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Chris Stapleton Announces More Shows For 2025 Debut Australian Tour

American singer-songwriter Chris Stapleton is extending his first-ever tour of Australia due to high ticket demand. The tour is named “Chris Stapleton’s All-American Roadshow Goes Down Under,” which will take place in February and March 2025.

The Grammy-nominated blues rocker Marcus King will join Stapleton as a special guest throughout the tour.

Chris Stapleton’s tour will start on February 25th at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena. new shows include Brisbane’s Entertainment Centre on February 28th and Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on March 4th.

Chris Stapleton – ‘Starting Over’

Chris Stapleton is known for hits like “Tennessee Whiskey,” recently released his album “Higher” in November. The album is produced by Stapleton himself along with Dave Cobb and Morgane Stapleton, showcasing his versatile voice and musical range.

Aside from his solo work, Chris Stapleton has collaborated with top artists like Justin Timberlake, Adele, and Taylor Swift. He’s also been featured on projects with Snoop Dogg and Metallica.

Pre-sale tickets are available for Vodafone members on April 9th, Mastercard cardholders on the same day, and Live Nation members on April 11th. General sales begin on April 12th.

General public tickets for all shows will be available starting Friday, April 12 at 11 am (local time). For more information, visit or

Chris Stapleton Australian Tour 2025

  • Tuesday, 25th February – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
  • Wednesday, 26th February – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne – New Show
  • Friday, 28th February – Entertainment Centre, Brisbane
  • Saturday, 1st March – Entertainment Centre, Brisbane – New Show
  • Tuesday, 4th March – Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney
  • Wednesday, 5th March – Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney – New Show
  • Friday, 7th March – Spark Arena, Auckland
  • Saturday, 8th March – Spark Arena, Auckland – New Show

Tickets via Live Nation Australia

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