"This tour wouldn’t be right without my brothers ONEFOUR."
The Kid LAROI’s massive 2024 Australian tour has just grown even more, with ONEFOUR locked in as special guests on all shows.
“Australia! This tour wouldn’t be right without my brothers ONEFOUR,” The Kid LAROI wrote on his Instagram Stories today. “More guests soon”.
On Instagram, ONEFOUR added, “STADIUM STATUS ‼️‼️ We're joining our Brother LAROI on his upcoming The First Time tour. You ready know how we’re Rockin on this side”.
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The Kid LAROI is embarking on his stadium tour in February 2024, taking over five cities across the country. The tour marks his largest tour yet on home soil and the first time an Australian artist has headlined Melbourne’s AAMI Park since Sia in 2017.
The Love Again star will begin his run at AAMI Park on Friday, 2 February. He will then perform at HBF Park in Perth a week later (Friday, 9 February) before moving to Adelaide’s Coopers Stadium the following Tuesday (13 February).
From there, LAROI will wrap the trek up with shows in Sydney (taking over Commbank Stadium on Friday, 16 February) and the Gold Coast (Cbus Super Stadium on Sunday, 18 February). Tickets to The Kid LAROI’s 2024 Australian tour are on sale now.
The tour is in celebration of The Kid LAROI’s highly-awaited, successful debut album, The First Time. The Music’s Claire Dunton gave it a glowing review, writing that he “feels and sounds like a real, honest talent that you can’t help but back as an Australian” and “has perfectly executed the ever-popular ‘90s aesthetic”.
ONEFOUR have enjoyed a new, growing fandom since a new documentary about the influential Sydney drill group landed on Netflix.
“A group of Sydney-based, Pacific Islander kids start recording drill raps to avoid a life of crime,” the Netflix description reads. “Two years into their meteoric rise, a police task force shuts down their sold-out national tour due to concerns that the group’s music will incite violence.”
Writer and Director Gabriel Gasparinatos added: “The story of ONEFOUR is one of the most significant cultural moments in recent Australian history. It’s about the changing face of this country and who gets to have a voice in it.”
Friday February 2 – Naarm/Melbourne, AAMI Park
Friday February 9 – Boorloo/Perth, HBF Park
Tuesday February 13 – Kaurna/Adelaide, Coopers Stadium
Friday February 16 – Eora/Sydney, Commbank Stadium
Sunday February 18 – Yugambeh/Gold Coast, Cbus Super Stadium