Sat 09 Apr, 2016 Astor Theatre, Perth - 18+
Tue 12 Apr, 2016 The Gov, Adelaide - 18+
Fri 15 Apr, 2016 The Triffid, Brisbane - 18+
Sat 16 Apr, 2016 Metro Theatre, Sydney - 18+
Tue 19 Apr, 2016 Corner Hotel, Melbourne - 18+
Sat 23 Apr, 2016 Powerstation, Auckland - 18+
Sun 24 Apr, 2016 Isaac Theatre Royal, Christchurch - All Ages

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Ryan Keen

Ryan Keen

After supporting his good pal Ed Sheeran across Europe throughout 2015 at several stadium shows – both singers having earned their chops playing university union bars many years ago – it’s been a huge 12 months for Ryan Keen. Keen is no stranger to the stage, having already performed alongside household names such as Ben Howard, Plan B, Newtown Faulkner and Leona Lewis. He spent the second half of last year playing sold-out headline shows across Europe, from Prague to Paris to Tallinn (Estonia), celebrating and showcasing his impressive debut album – Room For Light.

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JAMIE LAWSON New Zealand shows cancellation

20 Apr 2016

JAMIE LAWSON announces RYAN KEEN as special guest for Australia & New Zealand tour this April

18 Jan 2016

JAMIE LAWSON announces his triumphant return to Australia & New Zealand - touring in April 2016

20 Nov 2015

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7.00pm | Doors Open
8.00pm | Ryan Keen
9.15pm | Jamie Lawson

7.00pm | Doors Open
7.30pm | Ryan Keen
8.45pm | Jamie Lawson

8.00pm | Doors Open
8.30pm | Ryan Keen
9.40pm | Jamie Lawson

8.00pm | Doors Open
8.30pm | Ryan Keen
9.45pm | Jamie Lawson

7.30pm | Doors Open
8.00pm | Ryan Keen
9.15pm | Jamie Lawson

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


Frontier Touring regret to advise that due to unforeseen circumstances Jamie Lawson has regrettably been forced to cancel his upcoming tour of New Zealand – two shows in Auckland and Christchurch.

Currently in Australia and wrapping up shows there this week, Jamie said of the cancellation, “I’m so sorry New Zealand that I can’t perform for you this weekend. I loved my last visit there and was really looking forward to coming back… I hope to see you all sometime in the not too distant future.”

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with special guest RYAN KEEN

He’s played with Taylor Swift and One Direction, appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and was the first signee to Ed Sheeran’s label, Gingerbread Man Records. UK singer/songwriter Jamie Lawson made a huge first impression and gathered thousands of new fans when he first toured this April as Ed’s very special guest on his sold-out arena tour.

Now, off the back of chart-topping single ‘Wasn’t Expecting That’ (watch him perform it live here) and his recently released self-titled album, it’s with great pleasure Frontier Touring announces the triumphant return of Jamie Lawson to Australia and New Zealand in April 2016.

‘His latest album grows more endearing with each listen and the honest, sensitive style he exhibits is a seasoned art form honed and crafted over the years. Like a fine wine, gaining maturity and depth with time.’ – Stereoboard

‘If you like folky-guitar songs that cling to your heartstrings for days, then you will go mad for this’ – Heat Magazine

‘Delivered with authentic charm ★★★’ – Financial Times

★★★The Guardian      

★★★–The Independent

‘If you get that chance to see Lawson live take it. He won’t be in such intimate surrounds for long.’

Having initially played to over 175,000 fans as Sheeran’s guest, Lawson quickly cemented himself as an artist to watch when his runaway hit ‘Wasn’t Expecting That’ conquered airwaves globally. It had previously reached #3 in Ireland, and in April the track rocketed to #3 on the ARIA Singles chart, #2 on iTunes Singles Chart and #1 on iTunes Singer-Songwriter Chart, attaining double platinum single status. Similarly in New Zealand, the track hit #7 on the Top 40 singles chart.

This August, Lawson undertook his first ever headline dates in Australia and NZ – shows quickly selling out, with second dates added in some cities to satisfy demand. 

Featuring ‘Wasn’t Expecting That’ and his latest hit, ‘Ahead Of Myself’, Lawson’s self-titled album was released in October 2015 through Sheeran’s Gingerbread Man Records/Warner Music. Lawson’s fans have again wholeheartedly showed their support with the LP debuting at #4 in the Australia and at #3 in New Zealand. Closer to home, it entered the UK charts at #1 – a fantastic achievement.

Lawson’s description of his music is as humble as we’ve come to expect. “Hopefully it's just a very warm and inviting record that you can step into,” he recently told the BBC. “Folk music, but not in the traditional sense.”

Don’t miss Jamie Lawson when he returns to Australia and New Zealand next April!


Saturday 9 April – Astor Theatre, Perth WA (18+)
Tuesday 12 April – The Gov, Adelaide SA (18+)
Friday 15 April – The Triffid, Brisbane QLD (18+)
Saturday 16 April – Metro Theatre, Sydney NSW (18+)
Tuesday 19 April – Corner Hotel, Melbourne VIC (18+)
Previosuly Forum Theatre
Saturday 23 April – Powerstation, Auckland NZ (18+) CANCELLED
Sunday 24 April – Isaac Theatre Royal, Christchurch NZ (AA) CANCELLED

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