With his shows in Sydney and Brisbane already selling out, Teddy Swims’ debut headline Australia and New Zealand tour is fast approaching.
Known for blending genres including R&B, soul, country and pop, Teddy Swims is one of the hottest rising names in American music. Touring Australia and New Zealand with his electric live band, Freak Freely, he’ll be appearing in Melbourne for a show at The Forum on September 13, with support from rising Western Sydney star, Cap Carter.
What you need to know
- US sensation Teddy Swims’ debut Australian tour is selling fast
- Joining him on the tour is Sydney-born artist, Cap Carter
- They’ll be appearing at The Forum in Melbourne on September 13
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Currently experiencing a pivotal moment in his career, Teddy Swims just wrapped up a mammoth three-month tour across the UK, Europe and USA and has amassed nearly 500 million streams to date. His recent viral cover of Journey’s ‘Don’t Stop Believin’’ received 19+ million views on TikTok and 25+ million views on Instagram, resulting in 600k+ new followers on TikTok and 350k+ on Instagram in a mere 10 days.
Just released also is his new collaboration with American singer-songwriter Meghan Trainor, ‘Bad For Me’, which the pair just performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
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A viral online sensation in his own right, Carter’s latest single drops after an undeniably enthusiastic response to a track snipped unveiled on TikTok back in March. Three months later, that snippet has now been unleashed as a fully fleshed out heartbreaker. Now signed to Island Records in Australia, ‘Reasons’ is Carter’s first new music since the release of his debut EP Notes in late 2021, which featured singles ‘Guns’, ‘Relapse’ and ‘Gold’.
Teddy and Cap are two powerhouse vocalists who tug at the heartstrings of millions worldwide. With final tickets available now, get in fast or you’ll miss an unforgettable live show.
Tickets are on sale now, get them before they sell out in Melbourne too by heading here.