The 300-capacity show was held in partnership with the South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC), with Smith highlighting essential tourism experiences in the state, focusing on food and drink, wildlife, and Aboriginal cultural tourism.

Over the past few days, they have been exploring the country, evening surprising one NSW butcher with a picture and a cuddle.

While Smith has been in Australia, their Kim Petras collab, Unholy (taken from the singer’s upcoming fourth album) has soared back to #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart.