Seaforth Announce Two Exclusive Australian Shows

13 September 2023 | 9:58 am | Mary Varvaris

You don’t want to miss out on the opportunity to “Catch all of Seaforth's hits live”.


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Aussie country music favourites Seaforth will hit the road this November, booked to play two special shows in Queensland.

“TOUR ANNOUNCEMENT! Seaforth are heading back to Australia and are excited to announce TWO Queensland shows,” Little Sparrow PR posted on social media yesterday.

Presented by Live Nation Australia, the duo of long-time mates Tom Jordan and Mitch Thompson will perform at The Triffid in Brisbane on Wednesday, 8 November, and Miami Marketta on the Gold Coast on Friday, 10 November.

The Live Nation pre-sale will run for 24 hours, beginning today (13 September) at 10 am, before the general admission ticket sale starts tomorrow (14 September) at 10 am. You can buy your tickets here.

Seaforth’s upcoming Queensland dates mark their first Australian shows since their successful About Time national tour took place last year.

As Little Sparrow noted, you don’t want to miss out on the opportunity to “Catch all of Seaforth's hits live”.

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This November, Seaforth will thrill Melbourne and Sydney audiences as part of the inaugural Riding Hearts music festival. The event is headlined by Bailey Zimmerman, with Danielle Bradbery, Sam Barber, Matt Schuster, Alana Springsteen and VAVO, and local favourites Zac & George, Seaforth and Sara Berki appearing on the bill.

In a statement about Riding Hearts, Susan Heymann, Chief Operating Officer at Frontier Touring, said, “The popularity of country music is no longer a secret; the audience is growing and is more far-reaching than ever, so it's time for something for the fans in the city. Ridin’ Hearts is a fresh festival experience for long-time country loyalists and the country curious.

“Alongside CMC Rocks, Ridin’ Hearts is set to become another unmissable event for Australian country music fans and the perfect stage for international artists to play in front of Australia's most passionate music fans.”

Earlier this year, Seaforth put an Aussie spin on multiple tracks, including Morgan Wallen’s Last NightThe Beatles’ Let It BeNirvana’s Smells Like Teen Spirit, Lynyrd Skynyrd’s Sweet Home Alabama and Taylor Swift’s Shake It Off after they were asked why they don’t perform with Australian accents. “Now you know…”