Stadiums around Australia are preparing for the biggest summer of concerts yet, with nine artists already lined up including Taylor Swift, P!NK and The Weeknd. Austadiums has you covered!
Austadiums Concerts has now fully launched, bringing you details of all major Stadium Concerts across the country – including official ticket links and on-sale dates (including pre-sale), seating maps and venue details. View concerts by date, artist, location and venue, and see previous concerts including attendance figures (where available).
After a blockbuster 2022/23 summer which featured Ed Sheeran, Harry Styles, Red Hot Chili Peppers with Post Malone and Guns N’ Roses, this coming summer is set to be even bigger and better.
A massive 53 shows are already locked in, highlighted by P!NK’s 16 sold-out concerts across nine stadiums. In all, 15 Australian stadiums will host concerts.
Rock legends KISS kicked off the stadium concert season, with their one last Australian show exclusively at Sydney’s Accor Stadium last weekend, following their popular performance at the 2023 AFL Grand Final.
Next up, Paul McCartney hits Australian shores, starting in Adelaide and wrapping up on the Gold Coast. Def Leppard & Motley Crew then play in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne in November. Three Robbie Williams concerts are also scheduled – one in Sydney and two in Melbourne, while the Foo Fighters start their run of six shows in Perth, where extra tickets have recently gone on sale for all venues.
Coldplay will play two concerts only – bringing their hugely popular Music of the Spheres world tour exclusively to Perth’s Optus Stadium on November 18 and 19, although it’s hoped this will expand to a full Australian tour in 2024 following their tour of Asia.
The Weeknd originally had three concerts scheduled for Suncorp, Accor and Marvel Stadium’s, but due to demand, that’s expanded to NINE shows, with the first on November 20 in Brisbane.
Speaking of demand, P!NK first foray into Australian stadium shows has expanded to an incredible 16 shows for her Summer Carnival Tour, including three in Sydney (two at Allianz and one at Accor Stadium) and four at Melbourne’s Marvel Stadium.
Undoubtably the hottest ticket in town has been Taylor Swift. The megastar is bringing The Eras Tour to Melbourne and Sydney, with three concerts at the MCG and four at Accor Stadium in February next year, with all shows selling out fast following unprecedented demand.
Visit Austadiums Concerts for everything you need to know about upcoming stadium concerts across major concert promotors including Live Nation and Frontier Touring, with tickets available through official ticket agencies Ticketek and Ticketmaster. Note: Austadiums Concerts lists events at major stadiums only – not arenas.