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SHANNON NOLL ANNOUNCES 

THAT’S WHAT I’M TALKING ABOUT

20TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR & ALBUM

 

15 DATES ACROSS METRO & REGIONAL AUSTRALIA STARTING APRIL 5

20TH ANNIVERSARY ALBUM RELEASED APRIL 5 VIA SONY MUSIC AUSTRALIA

 

TOUR PRE-SALE STARTS FRI 2 FEB @ 12PM [AEDT]

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GENERAL TICKETS ON SALE TUE 6 FEB @ 12PM [AEDT]

 

ALBUM PRE-ORDER PACKAGES AVAILABLE FRI 2 FEB

 

“Australia’s favourite son,” Shannon Noll, is headed on tour for the first time in over a decade with 15 dates across metro and regional Australia with his That’s What I’m Talking About 20th Anniversary Tour. Kicking off on April 5 on the Sunshine Coast, Nollsie will make his way to Geelong, Ballarat, Canberra, Newcastle, Rooty Hill, Adelaide, Margaret River before finishing up the tour in Toowoomba, with plenty of stops in between.


Alongside the tour, Nollsie will release a special 20th Anniversary edition of his multi-platinum debut album That’s What I’m Talking About, released April 5 via Sony Music Entertainment Australia. The 20th Anniversary album will feature the original twelve recordings, including the hit singles ‘What About Me,’ ‘Drive’ and ‘Learn To Fly’ plus live recordings and two brand new songs. The new songs feature a collaboration with ‘What About Me’ songwriter Gary Frost plus an anthemic duet with fellow Australian Idol finalist, Cosima De Vito. The album will be released both digitally and as a double CD package. The original That’s What I’m Talking About album will also be released on Vinyl for the very first time.

In 2003, a farmer from Condobolin stepped onto the Australian Idol stage. This was Shannon Noll, whose audition would become the first chapter in an extraordinary tale of an Aussie icon and the start of the iconic “flavour savour”. His powerful rendition of ‘Hold Me in Your Arms’ in front of Marcia Hines, Ian ‘Dicko’ Dickson and Mark Holden, not only showcased his undeniable talent but also resonated with his personal story – a man of the land, battling the hardships of drought and the personal tragedy of losing his father.

Nollsie’s Australian Idol journey took him all the way to that unforgettable night at the Sydney Opera House, where over 4 million people tuned in to watch the finale of the very first Australian Idol. 

Twenty years on, Shannon Noll has become one of Australia’s most cherished and recognised recording artists and entertainers with 7 ARIA Top 10 Albums (including two multi-platinum #1 ARIA Albums), 17 Platinum and 3 Gold accreditations. Nollsie’s landmark single ‘What About Me’ was certified 4× ARIA Platinum and was the highest selling single in Australia in 2004. He boasts a reputation as being the only Australian male artist in national ARIA chart history to have achieved 10 consecutive Top 10 Singles. 

 

In recent times, Nollsie’s latest album, RAW debuted #1 across ARIA's Album Chart and AIR’s Independent Chart, became the face of national advertising campaigns for prominent brands such as Uber, KFC, and Jetstar, headlined major festivals like Deni Ute Muster, Savannah In The Round and Summernats. Plus expanded his reach into the world of podcasts, hosting the popular show Idol Talking With Nollsie, which has garnered a legion of old and new fans alike. 

 

Nollsie’s national headline tour will see him perform at some of Australia’s most prestigious live venues - fans will be treated to a high energy and nostalgic live show featuring songs from Nollsie’s historic debut album, hits and fan favourites across his illustrious full career catalogue to date and plenty of surprises. You just never know who might turn up on stage to sing with Nollsie during this tour.

 

SHANNON NOLL THAT’S WHAT I’M TALKING ABOUT 

20TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR 2024

Presented by SBM, Haiku Entertainment & Wheelhouse Agency

 

Pre-sale Tickets on sale 12pm [AEDT] Friday, 2 February 2024 

General Tickets on sale 12pm [AEDT] Tuesday, 6 February 2024

Friday, 5 April - Venue 114, Sunshine Coast, QLD

Saturday, 6 April - Princess Theatre, Brisbane, QLD

Friday, 19 April - Costa Hall, Geelong, VIC

Saturday, 20 April - Wendouree Centre, Ballarat, VIC

Friday, 26 April - Canberra Theatre Centre, Canberra, ACT

Saturday, 27 April - Anita’s Theatre, Thirroul, NSW

Friday, 3 May - Thornbury Theatre, Melbourne, VIC

Saturday, 4 May - West Gippsland Arts Centre, Warragul, VIC

Friday, 17 May - NEX, Newcastle, NSW

Saturday, 18 May - Sydney Coliseum Theatre, Rooty Hill, NSW

Thursday, 23 May - Hindley Street Music Hall, Adelaide, SA

Friday, 24 May - Regal Theatre, Perth, WA

Saturday, 25 May - Cummins Theatre, Merredin, WA

Sunday, 26 May - The River, Margaret River, WA

Friday, 31 May - Empire Theatre, Toowoomba, QLD

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