Schitt's Creek Star Noah Reid Announces First-ever Australian Tour

26 April 2023 | 1:43 pm | Mary Varvaris

"I’m really excited to finally be able to share my music with people in Australia."

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Noah Reid, the Canadian actor, and musician who you know best as Patrick Brewer on Schitt’s Creek, is heading down under for his first-ever Australian tour.

The Emmy award-winning star is hitting theatres in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, and Perth at the end of September and early November.

The Everything Is Fine tour is in support of Reid’s third album, Adjustments. While Reid’s musical abilities were showcased during season four of Schitt’s Creek with a performance of The Best by Tina Turner, this is the first time Australian fans can catch the musician live in action.

“Music has always been a space where I get to control my creative output in a way that I don’t in my acting career,” Reid commented in a statement. “Acting is really creative, and there’s definitely artistry to it, but I don’t think that just because you’re an actor, you’re automatically an artist. I’ve worked really hard for years to create these records.”

Reid made his music debut with Songs From A Broken Chair, released in 2016, followed by Gemini in 2020, and last year’s Adjustments

His statement continued, “People might know me more widely as an actor, but music is a space where I’ve loved working for years, and I’m really excited to finally be able to share my music with people in Australia. It feels like a long time coming!”

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Reid’s three albums have collectively garnered over 180 million plays on streaming services, as well as two nominations at the 2022 Canadian Folk Music Awards in the Songwriter Of The Year and New/Emerging Artist Of The Year categories, with the records landing Reid on four Billboard charts.

"I wrote this album during a transitional period where a lot of tectonic shifts were taking place in my life," Reid said about Adjustments, per Belfast Live.

He added, "I was getting married, Schitt’s Creek was coming to an end, the pandemic was beginning—some of the changes were more internal, and others were more at the societal level, but they all involved a shift in my thinking about the world around me."

Tickets to Reid’s debut Australian tour go on sale on Monday, 1 May, at 10 am AEST via MJR Presents.


Australian Tour 2023

Friday 29 September – Enmore, Sydney

Saturday 30 September – Eatons Hill, Brisbane

Monday 2 October – Forum, Melbourne

Tuesday 03 October – Astor, Perth