Ready to rock? Upcoming concerts to book right now.

by Afterpay
Mar 17, 2023      5 min read

Let’s be real: who doesn’t love the energy of a live performance? From feeling the bass in your chest and singing and dancing along with your favourite artist, to feeling the good vibes of the crowd around you, it’s an experience like no other. 

Whether you’re into catchy pop anthems that get you grooving or indie-rock stylings that hit right in the feels, there’s loads of exciting upcoming concerts for every music lover to look forward to. 

So grab your dancing shoes and get ready to feel the magic because we’re here to give you the inside scoop on the hottest upcoming concerts you don’t want to miss! 

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Step back to a simpler time when all we cared about was friends, neon-pink hair extensions and blasting punk rock tunes. Blink-182 is going on their biggest worldwide tour ever, and the nostalgia factor is off the charts. They’ll be swinging by Aus in Feb 2024. So what are you waiting for? Dust off that studded belt and pick up some tickets today!

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Delta Goodrem’s Innocent Eyes 20th Anniversary Tour

Alright, let’s talk about our golden girl, Delta Goodrem. First of all, she’s an Aussie legend. Second, how has it been 20 years since the release of Innocent Eyes? Topping the Australian charts for 29 weeks, that album was our entire childhood. If you haven’t seen her live yet, make sure to grab yourself tickets to this anniversary tour. Trust us – this incredibly talented woman knows how to put on a show.

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Robbie Williams

The ultimate showman, Robbie Williams, is coming to town! Grab your mates, get your tickets and prepare for the performance that has it all: the voice, the moves and that signature charisma. According to the man himself, “Australia is one of my favourite places in the world to tour.” Aw, Robbie. We heart you too! November can’t come soon enough. 

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Meg Mac ‘Matter of Time’ Tour

The queen of putting our deepest feelings into words and giving them a voice, Meg Mac is an absolute musical powerhouse. Her deeply personal third album has been praised for its clarity and ambition. You won’t want to miss this tour, where she brings her mature, purposeful and visionary songs to life on stage. We’ve already got goosebumps.

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Pete Murray

Australia’s favourite Byron Bay singer-songwriter, Pete Murray, is making his way around Aus – and this 32-date tour’s not one to miss! Not afraid to take risks, Pete’s always exploring different sounds and techniques, so you’re sure of a show that’s fresh and exciting. But don’t worry, he’ll be playing some golden throwbacks too. 

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If there’s one thing we know about P!NK, it’s that her performances are always fabulously extra – with jaw-droppingly acrobatics, badass dance moves and phenomenal vocals assured. Her concerts are a spectacle like no other, with incredible pyrotechnics and lighting effects that’ll leave you breathless. Pick up tickets to her massive 2024 tour and get the party started!

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All Time Low

We all had an angsty teenage pop punk era, right? Iconic quartet All Time Low is touring Melbourne, Sydney and Radelaide in November 2023, offering the chance to soak up a serious dose of high school nostalgia. The multi-platform Maryland band are promising a pop punk extravaganza takeover you’ll never forget. Dear Maria, count us in. 

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The Brian Jonestown Massacre

The Brian Jonestown Massacre is a super cool psychedelic rock band hitting up Sydney, Melbs and Adelaide in November 2023. Known for their inspired experimentations and astonishing volume of recorded output, they’ll be playing a spellbinding mix of old faves as well as exciting new material. Fun fact: their song ‘Anemone’ is the late Anthony Bourdain’s favourite song. The more you know.

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DMA’s is a critically acclaimed pop-rock Aussie trio with a pretty decent following to say the least. Their music gives Triple J energy – you’ve probably heard their iconic Like A Version of Cher’s ‘Believe’. DMA’s is known for putting on faultless shows for adoring crowds, so expect giant, euphoric singalongs at their upcoming concerts around the country. Book now to avoid major FOMO! 

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