1. Sky Ferreira announces long-awaited return to Australia with exclusive headline shows this June

    Sky Ferreira announces long-awaited return to Australia with exclusive headline shows this June

    12 Mar 2024

    A decade after her last Australian performance, pop icon Sky Ferreira returns to Australia for headline shows in June. Following a summer of festival sets across the US with a huge reception from fans, the pop auteur will take to the stage for highly anticipated performances at Sydney’s Vivid LIVE at Sydney Opera House and Melbourne’s RISING festivals.


    Presented by Vivid LIVE at Sydney Opera House, US alt-pop singer-songwriter Sky Ferreira returns for an exclusive Sydney show at the Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House on Sunday 2 June. Tickets on sale Friday 15 March, 10am AEDT via


    Presented by RISING, Sky Ferreira’s only Melbourne show will kick off at Forum Melbourne on Tuesday 4 June. Frontier Member presale begins Tuesday 12 March, 12noon AEDT before general tickets on sale Thursday 14 March, 12noon AEDT. Tickets via

    Los Angeles-born Sky Ferreria signed her first record deal at 15 off the back of her early Myspace demos. Her 2012 EP “Ghost” and its follow-up “Night Time, My Time” have become cult classics and earned the singer a legion of devoted fans. The Dev Hynes-produced “Everything Is Embarrassing” became her breakout hit and set the tone for much of the anthemic pop that was soon to follow.

    Sky’s star would continue to rise, taking her talent to the screen with film roles in the Twin Peaks reboot, Elvis & Nixon, and Baby Driver and on the runway for Jimmy Choo, Karl Lagerfeld and Calvin Klein.

    She collaborated with Charli XCX on “Cross You Out” in 2019 and has hinted at the long-anticipated follow-up album “Masochism” with the release of singles “Downhill Lullaby” and “Don’t Forget”. Her fans eagerly await new music, but Sky has remained dedicated to making art on her own timeline.

    A decade in the making, the enigmatic Sky Ferreira finally returns to Australia for a series of rare headline performances. 

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