Global sensation Tash Sultana has announced long awaited Australian national headline shows as part of the 'Flow State World Tour' presented by Cool Perth Nights at Fremantle Community Bank Oval on March 30, 2019. You could win a double pass to see the show, all you need to do is head back to our Facebook page to like the post and tag a mate. Click here to be in the running.
The one-person powerhouse has been nonstop touring the world over the past two and a half years, including a record-breaking three sold out shows at the O2 Academy in Brixton this year.
Tash is finally bringing the acclaimed live show back to home soil in 2019. Tash started out playing open mic nights on a fake id and busking on the streets of Melbourne. Now Tash is selling out every headline show, from theatres to arenas across multiple countries and playing dozens of high-profile festivals around the globe.
Cool Perth Nights has enjoyed bringing Tash's phenomenal talents to WA audiences at numerous shows on her ascent and we can't wait to host her biggest ever WA concert at Fremantle Community Bank Oval in March.
This will be the first headline tour in well over a year on Australian soil and Tash will be playing a full two hour set. Recent accolades include over 250M streams, topping the iTunes chart in multiple countries, ‘Jungle’ coming in at #3 in triple j’s Hottest 100 and charting multiple entries, achieving Gold for the Notion EPand platinum sales for single ‘Jungle’, winning the prestigious unearthed j award, multiple ARIA award nominations and most recently playing a stand out set at Coachella and Lollapalooza 2018.
Supporting all shows is one of the most talked about bands and good friends of Tash, Ocean Alley. One of the most played bands on triple j this year, this is shaping up to be one of the biggest local tours in 2019.
Tash’s highly anticipated debut album, ‘Flow State’ was released on August 31 to worldwide critical acclaim. It was the triple j feature album of the week and charted in the top 10 in 31 countries. Tash's last Australian tour sold record-breaking numbers by selling out in days.
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