Date Venue Status
Fri 07 Oct, 2016 The Workers Club Geelong, Geelong - 18+
Sat 08 Oct, 2016 Corner Hotel, Melbourne - 18+
Thu 13 Oct, 2016 The Street Theatre, Canberra - All Ages
Fri 14 Oct, 2016 UOW UniBar, Wollongong - 18+
Sat 15 Oct, 2016 The Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle - 18+
Thu 20 Oct, 2016 Miami Marketta, Gold Coast - 18+
Fri 21 Oct, 2016 Solbar, Maroochydore - 18+
Sat 22 Oct, 2016 The Triffid, Brisbane - 18+
Thu 27 Oct, 2016 Adelaide University, Adelaide - 18+
Fri 28 Oct, 2016 Fly By Night, Perth - 18+
Sat 29 Oct, 2016 Amplifier, Perth - 18+
Sun 30 Oct, 2016 Prince of Wales Hotel, Bunbury - 18+ [CANCELLED]
Fri 04 Nov, 2016 Metro Theatre, Sydney - 18+
Fri 18 Nov, 2016 Corner Hotel, Melbourne - 18+

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(Mark Zito) arrived on the scene in 2014 with the release of his debut self-titled EP. Since then he has released two stunning singles with ‘Reactor’ and ‘Alchemy’ and featured on Set Mo’s track ‘Comfort’



Emma will be joined by a host of local openers including this year’s Triple J Unearthed High winner Gretta Ray whose song ‘Drive’ earned her the top gong. Ray will open Geelong and the first Melbourne show. Mezko will open in Canberra, Wollongong, Newcastle and Sydney; Lastlings in Gold Coast, Maroochydore and Brisbane; Auguste in Adelaide; Angus Dawson at the Fremantle, Perth and Bunbury shows and Nyck will open the second Melbourne show and final on the tour. 

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8:00pm | Doors Open
8:30pm | Gretta Ray
9:20pm | Fractures
10:30pm | Emma Louise

8:00pm | Doors Open
8:30pm | nyck
9:20pm | Fractures
10:30pm | Emma Louise

8:00pm | Doors Open
8:30pm | Gretta Ray
9:20pm | Fractures
10:30pm | Emma Louise

7:00pm | Doors Open
7:30pm | Mezko
8:50pm | Fractures
10:00pm | Emma Louise

7:30pm | Doors Open
8:00pm | Mezko
8:50pm | Fractures
10:00pm | Emma Louise

8:30pm | Doors Open
9:00pm | Mezko
9:50pm | Fractures
10:50pm | Emma Louise

6:00pm | Doors Open
6:30pm | Lastlings
7:20pm | Fractures
8:30pm | Emma Louise

8:00pm | Doors Open
8:30pm | Lastlings
9:20pm | Fractures
10:30pm | Emma Louise

8:00pm | Doors Open
8:30pm | Lastlings
9:20pm | Fractures
10:30pm | Emma Louise

8:00pm | Doors Open
8:20pm | Augste
9:10pm | Fractures
10:10pm | Emma Louise

8:00pm | Doors Open
8:30pm | Angus Dawson
9:20pm | Litl
10:30pm | Emma Louise

7:00pm | Doors Open
7:30pm | Mezko
8:20pm | Fractures
9:30pm | Emma Louise

* Please note stage times are a guide only and subject to change without notice


Frontier Touring are delighted to confirm that singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Emma Louise will be embarking on a massive headline tour throughout October and November, touring in celebration of her forthcoming sophomore album Supercry (out 15 July 2016 via Liberation Music, pre-order here).

‘Emma Louise doesn’t go lightly…. a muted, creamy texture and copious alluring detail.’ – Stack (Album of the Month)

A true artist in every sense of the word, Emma’s music is closely entwined with her being. From songwriting, to painting her own cover art, to designing her own costumes and driving concepts for her videos, Emma has a hand in everything to do with her art.

Supercry is the follow up to Emma’s critically acclaimed debut vs Head vs Heart, and was recorded in a castle in Provence, France with renowned producer Pascal Gabriel (Goldfrapp, Ladyhawke). Ahead of its release on Friday, triple j will be featuring Supercry as their feature album all this week.

Anticipation for the album is at fever pitch, with all three singles released thus far - ‘Underflow’, ‘Talk Baby Talk’, and ‘West End Kids’ – already commanding community radio airwaves and picking up high rotation adds on triple j. ‘Underflow’ alone has been streamed over 1.5 million times worldwide on Spotify, while ‘Talk Baby Talk’ has also notched a whopping 1.2 million streams.

‘…a delicate, silky piece of ambient pop that soars as it goes along... There’s a very solid structuring to the track, and it’s as crisp throughout as it is gentle—a rare feat indeed.’ - Hilly Dilly

‘The infectious melody and Louise’s poignant honeyed vocals are brought to life against a backdrop of desperation.’ - Speaker TV

‘Dark and smoky, a palpable atmosphere built up throughout and giving way to a wonderfully layered climax with the deliberate backbeat, the rousing production...’ - Howl & Echoes

To celebrate Supercry’s release, filmed a series of live performances at Brisbane’s The Old Museum, a former retreat for Emma. Watch the first installment ‘West End Kids’ here.

No stranger to the live stage, Emma joined Sam Smith as special guest on his run of sold-out arena shows last summer, picking up a bevy of new fans along the way. Emma also featured the festival circuit this year, touring the country on the Groovin The Moo line up and will appear at Splendour In The Grass later this month before embarking on her own headline tour.

Supercry is set to see Emma bound for greatness; don’t miss the album release celebrations as she tours the country this spring. 

Tour Dates

Friday 7 October – The Workers Club, Geelong VIC (18+)
Saturday 8 October – Corner Hotel, Melbourne VIC (18+)
Thursday 13 October – Street Theatre, Canberra ACT (All Ages)
Friday 14 October – Uni Bar, Wollongong NSW (18+)
Saturday 15 October – Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle NSW (18+)
Thursday 20 October – Miami Marketta, Gold Coast QLD (18+)
Friday 21 October – Solbar, Maroochydore QLD (18+)
Saturday 22 October – The Triffid, Brisbane QLD (18+)
Thursday 27 October – Adelaide Uni, Adelaide SA (18+)
Friday 28 October – Fly By Night, Fremantle WA (18+)
Saturday 29 October – Amplifier, Perth WA (18+)
Sun 30 Oct – Prince of Wales, Bunbury CANCELLED
Friday 4 November – Metro Theatre, Sydney NSW (All Ages)
Friday 18 November – Cornet Hotel, Melbourne VIC (18+)

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