The Kid LAROI Plots Australian Stadium Tour For 2024

14 November 2023 | 7:00 am | Ellie Robinson

It comes in support of his enormous debut album, ‘THE FIRST TIME’.


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The Kid LAROI has announced an Australian tour to support his just-released debut album, THE FIRST TIME, taking to stadiums in five cities around the country next February.

Marking the chart-crushing rapper’s biggest tour yet on home soil, the run will kick off at Naarm/Melbourne’s AAMI Park on Friday February 2. He’ll perform at HBF Park in Boorloo/Perth a week later (on Friday February 9), before moving on to Kaurna/Adelaide’s Coopers Stadium the following Tuesday (February 13). From there, LAROI will wrap the trek up with shows in Eora/Sydney (taking over Commbank Stadium on Friday February 16) and Yugambeh/Gold Coast (Cbus Super Stadium on Sunday February 18).

Presale tickets for all shows go on sale this Wednesday (November 15), exclusively for Telstra Plus members, starting at 10am local time for punters in Sydney and Perth. Those in Melbourne and the Gold Coast will then be able to grab theirs starting at 11am, followed by Adelaide at 12:30pm. The general sale will follow next Monday (November 20), going live at the same respective times for each city. Head here for more info on the presale, or bookmark this link for the general sale.

In a press release, LAROI said of his own hype for the upcoming stadium tour: “I’m so excited to be coming back home in February! I felt so much love from the fans on last year’s tour – it’s something I’ll never forget. I can’t wait for you to all see this new show – we’ve taken things to a whole new level. I love you and I’ll see you all really soon.”

THE FIRST TIME arrived last Friday (November 10) via Columbia, nearly two years after it was first announced last January. Claire Dunton gave it a glowing review for, writing that LAROI “feels and sounds like a real, honest talent that you can’t help but back as an Australian”, and “has perfectly executed the ever-popular ‘90s aesthetic”.

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Friday February 2 – Naarm/Melbourne, AAMI Park
Friday February 9 – Boorloo/Perth, HBF Park
Tuesday February 13 – Kaurna/Adelaide, Coopers Stadium
Friday February 16 – Eora/Sydney, Commbank Stadium
Sunday February 18 – Yugambeh/Gold Coast, Cbus Super Stadium