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CULTURE GUIDE: ABBIE CHATFIELD SET TO EMBARK ON AN AUSTRALIAN TOUR

The tour will take place this April and May!

Image: Jordan Kirk.


Australian TV star, host, ambassador, entrepreneur, author and podcaster, Abbie Chatfield is hitting the road! The TV icon has announced she will be visiting cities across the country on her The Trauma Dump Tour.


Kicking off at the Palais Theatre in Melbourne on April 28, the tour will continue on to Adelaide, Perth and Brisbane, before wrapping up with a hometown show at Sydney's Enmore Theatre on May 27.



“I had an absolute blast sharing stories and opening the conversation with audiences on the A Hot Night... tour in 2022 so I thought it’s time to unleash my nightmare fuel and offload traumatic relationship stories with you in 2023! Strap yourselves in, The Trauma Dump Tour shows are going to be wild.” Chatfield shares.


Frontier Members will have access to pre-sale tickets from 10am local time on Thursday 2 February ahead of the general public on sale from 10am local time Monday 6 February.


ABBIE CHATFIELD ​THE TRAUMA DUMP TOUR

APRIL & MAY 2023 ​Presented by Frontier Touring

FRONTIER MEMBERS PRE-SALE via frontiertouring.com/abbiechatfield ​Runs 24 hours from: Thursday 2 February (10am local) or until pre-sale allocation exhausted

GENERAL PUBLIC ON SALE ​Begins: Monday 6 February (10am local)

Friday 28 April ​Palais Theatre | Melbourne, VIC ​16+* ​On sale: Monday 6 February (10am local) ticketmaster.com.au

Friday 5 May ​Thebarton Theatre | Adelaide, SA ​16+* ​On sale: Monday 6 February (10am local) ticketmaster.com.au

Friday 12 May ​Perth Concert Hall | Perth, WA ​16+* ​On sale: Monday 6 February (10am local) perthconcerthall.com.au

Thursday 18 May ​Queensland Performing Arts Centre | Brisbane, QLD ​16+* ​On sale: Monday 6 February (10am local) qpac.com.au

Saturday 27 May ​Enmore Theatre | Sydney, NSW ​16+* ​On sale: Monday 6 February (10am local) ticketek.com.au

* This show contains Adult Content and is recommended for audiences 16 years and over

** All shows will be Auslan (Australian Sign Language) interpreted

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