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| 5 February 2024 | Reply


The Second Act Tour, celebrating 20 years sincer her debut The Sound Of White, will see Missy touring theatres nationally next autumn in a special two act show. The first set each evening will include some brand-new songs, plus a few fan favourites from early in her career, all played in stripped back, acoustic mode. After an intermission Missy will then return with her full band to perform The Sound Of White in its entirety plus some of her other hits. It will see Missy returning to many of the same venues she first played when The Sound Of White exploded back in 2004.

The Sound Of White is one of the biggest and most influential albums in Australian music history. The intensely introspective collection of yearning songs yielded bona fide classics like “Scar”, “Ten Days” and “The Special Two”. It has sold a million copies and received 6 ARIA Awards.

The anniversary of this landmark release will be celebrated with a deluxe edition on CD and LP containing bonus live recordings of every song on the album plus newly expanded artwork. It will land on April 5, 2024. Physical releases available for pre-order here. The Sound Of White 20 Year Anniversary Edition will also feature a new track – “Cry Me A River”.

Missy Higgins has been nominated for an extraordinary 26 ARIA Awards since being Unearthed by triple j way back in 2002. She remains one of Australia’s most popular live performers; playing to more than 200,000 Australians last summer across various outdoor events including dozens of huge gigs with Paul Kelly.


Thursday 28 March ​Frankston Arts Centre | Frankston, VIC
​Friday 29 March ​Civic Hall | Ballarat, VIC
​Tuesday 9 April ​Canberra Theatre | Canberra, ACT
​Wednesday 10 April ​Canberra Theatre | Canberra, ACT
​Friday 12 April ​State Theatre | Sydney, NSW
​Saturday 13 April ​State Theatre | Sydney, NSW
​Sunday 14 April ​State Theatre | Sydney, NSW
​Friday 19 April ​Perth Concert Hall | Perth, WA
​Saturday 20 April ​Perth Concert Hall | Perth, WA
​Friday 26 April ​Hobart City Hall | Hobart, TAS
​Saturday 27 April ​Princess Theatre | Launceston, TAS
Friday 3 May ​Palais Theatre | Melbourne, VIC
Saturday 4 May ​Palais Theatre | Melbourne, VIC
Sunday 5 May ​Palais Theatre | Melbourne, VIC
Thursday 9 May ​Mackay Entertainment & Convention Centre | Mackay, QLD
Saturday 11 May ​Munro Martin Parklands | Cairns, QLD
Sunday 12 May ​Townsville Civic Centre | Townsville, QLD
Friday 17 May ​Ulumbarra Theatre | Bendigo, VIC
Saturday 18 May ​Gippsland Performing Arts Centre | Traralgon, VIC
Thursday 23 May ​QPAC Concert Hall | Brisbane, QLD
Friday 24 May ​QPAC Concert Hall | Brisbane, QLD
Saturday 25 May ​HOTA Outdoor Stage | Gold Coast, QLD
Thursday 30 May ​Her Majesty’s Theatre | Adelaide, SA
Friday 31 May ​Her Majesty’s Theatre | Adelaide, SA
Saturday 1 June ​Barossa Arts Centre | Tanunda, SA
Friday 7 June ​Empire Theatre | Toowoomba, QLD
Saturday 8 June ​The Events Centre Caloundra | Caloundra, QLD
Friday 14 June ​Sydney Coliseum | West HQ, NSW
Saturday 15 June ​Newcastle Civic Theatre | Newcastle, NSW
Sunday 16 June ​Newcastle Civic Theatre | Newcastle, NSW



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