Armed with her ARIA #1 Cry Forever album, Amy Shark will kick off her Cry Forever national tour with a sold-out show at Newcastle Entertainment Centre tomorrow night, and Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on Saturday with final tickets available now from  One of the first arena tours globally since COVID-19 struck last year, the tour will then move on to Wrest Point Lawns in Tasmania and HOTA on the Gold Coast to play sold-out shows, before taking to Riverstage in Brisbane, Adelaide Entertainment Centre Theatre (sold out) and RAC Arena in Perth on July 3.

Due to the evolving COVID-19 circumstances in Melbourne, Amy Shark’s Rod Laver Arena show on June 18 has been rescheduled to Saturday, September 4 2021.  All tickets purchased for the original date will be honoured for the rescheduled date, without the need for exchange.

“Unfortunately I have to reschedule the Melbourne show of my Cry Forever tour due to the current situation happening with COVID,” explains Amy. “Now is the time to stay safe and take care of each other, our friends and our family. As much as it breaks my heart to do this, the health and safety of my fans and team come first. All I can say is when we do all come together – it is going to be extra special. Thank you for understanding.”

In order to deliver for her fans and do whatever it takes for the Hobart leg of the tour to go ahead and to comply with the current COVID-19 event restrictions in Tasmania, Amy will be required to perform two very special shows on the same date – Saturday, June 19.

The Cry Forever tour will be Amy Shark’s most extraordinary live undertaking yet in some of the largest venues Australia has to offer, delivering a brand new show with A1 production and musicianship that is set to bring her new album to life. Armed with 13 new tracks from her ARIA #1 Cry Forever album and some impressive ARIA wins (including ‘Best Australian Live Act’ which she picked up for her last tour, along with ‘Best Pop Release’ for ‘Everybody Rise’), the Gold Coast local is no stranger to the big stage and sure knows how to put on an impressive show, and with support from exciting newcomers Evie Irie and Teenage Joans – this is a tour not to be missed.

Tickets to the CRY FOREVER tour are on sale now from

Friday 11 June 2021                     Newcastle Entertainment Centre *Sold out
Saturday 12 June 2021                Sydney | Qudos Bank Arena *Final tickets
Saturday 19 June 2021                Hobart | Wrest Point Lawns *Sold out *Split show
Friday 25 June 2021                     Gold Coast | HOTA *Sold out
Saturday 26 June 2021                Brisbane | Riverstage *Selling fast
Thursday 1 July 2021                    Adelaide | AEC Theatre *Sold out
Saturday 3 July 2021                    Perth | RAC Arena *Final tickets
Thursday 4 September 2021      Melbourne | Rod Laver Arena *Rescheduled *Final tickets

Tickets to the national tour are on sale now.
Fans can also take advantage of Ticketek’s world-leading partnership with Afterpay for Amy’s Cry Forever Tour. Available via the Ticketek app or website, Afterpay is the world’s largest buy-now-pay-later service, offering fans greater flexibility to pay for tickets in four equal instalments and secure seats with the first payment.

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