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Taylor Acorn: Good Enough Tour

Taylor Acorn: Good Enough Tour

6:30pm, Sun 10 March, 2024
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US pop-punk pioneer Taylor Acorn is making her way down to Australia in 2024 for her Good Enough Tour. Embarking on her sold out US headline tour this month, Taylor is in high demand and we’re next in line. This will be Australian fans’ first chance to catch this leading lady of the pop-punk scene live on stage.                       

Following a string of singles and EPs dating back to 2017, Taylor Acorn released her Certified Depressant EP in September this year. Hailed by Ones to Watch as a “whirlwind collection of diary-esque creations documenting the last few years of her life,” this album ”oozes with emotion and showcases the artist's growth and ability to write deeply relatable works of sonic art”. Tackling mental health struggles, falling in and out of love and self-identity, Taylor strives to give her listeners a safe space where they can feel accepted no matter where they’re from.                       

Growing up in the 90’s and 00’s in a small town in Pennsylvania, Taylor answered to the calls of the pop-punk world and dropped out of University in 2014 to pursue a career in music. She left her mark in the country music scene with her debut EP Put It in a Song which now garners nearly 30 million streams on Spotify alone. From rediscovering her pop-punk roots in the midst of the pandemic to exploding on TikTok with viral covers of some of her favourite emo and pop punk songs, Taylor is leaving her own footprint in the pop punk community.

This change of direction has taken Taylor across the globe, playing massive EU festivals like Hurricane, Southside and Download and recently selling out her first UK performance at The Underworld in London. A household name in the US, Taylor has played Riot, So What and Emo Nite as well as supporting the likes of Hot Mulligan and Loveless.                       

Let Taylor Acorn take you on a rollercoaster of emotions as she owns the stage and bares her soul. Press pause on your troubles and join the mosh for the ultimate reminder that we’re all on this crazy ride of life together.       

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