The up-and-coming artist will be playing a few more dates when she's in town for Splendour in the Grass.
070 Shake is in the process of building her legacy. While her name might not be universally known just yet, she’s well on the way there: she’s Madonna’s favourite artist and that’s a pretty strong start.
Now, the 25-year-old singer, songwriter and rapper has announced a handful of sideshow dates surrounding her already-announced Splendour in the Grass performance this July. She’ll be swinging by Melbourne’s Northcote Theatre before heading off to Syndey and Auckland.
070 Shake Australia and New Zealand Tour 2023
- July 22 – Northcote Theatre, Melbourne
- July 23 – Metro Theatre, Sydney
- July 24 – Power Station, Auckland
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In 2018, the New Jersey native made a splash with her debut album, Glitter, released on Kanye West’s record label GOOD Music. Fans may recognise her soft, earthy voice from the ultra-catchy outro of Ye and Kid Cudi’s track, Ghost Town.
Since then, she’s been rising up the ranks with viral hits such as Honey and Guilty Conscience, which was remixed by Australia’s own Tame Impala.
070 Shake has become known as a hot commodity in the American music scene, collaborating with the likes of Beyonce, Fred Again, Pusha T, Christine and the Queens and Nas and touring with international giants including Coldplay and Kid Cudi. The artist has also just revealed that she’s in a relationship with actor Lily-Rose Depp.
When she comes to town this winter, she’ll be touring on the back of her 2022 EP, Escapism. Fans should expect a raw and energetic live show bringing together intimate songwriting with razor-sharp performance.
While it might be the first time Australia sees 070 Shake as a headliner, it likely won’t be the last.
General admission tickets for 070 Shake go on sale on May 19 at 10am AEST, with a presale for Frontier members running on May 17.
To grab your tickets to the Melbourne show on July 22, head here.