Live Nation presents
HOODIE ALLEN Tickets
8:00pm, Sun 9 September, 2018
Oxford Art Factory, Sydney, NSW
Hailing from Long Island New York, rapper HOODIE ALLEN is set to embark on a long overdue, intimate Australian tour hitting the East Coast this September.
A year since dropping his latest album, The Hype, Hoodie Allen will take to the stage for highly anticipated 'one night only' club shows in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne before crossing the Tasman for one Auckland show.
Tickets for all shows will go on sale at midday Monday, June 18.
My Live Nation members can be among the first to secure tickets during the pre-sale commencing midday tomorrow, June 15.
For complete tour and ticketing information, head to livenation.com.au.
Hoodie Allen, born Steven Markowitz, is an independent American rapper with four Top Ten hits in Billboard's Top Rap Albums to his name since launching his now skyrocketing recording career.
Raising his profile and showcasing his natural talent via the internet and frat parties, in 2012 Hoodie Allen released his breakout EP All American which debuted at #10 on the Billboard 200 and was later followed by an acoustic version. In October 2014, Allen released his debut studio album, People Keep Talking, which hit #8 on the Billboard 200 and #2 on the Rap Albums chart, featuring the singles "Movie" and "Dumb for You" along with guest appearances from Ed Sheeran and Alex Wiley.
Allen's 2016 sophomore long play offering, Happy Camper, hit the top spot on Billboard's Rap/Hip-Hop Chart and Top 30 on the Billboard 200, as well as peaking at #1 on the Independent Albums Chart. The album is home to singles "Champagne and Pools" featuring Blackbear and Kyle, "Are U Having Any Fun?" featuring Meghan Tonjes and "Surprise Party" also featuring Blackbear.
September 2017 saw release of Hoodie Allen's much anticipated third studio album, The Hype; 12 tracks featuring lead single, "Sushi". The year finished with an extensive headline tour of North America and Europe - The Hype World Tour - and now, finally, it's Australia's turn!