After having to postpone her tour earlier this year due to international travel restrictions, Ladyhawke’s rescheduled 'Time Flies Tour' is coming to Melbourne in November.
The singer-songwriter from New Zealand will be appearing at the Corner Hotel on November 13 for her Time Flies Tour that will see Ladyhawke returning to the international stage for the first time in five years. She’ll also be playing at Summer Camp Festival at Burnley Circus Park in November and at Daylesford’s ChillOut Festival in March.
What you need to know
- Ladyhawke is coming to Australia in November as part of her rescheduled Time Flies Tour
- She will be joined by South Sudanese Australian rapper Queen P in Melbourne
- The concert will take place at The Corner Hotel on November 13
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The tour comes in support of her most recent album, Time Flies, which was released in November 2021 and features the singles ‘Mixed Emotions’, ‘Guilty Love’ and ‘My Love’. An emotionally vulnerable and raw piece of work, the album was started during the Covid-19 pandemic and saw her having video sessions with producers Tommy English and Josh Fountain.
Joining her on her Melbourne leg of the tour is Queen P, a South Sudanese Australian rapper who blends hip hop, pop, RnB and electronic music. She’s appeared at festivals such as Groovin the Moo, Strawberry Fields, St Kilda Festival Main Stage and Big Sound.
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“It’s been five years since I‘ve been able to tour internationally – five years of pent-up energy that I am so excited to bring to the stage in Australia in November!,” says Ladyhawke. “Super stoked to have Queen P, Molly Millington and Greatest Hits join me on this fun run. A massive thank you to Frontier Touring for all their hard work and dedication in re-scheduling and pulling these shows together. And to the patient and dedicated fans who have been holding on to their tickets – I see you and cannot wait to sing with you in November.”
All tickets for the original performances are still valid for the rescheduled dates. Increased capacity means that there’s still some space though, so grab them before they run out by heading here.