Måneskin to Tour Australia for the First TIme

Italian outfit Måneskin have announced their first-ever Australian tour throughout November 2023. The band will play four shows in the country, kicking things off in Brisbane on Monday, 20th November and moving through Sydney and Melbourne before finishing up in Adelaide on Saturday, 25th November.

The shows form part of the extensive world tour for the band’s third album RUSH!, which arrived back in January and garnered some fairly interesting reviews. Regardless of the lacklustre reception of the critics, most dates on Måneskin’s world tour have already sold out.

Måneskin: ‘The Loneliest’

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Måneskin shot to fame off the back of their Eurovision win in the Netherlands in 2021 with their song ‘Zitti e buoni‘. The win wasn’t without some light controversy, with lead singer Damiano David accused of taking drugs during the live broadcast of the finale – he was later cleared of all wrongdoing.

The band have essentially been on one long victory lap ever since, touring around the world with the ongoing Loud Kids! tour and playing festivals like Coachella and Lollapalooza. They picked up a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist earlier this year, but lost out to Samara Joy.

“We want to thank our fans in Australia, we are coming for you,” Måneskin said in a statement. “Expect fire, stage smashings and lots of sweat!”

Måneskin RUSH! Australian Tour Dates

  • Monday, 20th November – Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Brisbane
  • Wednesday, 22nd November – Hordern Pavilion, Sydney
  • Thursday, 23rd November – Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne
  • Saturday, 25th November – Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide

Tickets will go on sale Friday, 24th March at 9am local time via Ticketek. A TEG Live/Ticketek pre-sae will happen from Wednesday, 22nd March at 11am local time.

Further Reading

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