"Health always comes first."
In a Facebook post published on October 12, Tina Arena has announced that due to illness, she has unfortunately had to postpone the rest of her Australian tour dates.
She was slated to perform in Melbourne on October 19 and 20. Attendees are encouraged to hold onto their tickets as “there will be more information soon.”
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“For the very first time, I have to postpone the rest of my Australian shows,” the post states. “Believe me when I say, it was a hard decision. But remember, health always comes first. Therefore, to ensure it won’t happen again… here we are. Please hold on to your tickets, there will be more information soon. I wish you all the very best, and my sincere apologies for any inconveniences.”
Recognised as one of the best-selling artists in Australian history, Tina Arena’s achievements extend far beyond the music charts. Her unwavering support of the arts has earned her a special place in the hearts of her fans and the industry alike. Inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame in 2015, she has amassed an impressive discography, including 12 studio albums, four live albums, and four compilations. In addition, Tina has released 45 singles and 36 music videos, securing two World Music Awards and an ALMA (American Latino Media Arts Award) along the way.
Hailing from a family of Sicilian emigrants, Tina Arena’s success extends to the international stage, with accolades such as winning a BRIT Award and receiving the French National Order of Merit from former president Nicholas Sarkozy. Her contributions to music and her unwavering dedication to her craft make her one of Melbourne and Australia’s finest artists.
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