Coming Attractions Downunder

UK singer Paloma Faith makes her debut Australian tour next year after her third album, A Perfect Contradiction, went Top 5 locally.

Photo: Jonathan Short / Invision / AP
V Festival, Hylands Park, Chelmsford, UK

She’s booked in five theatres May 5-16.

Live Nation, in association with Artist Voice, brings New Zealand’s Broods back to headline, in the wake of the Top 5 debut of their Evergreen album and a May 2013 visit with Ellie Goulding.

Brother and sister Caleb and Georgia Nott play four theatres Nov. 22-28.

Detroit techno purveyor Stacey Pullen returns for the 15th time in 16 years. He plays three clubs Oct. 3-5 through Illusive Sounds.

Frontier Touring has the UK’s Sam Smith for six arena and theatre dates April 23 to May 4 in Australia and New Zealand, where his In The Lonely Hour album went gold. His local debut was at this year’s Splendour In The Grass festival.

One World has Cypress Hill at theatres in Perth, Sydney and Melbourne Dec 6-11.

Chugg Entertainment has Foreigner at two theatre shows in late January, along with New Zealand dates with Heart and Three Dog Night Jan 24-31.

Rod Stewart hits Australia for Frontier Touring for seven arenas March 21 to April 7 before heading off to New Zealand for two dates April 11 and 13. Stewart was last in Australia in 2012 and 2008 in New Zealand.

After being invited by Tool to open in Australia 2006, New Zealand trio Jakob returns through Consume for five clubs Nov. 26-30.

Oakland hip-hop act Souls of Mischief returns for Trent Slingshot after eight years, stopping at four clubs Oct. 31 to Nov. 3.