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Grime Legend Stormzy Heads To Australia

by Tim Cashmere on November 29, 2019

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Grime Superstar Stormzy is making a huge return to Australia in May 2020.

Stormzy’s second album Heavy Is The Head will see the light of day on December 13. He’s set the bar high with his debut Gang Signs and Prayer and his EP Dreamer’s Disease.

His 2017 tour saw him tear apart the stage at Splendour in the Grass, as well as doing unforgettable shows in intimate Sydney and Melbourne venues.

In a few short years, Stormzy has had a number one album, headlined Glastonbury, donned the cover of Time Magazine and been nominated for a Mercury Music Prize to name just a few things.

Stormzy Australian Tour Dates, May 2020

MAY
6 – HBF Stadium, Perth
9 – Hordern Pavillion, Sydney
13 – AEC Theatre, Adelaide
14 – Melbourne Arena, Melbourne
16 – Riverstage, Brisbane

Ticketing details can be found by clicking here.

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