Chet Faker returns to Australia with exclusive east coast tour

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Chet Faker returns to Australia with exclusive east coast tour


Genre-bending artist Chet Faker is back with a bang, announcing his highly-anticipated headline tour this October

Australia’s own musical prodigy, Chet Faker, is all set to make a triumphant return to the land down under this October. Presented by MG Live and Frontier Touring, this exceptional tour – his first in eight years – will see Chet Faker headline electrifying shows in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane.

Prepare yourself for one hell of a night as Chet Faker brings his groundbreaking talents to the stage, showcasing his unique fusion of genres and wowing the crowd. With over a billion streams to his name and an impressive collection of ARIA Awards, Chet Faker’s live performances are a force to be reckoned with.

The Dates:

  • Sydney’s Enmore Theatre on Tuesday, 10th October
  • Melbourne’s Palais Theatre on Thursday, 12th October
  • Brisbane’s Fortitude Music Hall on Saturday, 14th October

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Chet Faker’s rise to fame began in 2011 with a mesmerizing cover of Blackstreet’s “No Diggity.” His journey took flight with a groundbreaking EP alongside Flume in 2013, followed by his platinum-selling debut studio album, Built On Glass, in 2014. This stellar record, debuting at No.1 on the ARIA Chart, catapulted Chet Faker into the global music scene.

With a number one spot on triple j’s hottest 100 for “Talk Is Cheap,” Chet Faker’s exceptional live performances resonated with audiences worldwide, leaving a trail of devoted fans in his wake.

In 2020, the anticipation soared as Chet Faker released “Low,” and then he graced us with his latest album, Hotel Surrender, in 2021. Rolling Stone defined the album as a “welcome return,” showcasing the ethereal qualities that captivated fans globally. His latest single, “Something Like This,” is just a taste of more to come.

Having embarked on a successful tour spanning multiple continents in support of his album, Hotel Surrender, the prodigious artist is all set to mesmerise Melbourne once again.

Tickets go on sale August 7 for Frontier Members and August 8 for everyone else. Grab them by heading here.