Teddy Swims Announces Massive 'I've Tried Everything But Therapy' Australian Tour

4 March 2024 | 8:51 am | Mary Varvaris

Teddy Swims will perform in his largest venues down under to date – after selling out two previous Australian tours.

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Less than a year after touring Australia and playing in sold-out theatre venues nationwide, Atlanta, Georgia, artist Teddy Swims has announced a July 2024 Australian tour.

Touring in support of his debut album, I’ve Tried Everything But Therapy (Part 1), released last year after dropping four EPs, the singer will perform in his largest venues down under to date – after selling out two previous Australian tours.

Swims’ upcoming, highly anticipated tour begins with three dates in New Zealand – Christchurch, Auckland and Wellington, before heading to Australia, where Swims will perform at Brisbane’s Fortitude Music Hall (Tuesday, 9 July), Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion (Friday, 12 July), Melbourne’s Margaret Court Arena (Saturday, 13 July), Adelaide’s Hindley Street Music Hall (Wednesday, 17 July), and wraps up at Perth’s Riverside Theatre (Friday, 19 July). Swims will be performing with his band Freak Freely.

Teddy Swims has become a very popular artist in Australia, with his 2023 single Lose Control now certified Platinum after gaining over 20 million Australian streams and reaching #7 on the ARIA Singles Chart.

Lose Control is also Platinum in New Zealand, dominating the country’s airplay charts for seven weeks and landing at #4 on the NZ airplay charts.

Tickets to the I’ve Tried Everything But Therapy Tour go on sale this Friday, 8 March, at 1 pm local time, but if you’re after pre-sale tickets, you can access them on Thursday, 7 March, at noon local time via the Frontier Touring website.

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On connecting with audiences with his debut album, Swims commented in a press release, “Now I’m watching people connect with the messages and stories and realising not only are the songs helping me, but they’re also helping them too. It feels like all that work on the back end, all that internalising, is finally making a difference.”




Thursday 4 July - Christchurch Town Hall | Christchurch, NZ (Lic. All Ages)

Saturday 6 July - Spark Arena | Auckland, NZ (Lic. All Ages)

Sunday 7 July - Michael Fowler Centre | Wellington, NZ (Lic. All Ages)

Tuesday 9 July - Fortitude Music Hall | Brisbane, QLD (18+)

Friday 12 July - Hordern Pavilion | Sydney, NSW (All Ages)

Saturday 13 July - Margaret Court Arena | Melbourne, VIC (All Ages)

Wednesday 17 July - Hindley Street Music Hall | Adelaide, SA (18+)

Friday 19 July - Riverside Theatre | Perth, WA (All Ages)