All the details for Sam Smith’s Australian tour
SAM Smith is returning to Australia in November for another tour following his performance at the Sydney Opera House in January.
With 10 dates across Australia and New Zealand, the For The Thrill Of It All concert series will be Smith’s most extensive tour in the region yet.
So if you want to know when the 26-year-old will be in your city or if you can still buy tickets, we’ve got you covered.
WHEN IS SAM SMITH PERFORMING IN AUSTRALIA?
Smith will kick off his 10-concert tour in New Zealand before heading to Australia.
Auckland: Friday, November 2 and Saturday, November 3, Spark Arena.
Melbourne: Tuesday, November 6 and Wednesday, November 7 at Rod Laver Arena.
Brisbane: Saturday, November 10 and Sunday, November 11 at Brisbane Entertainment Centre.
Sydney: Wednesday, November 14, Friday, November 16 and Saturday, November 17 at Qudos Bank Arena.
Perth: Tuesday, November 20 at RAC Arena.
While Smith’s dates made his For The Thrill Of It All tour his biggest Australian tour yet, the singer has left his South Australian fans furious after snubbing Adelaide.
Smith joins Taylor Swift in skipping the city in favour of more shows in bigger areas like Melbourne and Sydney.
CAN YOU STILL GET TICKETS?
There are still tickets available to most concerts, however, several dates in Sydney and Brisbane have already sold out.
If you’re a fan, run, don’t walk, to Frontier Touring now to grab yours.
WHEN WAS SAM SMITH LAST IN AUSTRALIA?
The Like I Can singer holidayed in Australia ahead of his Sydney Opera House concert on January 16.
Smith rang in the new year on Sydney Harbour with his then-boyfriend Brandon Flynn. Sadly, the couple split in June after nine months together.
Before that, Smith performed at Splendour in the Grass in 2015 and toured Australia afterwards.
However Smith had to cancel a scheduled performance at the Logie Awards after suffering a haemorrhage on his vocal chords.