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Shannon Noll Announces 2024 ‘That’s What I’m Talking About’ Anniversary Tour

Shannon Noll has shared the dates of his 2024 Australian tour, in which he will be commemorating the 20th anniversary of his debut album That’s What I’m Talking About. The 15-date national tour will begin on the Sunshine Coast in early April and take Noll and his band across most of the country through to the end of May, where the tour will conclude with a Toowoomba show. The full itinerary for the tour can be found below.

In addition to the tour, a new deluxe version of That’s What I’m Talking About will be released which includes live versions of several tracks and two new songs. One of the new songs will be a duet with Cosima Devito – a fellow first-season Australian Idol finalist alongside Noll and eventual winner Guy Sebastian, who came third in the competition before famously withdrawing due to issues with her vocal cords. The album is also set to be released on vinyl for the first time.

Shannon Noll – ‘Drive’

That’s What I’m Talking About was originally released on February 9th, 2004. Its title stemmed from a phrase that original Australian Idol judge Marcia Hines (who recently returned to the show for its 2024 edition) would say after a contestant gave a performance she was excited by.

The album’s lead single was Noll’s version of Moving Pictures’ ‘What About Me’, which topped the ARIA charts and was later certified four times platinum. It also features the song ‘Drive’, which was written by Bryan Adams and peaked at number four on the ARIA chart.

A pre-sale for the tour will begin on Friday, February 2nd from midday AEDT, before a general sale commences from Tuesday, February 6th. The general sale will also begin at midday AEDT.

Shannon Noll’s That’s What I’m Talking About 20th Anniversary Australian Tour

  • Friday, 5th April Venue 114, Sunshine Coast QLD
  • Saturday, 6th April Princess Theatre, Brisbane QLD
  • Friday, 19th April Costa Hall, Geelong VIC
  • Saturday, 20th April Wendouree Centre, Ballarat VIC
  • Friday, 26th April Canberra Theatre Centre, Canberra ACT
  • Saturday, 27th April Anita’s Theatre, Thirroul NSW
  • Friday, 3th May Thornbury Theatre, Melbourne VIC
  • Saturday, 4th May West Gippsland Arts Centre, Warragul VIC
  • Friday, 17th May NEX, Newcastle NSW
  • Saturday, 18th May Sydney Coliseum Theatre, Rooty Hill NSW
  • Thursday, 23th May Hindley Street Music Hall, Adelaide SA
  • Friday, 24th May Regal Theatre, Perth WA
  • Saturday, 25th May Cummins Theatre, Merredin WA
  • Sunday, 26th May The River, Margaret River WA
  • Friday, 31th May Empire Theatre, Toowoomba QLD

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