Bliss N Eso Circus In The Sky Goes Platinum

Bliss N Eso have kicked off their biggest ever tour in style with a huge opening show at Bathurst Showground and a thumping crowd of over 4,000 in Newcastle on Saturday night.


The Circus Under the Stars tour sees the trio ship tonnes of state-of-the-art staging equipment across the country over a two month period, setting up outdoor stages in massive parks in sixteen cities. They are joined by two of the country’s biggest up-and-coming hip-hop artists; Melbourne’s Seth Sentry and Sydney’s Horrorshow, as well as cult American singer-songwriter Ceekay Jones who features on the trio’s hit single My Life.

The enormous tour hit Bliss N Eso’s hometown of Sydney where they took over The Domain, one of the city’s most iconic outdoor locations and the former site of Homebake Festival. Alongside an entirely new set-list and incredible production, it was also Sydney fans’ first opportunity to see the recently unveiled Bliss N Eso customised Kombi.

Three years in the making, the Kombi has a couple of special features which are only unveiled in person. Go behind the scenes on the van’s grand unveiling at Circus Under the Stars opening show here.

One of the highest selling Australian albums of the last year, the band’s latest album Circus in the Sky (out now through Illusive) has now achieved Platinum sales status – their second release in a row to achieve the feat. The album has spawned a number of massive singles including My Life, House of Dreams (the soundtrack to the AFL Finals), Can’t Get Rid of This Feeling feat. Daniel Merriweather and Act Your Age feat. Bluejuice.

With tickets flying across the country, massive outdoor stages in every city and the biggest headline bill the genre has ever seen, this is shaping up to be one tour that will be talked about for years to come. Don’t miss out.

New show added:
Sat 24 May Adelaide | Tampawardli Park (Park 24), SA (All Ages) | Ph: 1800 GET TIX

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