360 Utopia Tour

There is one name in Australian music that has changed the game. One artist who can get the room jumping with the drop of a beat. The country’s hottest and most controversial crossover star, 360 is heading out on his biggest ever tour across the country this September. 

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This is 360’s first headline tour in over two years and since the release of Falling And Flying, the double platinum album that resulted in Sixty’s meteoric rise to fame.

A lot has changed since Falling And Flying delivered six certified smash-hit singles (Boys Like You – 4 x Platinum, Child – Platinum, Run Alone – Platinum, Killer – Gold, Just Got Started – Gold, Throw it Away – Gold). Lead single Boys Like You was voted #8 in triple j’s 2012 Hottest 100 and peaked at #3 in the ARIA singles charts while 360 was up for ten ARIA nominations of which he was awarded Breakthrough Artist and Producer of the Year.

Fast forward to 2014 and 360 has continued to evolve and stay at the forefront of his game. With his third album Utopia set to drop on Friday 13th June, Sixty has created a unique world of hip-hop, with elements of pop, rock and dance; a brilliant and ambitious display of influences that come together seamlessly to pave a musical journey through his deepest, darkest imagination in the form of Utopia.

360 Utopia Tour
Wed 3 Sept – UC Refectory – Canberra – 18+
Fri 5 Sept – Hordern Pavilion – Sydney – Licensed All Ages
Sat 6 Sept – The Arena – Brisbane – U18’s
Sat 6 Sept – The Arena – Brisbane – 18+
Wed 10 Sept – Uni Bar – Hobart – 18+
Fri 12 Sept – Festival Hall – Melbourne – Licensed All Ages
Sat 13 Sept – Thebarton Theatre – Adelaide – Licensed All Ages
Fri 19 Sept – Metro City – Perth – 18+
Sat 20 Sept – Astor Theatre – Perth – Licensed All Ages

Tickets including special packages ON SALE NOW at 360music.com.au/tour. Don’t miss your chance to see 360 performing his biggest hits as well as tracks from his forthcoming album ‘UTOPIA’ this September with special guests to be announced.

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