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Missy Higgins


Fri 28 Feb 2020, 8:00pm–10:00pm

Where: Sydney Coliseum Theatre, 55 Sherbrooke St, Rooty Hill, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

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The nine-time ARIA Award-winner and five-time chart topper, Missy Higgins, will perform a one-night-only show at Sydney’s most eagerly anticipated new concert venue, Sydney Coliseum Theatre.

Missy Higgins’ highly acclaimed albums The Sound of White (ARIA Album of the Year) featuring ‘Scar’, ‘Ten Days’, and ‘The Special Two’; On A Clear Night featuring North American Top 20 airplay hit ‘Where I Stood’ and Australian #1 single ‘Steer’; and The Ol’ Razzle Dazzle featuring ‘Everyone’s Waiting’ have sold over two million copies globally.

“I can’t wait to perform for my fans at the brand-new Sydney Coliseum Theatre, West HQ. I’m honoured to be joining a huge list of amazing artists who have all been handpicked to help open this amazing new venue.” - Missy Higgins

In 2018, Missy announced her long awaited fifth studio album, Solastalgia, with its lead single ‘Futon Couch’, becoming her biggest radio success in a decade. She was also confirmed as the main support act of Ed Sheeran’s ÷ Tour—the largest series of concerts in Australian history, with nearly 1 million tickets sold. Missy capped off 2018 with the release of The Special Ones—a best of collection that is a primer to one of Australian music’s strongest modern catalogues.