The end of 2017 saw the announcement that global superstar Kesha is set to bring her critically acclaimed ‘Rainbow Tour’ to Australia and New Zealand this March. The highly anticipated tour just got bigger with the addition of a Queensland show at Eatons Hill Hotel on March 25th due to high demand from Brisbane fans.

The ‘Rainbow Tour’ will now be kicking off in Brisbane on Sunday March 25, then Perth with new date of Tuesday March 27, before continuing on to play Byron Bay’s Bluesfest, Sydney, Auckland and Adelaide, with the final show in Melbourne on April 5th.


Kesha is bringing her critically acclaimed Rainbow Tour to Australia and New Zealand in early 2018, kicking off in Perth on 26th March at Metro City and hitting Sydney, Auckland and Adelaide, before ending on 5th April in Melbourne at Margaret Court Arena.

The tour announcement follows a celebrated era for the artist, including her triumphant latest No. 1 album Rainbow, a completely sold-out North American headlining tour, and two recent GRAMMY nominations. Rolling Stone called Kesha’s live performances “one of the most positively uplifting, inclusive concert experiences available in 2017.”

Backed by a live band and with her trademark swagger and playful snarl, Kesha will perform a set of her past global hits, her double platinum current single ‘Praying’, the new single ‘Learn To Let Go’ and other songs from Rainbow, “an artistic feat” (Entertainment Weekly) for the singer which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and topped charts in nearly 30 markets worldwide.

Praised by New York Times, Billboard, Vanity Fair and more, as well as ranked #4 in Rolling Stone’s ‘50 Best Albums of 2017’, Rainbow earnt Kesha the first GRAMMY nominations of her career, with Rainbow up for Best Pop Vocal Album and ‘Praying’ getting a nod for Best Pop Solo Performance.


Sunday 25th March – Eatons Hill Hotel, Brisbane
Tuesday, 27th March – Metro City, Perth
Thursday, 29th March – Bluesfest, Byron Bay
Saturday, 31st March – ICC Sydney Theatre, Sydney
Monday, 2nd April – The Trusts Arena, Auckland
Wednesday, 4th April – Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide
Thursday, 5th April – Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne

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