Stella Donnelly is taking her critically acclaimed, superb sophomore album Flood on the road, performing a national run of shows early next year.
The Flood tour will kick off in Melbourne on Friday, February 24 and take to Castlemaine, Torquay, Hobart, Canberra, Cairns, Brunswick Heads, Brisbane, Newcastle, Sydney, Wollongong, Adelaide and Perth, before finishing in Margaret River on Saturday, April 1.
Stella Donnelly – Flood Australian Tour
Friday 24 February 2023 – Northcote Theatre, Melbourne | TICKETS
Saturday 25 February 2023 – Theatre Royal, Castlemaine | TICKETS
Sunday 26 February 2023 – Torquay Hotel, Torquay | TICKETS
Thursday 2 March 2023 – Alter, Hobart | TICKETS
Friday 3 March 2023 – Uc Hub, Canberra | TICKETS
Saturday 4 March 2023 – Tanks Arts Centre, Cairns | TICKETS
Thursday 9 March 2023 – Brunswick Picture House, Brunswick Heads | TICKETS
Friday 10 March 2023 – The Triffid, Brisbane | TICKETS
Wednesday 15 March 2023 – Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle | TICKETS
Friday 17 March 2023 – Factory Theatre, Sydney | TICKETS
Saturday 18 March 2023 – Uow Unibar, Wollongong TICKETS
Thursday 30 March 2023 – The Gov, Adelaide | TICKETS
Friday 31 March 2023 – Astor Theatre, Perth | TICKETS
Saturday 1 April 2023 – The River, Margaret River | TICKETS
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The award-winning Australian artist is fresh off the back of a global world tour including shows supporting Mitski, festival performances at Primavera, Splendour In The Grass and sold-out shows across the UK, Europe & North America. She eagerly returns home to perform her new album for Australian fans in 2023.
Following a slew of singles (‘Proof’ with Methyl Ethel, ‘Lungs’ & ‘Flood’), Donnelly released her highly anticipated and critically acclaimed sophomore record Flood in August 2022. Flood is Donnelly’s record of this rediscovery: the product of months of risky experimentation, hard moments of introspection, and a lot of moving around. Flood affirms Donnelly as one of Australia’s most outstanding young songwriters.
The album was written in a multitude of unique locations around Australia, from her home in Fremantle to the rainforests of Bellingen, Williams, Guilderton, Margaret River and Melbourne. With new locations came new approaches; Donnelly strayed from writing on an electric guitar, as she had in the past, and instead moved to the piano, imbuing her new work with fluidity, introspection and vulnerability that underpins the album.
Tickets on sale Friday, November 4.