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Demi Lovato to Tour

Demi Lovato carSinging sensation Demi Lovato will take over HBF Stadium on Tuesday April 21st 2015.

The multi-platinum selling American singer will begin her first ever Australian tour in Brisbane before heading to Perth, Sydney and Melbourne.

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Touring in support of her fourth and latest ARIA top 20 album – ‘Demi’ – which is home to US iTunes #1 smashes ‘Heart Attack’, ‘Neon Lights’ and ‘Really Don’t Care’ featuring Cher Lloyd. Check out the tune below.

Demi recently completed a headline tour of North America and is currently touring Europe as special guest to Enrique Iglesias.

AUSTRALIAN TOUR DATES

CONVENTION CENTRE, BRISBANE
FRIDAY APRIL 17

HORDERN PAVILION, SYDNEY
SATURDAY APRIL 18

HBF STADIUM, PERTH
(previously known as Challenge Stadium)
TUESDAY APRIL 21

MARGARET COURT ARENA, MELBOURNE
FRIDAY APRIL 24

All Ages shows. General Admission floors. Tickets go on sale on Friday December 5th, head to Live Nation for all the details. 

 

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