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Macklemore Adds Second Sydney Show to 2024 Australian Tour

The ‘Thrift Shop’ guy Macklemore is playing a bunch of arena shows around Australia and New Zealand in May 2024. Pre-sale demand was sufficient to lead to the addition of a second Sydney show. That’ll be happening on Sunday, 12th May at the Hordern Pavilion – the night following Macklemore’s existing show at the same venue.

The 2024 tour comes in the wake of Macklemore’s second official solo LP, BEN, released in March. There’ll be shows in Wellington, Auckland, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, plus the two Sydney shows. Details below.

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In recent weeks, Macklemore has been advocating for a ceasefire in Gaza. He attended a pro-Palestine rally in Washington D.C. over the first weekend of November, where he was invited to make a speech. “There are thousands of people here that are more qualified to speak on the issue of a free Palestine than myself,” Macklemore said.

“They told me to be quiet. They told me to do my research, to go back, that it’s too complex to say something, right? To be silent in this moment. In the last three weeks, I’ve gone back and I’ve done some research. And I am teachable. I don’t know enough. But I know enough that this is a genocide.”

Macklemore 2024 Australia/NZ Tour

  • Wednesday, 8th May ​– TSB Arena, Wellington NZ ​(Lic. All Ages)
  • Thursday, 9th May – ​Spark Arena, Auckland NZ (Lic. All Ages)
  • Saturday, 11th May – ​Hordern Pavilion, Sydney NSW ​(Lic. All Ages)
  • Sunday, 12th May – ​Hordern Pavilion, Sydney NSW ​(Lic. All Ages) – New show
  • Wednesday, 15th May – ​John Cain Arena, Melbourne VIC ​​(Lic. All Ages)
  • Friday, 17th May ​– Riverstage, Brisbane QLD (Lic. All Ages)
  • Monday, 20th May – ​HBF Park, Perth WA (​All Ages)

Tickets via Frontier Touring

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