Mitch Tambo
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Mitch Tambo Announces Massive 2024 Australian Tour

Australian singer Mitch Tambo is hitting the road again, bringing his Walanbaa Youth Tour to 35 cities across Australia, with more shows expected to be announced soon. The singer wants to inspire and entertain young people, visiting youth hubs and schools along the way. The tour starts this Friday, 29th February, at Cape Schnack, and will conclude at Oyster Bay on Wednesday, 14th August.

Mitch Tambo will be performing in various cities across Australia including Victoria, New South Wales, the ACT, and even Western Australia and others. Mitch Tambo is excited to share his message of cultural empowerment with as many young Aussies as possible. Plus, he’s bringing along special guest Voice Of Lele for some dates to share her inspiring refugee workshops.

Mitch Tambo – ‘Away In A Manger’

Mitch Tambo, an Australian vocalist, lyricist, and advocate for political causes, independently launched his first EP in 2016. His breakthrough came in 2019 when he made it to the finals of the ninth season of Australia’s Got Talent, capturing widespread recognition across the country. Later that year, in November, Tambo secured a contract with Sony Music Australia.

Mitch Tambo’s latest track, “Away In A Manger,” debuted in December, succeeding “Yugal Yulu-gi” from May and the collaborative piece “Great Southern Land” with Reigan in February.

If you want to catch Mitch Tambo in action and be part of this amazing initiative, check out the full list of tour dates below. The tour tickets and venues have not been announced yet. Stay updated with Music Feeds for further announcements and the latest updates on the tour.

Australian Tour Dates


  • Friday, 29th February:  Cape Schanck, VIC


  • Saturday, 2nd March: Balnarring, VIC
  • Tuesday, 5th March: Hoppers Crossing, VIC
  • Tuesday, 12th March: Hoppers Crossing, VIC
  • Tuesday, 19th March: Hoppers Crossing, VIC
  • Wednesday, 20th March: Lorne, VIC
  • Tuesday, 26th March: Hoppers Crossing, VIC


  • Tuesday, 2nd April: Orange, NSW
  • Wednesday, 3rd April: Hillston, NSW
  • Thursday, 4th April: Young, NSW
  • Friday, 5th April: Budgewoi, NSW (morning)
  • Friday, 5th April: Avoca Beach, NSW (afternoon)
  • Monday, 8th April: Leichhardt, NSW
  • Tuesday, 9th April: Castle Hill, NSW (morning)
  • Tuesday, 9th April: Newton, NSW (afternoon)
  • Wednesday, 10th April: Minto, NSW (morning)
  • Wednesday, 10th April: Summer Hill, NSW (afternoon)
  • Thursday, 11th April: Miller, NSW (morning)
  • Thursday, 11th April: Leichhardt, NSW (afternoon)


  • Wednesday, 1st May: Gunnedah, NSW
  • Thursday, 2nd May: Gunnedah, NSW
  • Friday, 3rd May: Blackville, NSW
  • Monday, 6th May: Walcha, NSW
  • Wednesday, 8th May: Bellingen, NSW
  • Thursday, 9th May: Casino, NSW
  • Monday, 13th May: Tarrington, NSW
  • Tuesday, 14th May: Mount Waverley, VIC
  • Wednesday, 15th May: California Gully, VIC
  • Sunday, 16th May: Moe, VIC
  • Monday, 17th May: Welshpool, VIC
  • Wednesday, 20th May: Merbein, VIC
  • Thursday, 21st May: Miners Rest, VIC
  • Friday, 22nd May: Hoppers Crossing, VIC
  • Saturday, 23rd May: Wallan, VIC
  • Sunday, 24th May: Ferntree Gully, VIC
  • Wednesday, 28th May: Rozelle, NSW
  • Thursday, 29th May: Merrylands, NSW


  • Monday, 3rd June: Shortland, NSW
  • Tuesday, 4th June: Toronto, NSW (morning)
  • Tuesday, 4th June: Rathmines, NSW (afternoon)
  • Wednesday, 5th June: Krambach, NSW
  • Wednesday, 11th June: Chipping Norton, NSW
  • Thursday, 12th June: Beaumont Hills, NSW
  • Wednesday, 18th June: Upwey, VIC


  • Sunday, 24th July: Doncaster, VIC
  • Monday, 25th July: Mitcham, VIC
  • Monday, 29th July: Curtin, ACT
  • Tuesday, 30th July: Red Hill, ACT (morning)
  • Tuesday, 30th July: Florey, ACT (afternoon)
  • Wednesday, 31st July: Chisholm, ACT


  • Thursday, 1st August: Moama, NSW
  • Friday, 2nd August: Bendigo, VIC
  • Monday, 5th August: Mirrabooka, WA
  • Wednesday, 14th August: Oyster Bay, NSW

Tickets and venues are yet to be announced, keep an eye on his official website

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