Tom Grennan announces 2024 Melbourne and Sydney headline shows

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Tom Grennan announces 2024 Melbourne and Sydney headline shows

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Tom Grennan is bringing his chart-topping energy to Sydney and Melbourne in May 2024.

Platinum-selling, multi-Brit Award nominee Tom Grennan is set to grace Australian shores this May. The UK sensation, known for his extraordinary live performances, will set stages on fire at Sydney’s Metro Theatre and Melbourne’s 170 Russell.

Tom Grennan Australian Headline Dates 2024

  • Wed 29 May 2024 – Metro Theatre, Sydney
  • Thu 30 May 2024 – 170 Russell, Melbourne

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Grennan, who rose to fame with the Chase and Status track “All Goes Wrong” and subsequently released his debut album “Lighting Matches,” is no stranger to chart-topping success. The album, produced by Grammy award winners Dan Grech-Marguerat and Fraser T. Smith, featured hits like “Sober” and “Barbed Wire,” hitting #5 on the UK Albums Chart in 2018.

His critically acclaimed UK #1 and BRIT-certified GOLD album “Evering Road” brought platinum-selling anthems like “Little Bit Of Love” and “By Your Side.” Grennan’s success continued with two nominations at the 2022 BRIT Awards and a string of hits in 2022, including “Remind Me,” “Not Over Yet” with KSI, and “Lionheart (Fearless)” with Joel Corry.

The release of “What Ifs & Maybes” in June 2023 marked another triumph for Grennan, claiming the #1 spot on the UK Albums Chart. The album seamlessly blends funk, rock, pop, soul, and gospel, delivering Grennan’s most vibrant songs to date. His headline arena shows in the UK, including London’s iconic O2 arena, and performances across Europe garnered immense success, with over 180,000 tickets sold.

Now, Tom Grennan is ready to captivate audiences in Sydney and Melbourne with two unforgettable nights.

Presale begins from 9am local time on Thursday 8 February, and tickets to the general public go on sale from 9am local time Friday 9 February.