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Date Venue Status
Tue 22 Nov, 2022 John Cain Arena, Melbourne - Lic. All Ages
Wed 23 Nov, 2022 Riverstage, Brisbane - Lic. All Ages
Sun 27 Nov, 2022 Hordern Pavilion, Sydney - Lic. All Ages
Mon 28 Nov, 2022 Hordern Pavilion, Sydney - Lic. All Ages

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Fousheé

Fousheé

RnB & soul artist Fousheé will be familiar to Steve Lacy fans, having co-written his No.1 Billboard smash hit Bad Habit, featuring on the critically acclaimed Gemini Rights album track Sunshine, and currently supporting on the North American Leg of Lacy’s Give You The World Tour. The collaborations don't stop there; Fousheé has also worked with icons Lil Wayne & Lil Yachty. Her sophomore album, softCORE, is set for release on November 18.

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Sat 26 Nov | Spilt Milk, Canberra
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Sat 3 Dec | Spilt Milk, Ballarat
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Sun 4 Dec | Spilt Milk, Gold Coast
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Please note: All additional tour dates are not Frontier Touring shows

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MELBOURNE
7:00pm | Doors open
8:00pm | Fousheé 
9:00pm | Steve Lacy


BRISBANE
6:00pm | Doors open
7:00pm | Fousheé 
8:00pm | Steve Lacy


SYDNEY
7:00pm | Doors open
8:00pm | Fousheé 
9:00pm | Steve Lacy

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

RETURNS FOR HEADLINE EAST COAST SHOWS IN NOVEMBER

WITH SPECIAL GUEST FOUSHEÉ

Penny Drop and Frontier Touring are delighted to announce Steve Lacy will return to Australia this November and December for headline East Coast dates, along with appearances at Spilt Milk in Canberra, Ballarat and the Gold Coast.

Responding to incredible demand, all shows have been upgraded, the Gemini king now playing Melbourne’s John Cain Arena on Tuesday 22 November, Brisbane’s Riverstage on Wednesday 23 November and Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion on Monday 28 November.

Lacy’s Australian visit follows the release of his critically acclaimed new album Gemini Rights, which he dropped in July. Written, produced, and played pretty much entirely by Steve, the record is an incredible leap forward for an artist who has already established himself as a true cultural force.

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