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Allen Stone Announces Extensive 2023/2024 Australia and New Zealand Tour

Soul and R&B singer Allen Stone has announced his return to Australia later this year, with a big run of tour dates scheduled across the end of 2023 and the start of 2024. Stone will kick off the ‘Off The Beaten Path’ tour on Wednesday, 6th December at Bar On The Hill in Newcastle, followed by dates in regional NSW, ACT and Victoria.

Stone will then duck across the Tasman for a few shows in New Zealand, before returning to Australia in January for dates in Byron Bay and the Gold Coast. See the full list of dates below – tickets will be on sale this week through Live Nation.

Allen Stone: ‘Magic’

A frequent visitor to our shores, the Washington-based artist last toured here in 2022 with Harvest Rock Festival.

Stone’s last full-length release was APART in 2021, and he’s since released a bunch of singles including ‘5 Minutes’, ‘Magic’, ‘Many Rivers To Cross’ (with EJ Worland), and ‘Look At Me’ (with Cory Wong).

Stone is currently ensconced in the studio working on new music to release in 2024. Expect to hear a bunch of those tracks on the upcoming tour.

Allen Stone 2023/2024 Australian Tour Dates

  • Wednesday, 6th December – Bar On The Hill, Newcastle, NSW
  • Thursday, 7th December – Anita’s Theatre, Thirroul, NSW
  • Friday, 8th December – UC Hub, Canberra, ACT
  • Saturday, 9th December – Theatre Royal, Castlemaine, VIC
  • Sunday, 10th December – Torquay Hotel, Torquay, VIC
  • Wednesday, 13th December – Clarence St Theatre, Hamilton, NZ
  • Thursday, 14th December – Totara St, Tauranga, NZ
  • Friday, 15th December – Sir Howard Morrison Centre, Te Haumako, Rotorua, NZ
  • Saturday, 16th December – Festival Of Lights, New Plymouth, NZ
  • Wednesday, 3rd January – The Northern Hotel, Byron Bay, NSW
  • Thursday, 4th January – Miami Marketta, Gold Coast, Qld

Tickets on sale Friday, 27th October via Live Nation.

Further Reading

Four Things That Inspired ‘5 Minutes’ By Allen Stone

A Guide to Every International Tour Coming to Australia in 2023/24

Hiatus Kaiyote to Perform with the Dreamboat Orchestra at Melbourne’s Hamer Hall

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