Six Degrees Management is thrilled to announce that Australia’s most successful male artist, Guy Sebastian, is heading back on the road next March and April for his ‘Get Along’ tour. Guy will play shows in Perth, Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney and his hometown, Adelaide. Tickets go on sale on Tuesday 27 November at 9am.

After nine successful years, Guy has earned a place in Australian music history as the Australian male artist with the most number one singles. His recent single Battle Scars (featuring US rapper Lupe Fiasco) debuted at number one on the ARIA singles chart, where it remained for an amazing six consecutive weeks. Battle Scars gave Guy his first American hit, peaking at number one on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hip Digital Song Chart. Guy performed it on Late Night with David Letterman with Lupe Fiasco.

Guy is looking forward to playing songs off his latest album Armageddon, which was released in October, debuting at number two on the ARIA album chart. “I can’t wait to get back on the road again and play songs from my new album,” Guy says. “Of course I’ll play all the old favourites too!”  

Guy is one of Australia’s greatest singer-songwriters and has proved his place as an Australian idol. After winning the first series in 2003, Guy captured the hearts of Australians with his unique and incredible vocal talent. Since then his success has carried over into seven multi-platinum albums and countless sell-out tours. Add to this his string of awards and the fact he is the only Australian male artist in Australian music history to achieve six chart-topping singles – Battle Scars, Angels Brought Me Here, All I Need Is You, Out With My Baby, Like It Like That and Who’s That Girl? – and you can see why Guy truly is a world-class talent.

Make sure you get along to Guy Sebastian … this is a show you don’t want to miss!  Guy’s new album Armageddon is out now through Sony Music.Tickets on sale Tuesday 27 November from the below outlets.

Guy’s new album Armageddon is out now through Sony Music.Tickets on sale Tuesday 27 November from the below outlets.



Thursday 28 March            Perth, Crown Theatre                                                     132 849

Friday 5 April                        Melbourne, Palais Theatre                                         136 100

Friday 12 April                      Brisbane, Brisbane Convention Centre                  132 849

Friday 19 April                      Sydney, Hordern Pavilion                                            132 849

Friday 26 April                      Adelaide, Thebarton Theatre                                     08 8225 8888

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