Maisie Peters has announced both new and upgraded shows on her headlining tour of Australia and New Zealand, set to take place in February and March of 2023.
Having sold out her shows in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne, Peters will now play in larger venues for the first two cities, and has added a second show in the lattermost. Her Sydney show has moved from the Oxford Art Factory to the Metro Theatre, while her Brisbane show has moved from the Woolly Mammoth to The Triffid. In addition, Peters will now play at Melbourne’s Prince of Wales on Sunday March 5 – a day after her original sold-out date at the same venue.
Fans who purchased tickets to the Oxford Art Factory and Woolly Mammoth shows are advised that their tickets will be automatically transferred and valid for the new venues. All new tickets for these three shows are available now, with all ticketing information available from the Frontier website.
The tour will mark Peters’ first tour of both Australia and New Zealand. The headlining dates also coincide with Peters’ run as the national support act for Ed Sheeran‘s Australasian tour. The two will be joined by Budjerah for the Australian dates. Read Peters’ full touring itinerary below.
In a statement shared to her social media at the time, Peters said that she “can’t wait” for the tour, adding that she “can’t believe this is a real post [she’s] making”. “I have a deep love [and] connection to Australia and New Zealand,” she wrote.
“I honestly feel like I’m an honorary citizen of both, and being able to play a show there has been a dream since the very beginning. So excited to join Mr. Sheeran and be playing my own shows there next year, to dance with you all and to have the time of our very lives.”
Peters has toured extensively with Sheeran throughout 2022, playing over 50 shows in support of him across the UK and Europe. She is signed to Sheeran’s record label, Gingerbread Man, through which she released her debut album ‘You Signed Up For This’ in August of 2021.
Maisie Peters’ Australia and New Zealand tour dates are:
Thursday 2 – Wellington, Sky Stadium*
Friday 3 – Wellington, San Fran
Wednesday 8 – Auckland, Tuning Fork
Friday 10 and Saturday 11 – Auckland, Eden Park*
Thursday 16 – Byron Bay, The Northern Hotel
Friday 17, Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 – Brisbane, Suncorp Stadium*
Tuesday 21 – Brisbane, The Triffid
Friday 24 and Saturday 25 – Sydney, Accor Stadium*
Tuesday 28 – Sydney, Metro Theatre
Thursday 2 and Friday 3 – Melbourne, Melbourne Cricket Ground*
Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 – Melbourne, Prince of Wales
Tuesday 7 – Adelaide, Adelaide Oval*
Sunday 12 – Perth, Optus Stadium*
* – supporting Ed Sheeran