ARIA award winner and alt-pop singer songwriter Amy Shark will head to Geelong as part of her national tour.
Shark announced a 42-date See U Somewhere regional tour from May to August, which will include a stop at Costa Hall.
She will play at the iconic venue at Deakin University’s Waterfront campus on Saturday, July 23, where she will be supported by singer-songwriter Yorke.
Shark said she was excited to be bringing her critically-acclaimed Cry Forever and Love Monster albums to regional fans across the country.
“I’m the happiest when I’m on stage performing and I can’t wait to travel further into Australia where I’ve never been before, to explore some of these towns and meet everyone, it’s going to be a fun one,” she said.
“I don’t know when I’ll get the chance to do a huge Australian run like this again so if I’m coming to your town, you are mine that night. No excuses.”
After bursting on to the global music scene in 2016, Shark’s APRA award winning song and number one Australian airplay chart hit, I Said Hi, made her one of the most well-known Australian artists.
Shark’s debut album Love Monster was recognised in 2018 with four ARIA awards, including album of the year and female artist of the year, and went on to become the highest selling album by an Australian artist for 2018.
Her latest album, Cry Forever, was released in 2021 and nominated for three ARIA awards, including album of the year.