Melbourne’s own world conquering singer-songwriter Vance Joy has confirmed that he will be bringing his Fire and the Flood Tour to Australia’s East Coast next April.

The tour will follow a run of dates across North America in early 2016, with second shows already added in multiple cities to meet overwhelming demand. No stranger to their shores, Joy has already performed 64 shows in the US and Canada this year alone as Taylor Swift’s very special guest on her mammoth, cameo packed 1989 World Tour.

Joy will be touring in celebration of his platinum-certified single ‘Fire and the Flood’, his equal highest single chart to date alongside breakthrough track ‘Riptide’. Earlier this month, Joy made a triumphant return to Australian soil with a performance of the track on The X Factor to a television audience of more than a million.

Wrapping up a year marked by achievements, Joy will also be performing at the 2015 ARIA Awards tonight where he has been nominated seven times. Following this, Joy and Taylor Swift will kick off the Australian leg of The 1989 World Tour.

Joining Joy for his headline shows in April will be Australian duo Holy Holy. Their highly anticipated debut album When The Storms Would Come hit #11 on the ARIA Album Chart and the top ten of iTunes’ digital charts. With a passionate and electric live show thrown in, Holy Holy have cemented themselves as artists to watch both here in Australia and overseas.


Sat 23 April
Margaret Court Arena
Melbourne, VIC

Sun 24 April
Opera House – Concert Hall
Sydney, NSW

Sat 30 April
Brisbane, QLD

Tickets on sale 9am Friday 4 December at