Chugg Entertainment announced six arena dates for Keith Urban’s “Light The Fuse” tour.
Urban’s “The Story So Far” tour earlier this year was a sellout.
His Fuse album debuted at No. 1 on the official ARIA charts.
The dates (June 14-29) follow his set at Clipsal 500 After Race Concert in Adelaide March 2.
Frontier Touring brings Britain’s Bastille back for four stadium shows.
The act, whose debut album Bad Blood went Top 10 downunder, is in the country June 13-18.
Two club shows earlier this year sold out in less than 24 hours.
Frontier Touring also has Ellie Goulding confirmed for eight stadiums (three in New Zealand) May 28 to June 11.
She toured here this year as part of the Future Music electro festival and did her own side shows.
Selena Gomez’s “Stars Dance” tour stops for five arenas and stadiums Feb. 1-8 through Live Nation.
Dainty chairman Paul Dainty said, “I am always thrilled when a superstar wants to tour.
But when two legends agree to take their magic on the road – that’s truly an honor.”
Chugg Entertainment has five club shows by Ireland’s Kodaline April 1-10.
Norway’s Mikhael Paskalev makes his debut with three club dates March 4-7 through Secret Sounds.
After their debut in 2012 proved a success, the English Beat returns for six clubs shows May 15-23 for Metropolis Touring and Tombowler.
Erykah Badu, announced already for Bluesfest, does side shows at Melbourne’s Palais (April 15) and Sydney’s Star (April 17) through Live Nation.
Live Nation also has Diana Krall at the Sydney Opera House with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra (Feb. 4-5) and Arts Centre Melbourne with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (Feb. 11).
Darkside follows the October release of its debut album with two club shows April 2-4 through Modular.
Taperjean Music and Metropolis Touring present metal band 3 Inches Of Blood at six clubs April 10-16.
Posies/Big Star bassist and singer Ken Stringfellow returns for six club stops Jan. 24-31 courtesy Mobile Industries.