|Fri 24 Apr, 2015||Perth Arena, Perth - All Ages|
|Mon 27 Apr, 2015||Adelaide Entertainment Centre Arena, Adelaide - All Ages|
|Wed 29 Apr, 2015||Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne - All Ages|
|Fri 01 May, 2015||Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney - All Ages|
|Sat 02 May, 2015||Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane - All Ages|
|Tue 05 May, 2015||Vector Arena, Auckland - All Ages|
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Colton’s rise to the world stage came from a brief encounter whilst playing as part of the back stage entertainment at a show headlined by The Script. Danny O’Donoghue and Mark Sheehan spotted him and were impressed by the young singer. After a brief chat, Colton gave them a copy of his recorded music. As Colton drove away from the venue that night, only one thing was on his mind. “I hope they listen to my music. They don’t have to like it, I just hope they listen.”
Three days later he received a phone call from The Script. Sometime after that he was on a plane to London to start writing and recording with Danny, Mark and their long-time collaborator producer/writer James Barry. After four months of writing and recording in London on his new release, Colton is now in the support slot for the “No Sound Without Silence” world tour with The Script.
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7.00pm | Doors Open
7.50pm | Colton Avery
8.50pm | The Script
*Please note times are a guide only and subject to change without notice
RETURNING TO AUSTRALIAN + NEW ZEALAND ARENAS IN APRIL/MAY 2015!
Frontier Touring are proud to welcome back multi-platinum selling band The Script to Australia and New Zealand to play a string of arena shows in April and May 2015!
The Dublin-raised, London-based trio – Danny O’Donoghue, Mark Sheehan and Glen Power – are no strangers to Australia, having sold out multiple arena shows on their previous visits and currently in the country on a whirlwind visit promoting their new album No Sound Without Silence (out now through Sony).
The band has not lost an ounce of momentum since the release of their debut self-titled album in 2008. The album shot straight to the top of the charts in Ireland and the UK and features iconic hits like ‘The Man Who Can’t Be Moved’ (click here to watch) and ‘Breakeven (Falling to Pieces)’ (click here to watch).
Science & Faith, featuring the heart wrenchingly beautiful chart topper ‘For The First Time’ (click here to watch), was released in September 2010 and once again landed the #1 spot in Ireland and the UK, debuted at #3 on the ARIA album chart and peaked at #3 on the US Billboard 200.
Their last studio album #3 followed suit to its two predecessors and was certified multi-platinum throughout the world. The album well and truly cemented The Script as a diverse and world-leading band, especially with global mega hit ‘Hall of Fame’ (click here to watch) which featured lead singer Danny O’Donoghue’s co-judge on The Voice UK will.i.am and was used in Channel 10’s promo for the 2014 Winter Olympics (click here to watch).
‘Hall Of Fame’ peaked at #1 across the globe and has now garnered almost 139 million views on YouTube, 138 million streams on Spotify and is six times Platinum in Australia!
The band’s YouTube channel boasts close to a million subscribers and has racked up over a massive 400 million views with the number growing rapidly as the band continues to dominate the charts with latest offerings like ‘Superheroes’ (click here to watch).
The ‘Superheroes’ clip clocked almost 1.5 million views in under a month, with 724,000+ of those views in the first three days! The track is the lead single from the band’s fourth studio album No Sound Without Silence. The album debuted at #5 on the ARIA Albums Chart and landed the very top spot in the UK.
Despite having been handpicked to open for the likes of U2 and Paul McCartney, The Script have well and truly proved why they deserved to be headliners in their own right. Confirming the band’s identity as a strong stadium band, their 2013 tour spanned across 11 months, four continents and included 63 arenas and 18 festivals – selling out a number of shows including London’s O2 Arena along the way.
‘The Script delivered a knock out performance…The boys from Dublin played to an extremely enthusiastic crowd and their connection with everyone in the venue was a real highlight of the tour’ – Take 40
‘Listening to the band it’s clear why they are now in venues like these…thinking back to the size of the venue it’s now clear after tonight that The Script belong here and deserve to have crowd of this size. If the delirium witnessed tonight is anything to go by then we’re sure The Script will be keeping girls screaming and crying for years to come!’ – Hit The Floor 8/10
There will be no shortage of anthemic tracks and an atmosphere which cannot be matched. Tickets for these shows are not expected to last long so get in there quick!
Friday 24 April Perth | Perth Arena (All Ages)
Monday 27 April Adelaide | Entertainment Centre (All Ages)
Wednesday 29 April Melbourne | Rod Laver Arena (All Ages)
Friday 1 May Sydney | Allphones Arena (All Ages)
Saturday 2 May Brisbane | Entertainment Centre (All Ages)
Tuesday 5 May Auckland | Vector Arena (All Ages)