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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


The singer just competed at Eurovision Australia Decides

Image: She Is Aphrodite.

Multimedia creative Jaguar Jonze is hitting the road! Following her appearance at Eurovision Australia Decides, the singer has announced a string of national tour dates, which will see Jonze perform songs from her anticipated debut album.

Kicking off in Melbourne on June 18, the run of shows will continue on to Geelong, Perth, Adelaide, the Gold Coast, Brisbane, Canberra, Wollongong and Sydney, before wrapping up in Newcastle on July 10. The singer is also set to join The Wombats on their national tour, alongside The VANNS this June.

"I wanted my Eurovision song to be for those moments where it was hard to stay strong, for those times I felt overwhelmed by what I had taken on." the singer shares. "I am constantly defining what vulnerability means to me. Growing up, vulnerability was seen as a weakness, but now to me, I see vulnerability as strength. And I'm seeing this reflected in my lyrics and songwriting. Little Fires is a moment for me to share a vulnerable side of me that I haven't before."

Placing third overall and taking out the jury vote at Eurovision Australia Decides, the singers empowering entry, Little Fires, serves as a reminder of the power and strength of lifting one another, celebrating how our past has led us to the present and the promise of a bright future. Directed and edited by Jonze herself, the clip showcases the singer tied in Shibari, an ancient form of artistic Japanese rope art crafted by Brisbane-based Shibari artist Nawa Musubi.

Little Fires is out now! Full tour details below.


Tickets on sale 9am AEDT Wednesday March 3 from

Saturday 18 June - Corner Hotel, Melbourne

Sunday 19 June - The Barwon Club, Geelong

Friday 24 June - Jack Rabbit Slims, Perth

Saturday 25 June - Lion Arts Factory, Adelaide

Friday 1 July - Miami Marketta, Gold Coast

Saturday 2 July - The Triffid, Brisbane

Friday 7 July - Kambri, Canberra

Friday 8 July - UOW Uni Bar, Wollongong

Saturday 9 July - Oxford Art Factory, Sydney

Sunday 10 July - Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle


Ticketing details available here

Sunday 5 June - HBF Stadium - Perth

Friday 10 June - John Cain Arena - Melbourne

Saturday 11 June - Hordern Pavilion - Sydney [Sold Out]

Sunday 12 June - Hordern Pavilion - Sydney

Friday 17 June - Riverstage - Sydney


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