South Australians are not happy that Sir Paul McCartney will literally fly over them when he tours here in December. Even Adelaide’s biggest export, Sia, isn’t doing a hometown show when she tours at the end of the year. Coldplay and Eminem have skipped Adelaide on past tours, angering local fans. Now, some promoters are routing tours to Canberra, Newcastle, the Gold Coast or even Hobart rather than risking a low-selling show in Adelaide.
Richie will be joined by Rodgers and his disco pioneers Chic as the opening act for shows in September and October. They will play Perth Arena on September 30, Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on October 5, Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne on October 7, Botanic Park in Adelaide on October 12, Central Coast Stadium on October 14 and Brisbane Entertainment Centre on October 17. Richie, minus Chic, will play a special show at the Star in Sydney on October 3.
Recording artist Ariana Grande has suspended her world tour. Photo / Getty
Ariana Grande has suspended her world tour after the deadly terror blast at Manchester Arena, which left 19 killed and up to 50 injured. TMZ reports that she has indefinitely suspended her world tour, after she was "in hysterics" after the shocking attack. Grande's Dangerous Woman tour was only seven shows into the European and UK leg when the Manchester deadly explosion occurred. Singer Ariana Grande performing.
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