British singer-songwriter Sam Smith has announced a string of Australian shows this November as part of his latest world tour.
Smith will perform arena shows in four capital cities on his first Australian tour in three years.
The singer will perform at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena on November 2 before the Brisbane Entertainment Centre on November 6, Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on November 16 and Perth Arena on November 20.
Tickets for all of the shows are on sale January 22.
On Tuesday night, Sam will perform a one-off concert at the Sydney Opera House.
The Equality Campaign’s Janine Middleton said at the time they were thrilled to have the singer’s support and said Sam had made the donation early so the money could be used during the last few weeks of the postal survey campaign.
“Sam knows all too well about the challenges faced by LGBTI Australians and his generosity towards them will help us achieve fairness and equality for all,” she said.
Australia x So happy and excited to announce a tour in one of my favourite countries! Tickets go on sale on Monday 22nd at 2pm local. See you soon S x pic.twitter.com/GuxD4ZWouU
— Sam Smith (@samsmithworld) January 14, 2018
Sam released his latest album The Thrill Of It All In November. Watch the video for lead single “Too Good At Goodbyes” below: