Kelsea Ballerini exclusive Sydney all ages headline show in March
One of country music’s hottest acts, US superstar KELSEA BALLERINI, today reveals that she will play an exclusive one-off all ages headline show at Sydney’s Metro Theatre on Tuesday 20th March.
Her Metro Theatre show will be fans’ only opportunity to catch Kelsea while she is in the country, outside of her CMC Rocks QLD 2018 festival appearances over the weekend of Friday 16th – Sunday 18th March.
Kelsea returns to Australia two years on from her last visit, and a fully fledged star, last year creating history as the first ever female artist to achieve three consecutive #1 US Country Billboard hits with ‘Love Me Like You Mean It’, ‘Peter Pan’ and ‘Dibs’.
She has sold out two national headline tours across North America as well as her own headline shows in the UK, garnered a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist, and supported the likes ofTim McGraw, Lady Antebellum, Thomas Rhett and Carrie Underwood.
One of the most exciting artists on the world music stage, Kelsea’s brand new album,Unapologetically, was released just last month and is the long-awaited second chapter of her remarkable artistic story.
Paste Magazine have dubbed it a “… strong album of defiant ear candy.”, while The New York Times wrote that, “Her voice is winningly sweet, and also durably strong — it suggests a carefully withheld tenderness. And she is an elegant songwriter…”.
Kelsea set the stage alight at the 51st Annual CMA Awards ceremony in Nashville last month, performing a stirring rendition of her current hit single ‘Legends’ with none other than music legend Reba McEntire. Watch the performance here.
The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon was also recently treated to a live performance of the stunning song.
Tickets to Kelsea Ballerini’s one and only Australian headline concert are sure to go fast, so music lovers, don’t delay! Be sure to snap your tickets up as soon as they go on sale on Friday!
KELSEA BALLERINI | UNAPOLOGETICALLY | ALBUM OUT NOW!
via Sony Music Entertainment Australia