Grentperez will be also joining UK indie singer-songwriter Rex Orange County as a special guest on his AU/NZ headline tour in September.
Following up a completely sold-out run of headline shows in 2022, Sydney local grentperez has announced his growing up? Australia & New Zealand headline tour.
Marking his biggest national tour to date and kicking off this December, the When We Were Younger singer will be taking his live show to Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Brisbane as well as two shows in New Zealand after selling out his North American tour dates.
The exciting announcement follows on from the recent news that grentperez will be joining UK indie singer-songwriter Rex Orange County as a special guest on his AU/NZ headline tour in September.
It’s undoubtedly been a busy year for grentperez, and he’s showing no signs of slowing down.
Earlier this year, the Western Sydney artist returned to the US for his rescheduled North American headline tour, playing to sold-out rooms in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Over July and early August, grentperez also joined UK singer-songwriter Cavetown as a special guest alongside good friends mxmtoon and Ricky Montgomery on a stacked run of dates across North America that wrapped up last week.
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Renowned for his energetic and dynamic live show, grentperez announced the US, UK and European legs of the growing up? world tour earlier this year, with the initial dates announced for the US tour selling out completely within a matter of weeks.
15 September - Michael Fowler Centre (Wellington, New Zealand)
16 September - Spark Arena (Auckland, New Zealand)
19 September - Entertainment Centre Theatre (Adelaide, SA)
22 September - Riverstage (Brisbane, QLD)
23 September - Hordern Pavilion (Sydney, NSW) - SOLD OUT
24 September - Hordern Pavilion (Sydney, NSW)
27 September - MCA (Melbourne, VIC) - SOLD OUT
28 September - MCA (Melbourne, VIC)
1 October - Belvoir Amphitheatre (Perth, WA)
5 October - Toyosu PIT (Tokyo, Japan)
8 October - Araneta Coliseum (Quezon City, Philippines)
6 December - Princess Theatre (Brisbane, QLD)*
8 December - Liberty Hall (Sydney, NSW)*
9 December - The Gov (Adelaide, SA)*
13 December - Max Watts (Melbourne, VIC)*
15 December - The Powerstation (Auckland, NZ*
16 December - San Fran (Wellington, NZ)*
2 September - Springtime Festival (Gold Coast, QLD)
3 September - Soundrenaline Festival (Jakarta, Indonesia)