‘McMahon stretches from whispered, intimate folk to vast and reaching indie rock, but all her songs draw from the same well: vulnerable, direct, soul-baring’ – Sydney Morning Herald

‘McMahon has created an album that is unequivocally flawless’ – The Guardian

‘An album that feels like an exhale after a few years of holding your breath’ – Double J, #9 Best Albums of 2023

Frontier Touring is thrilled to announce critically acclaimed Naarm/Melbourne singer-songwriter Angie McMahon will embark on her most extensive Australia and New Zealand headline tour to date this May/June 2024 – performing 11 intimate theatre shows in support of her arresting, recently released second album, Light, Dark, Light Again.

Tickets for Angie McMahon’s Australian and New Zealand shows will go on sale Tuesday 20 February (11am local time) via Frontier Members presale begins Friday 16 February (11am local time) – see website for full details.

Known for her transformative live performances and truthful storytelling, McMahon established herself as a global artist to watch in 2017, via her breakthrough indie-rock classic ‘Slow Mover’. Her 2019 debut album, Salt, reached #5 on the ARIA Album charts and earned multiple accolades, including the AIR Award for Best Independent Rock Album.

Released in October 2023, her eagerly anticipated follow-up, Light, Dark, Light Again, represents a bold and transformative step in McMahon’s musical journey – the album nominated by triple j for Australian Album of the Year and currently shortlisted as a finalist for the 2024 Australian Music Prize (AMP). Heralded as one of 2023’s best releases, it landed on multiple Best Of lists from outlets such as Rolling Stone AU (#3), Double J (#9), NME AU (#3), Pilerats (#1) and more, with mentions internationally from Hot Press to Consequence of Sound and more.

Co-produced by GRAMMY-nominated producer/songwriter Brad Cook (Bon Iver, Waxahatchee, Kevin Morby), McMahon’s latest album was written from the ashes of a tumultuous period marked by relationship changes, private breakdowns, and core-shaking revelations, songs resonating with hope, joy, and relief… as heard on early singles ‘Letting Go‘, ‘Saturn Returning’, and ‘Exploding’.

McMahon’s explosive live show, which has seen her perform alongside international acts such as Hozier and Mumford and Sons, has garnered her multiple award nominations so far in her career. McMahon will return to the USA for more tour dates in March, before she kicks off the AU/NZ tour, and then heading back to UK and Europe for a run of dates already sold out.

Light, Dark, Light Again is a record about facing the fear and learning it can be a portal to something bigger and better. It finds that the only certainty in life is that everything ends, and everything begins again – that there is life and death and life again, that there is light and dark and light again,” says McMahon about her Light, Dark, Light Again.

Joining Angie McMahon at all shows in Australia is special guest Annie-Rose Maloney, while in New Zealand she is supported by Kee’ahn.

Don’t miss the chance to witness Angie McMahon’s transformative and triumphant musical journey live: an unforgettable experience, showcasing her evolution into a bolder, bigger, and brighter sonic landscape.

For more information, visit

​With special guests Annie-Rose Maloney (AU) & Kee’ahn (NZ)
​MAY/JUNE 2024
Presented by Frontier Touring, WME and triple j

Runs 24 hours from: Friday 16 February (11am local time)
or until pre-sale allocation exhausted

Begins: Tuesday 20 February (11am local time)

Sunday 12 May
​Sydney Opera House Concert Hall, Eora/Sydney, NSW
All Ages

Wednesday 15 May
​The Tivoli, Meanjin/Brisbane, QLD

Friday 17 May
​Bar On The Hill, Mulubinba/Newcastle, NSW

Saturday 18 May
​Anita’s Theatre, Woolyungah/Thirroul, NSW
All Ages

Saturday 25 May
​Odeon Theatre, Nipaluna/Hobart, TAS
All Ages

Friday 31 May
​Forum Melbourne, Naarm/Melbourne, VIC

Saturday 1 June
​Ulumbarra Theatre, Dja Dja Wurrung/Bendigo, VIC
All Ages

Wednesday 5 June
​Perth Concert Hall, Boorlo/Perth, WA
All Ages

Friday 7 June
​Hindley Street Music Hall, Tarndanya/Adelaide, SA

Friday 14 June
​San Fran, Wellington, NZ

Saturday 15 June
​Powerstation, Auckland, NZ

Patrons are advised to purchase tickets only through authorised ticket sellers.

We cannot guarantee any ticket purchase made through any means other than the official ticketing agents listed on the Frontier website.













Mick Pacholli

Mick created TAGG - The Alternative Gig Guide in 1979 with Helmut Katterl, the world's first real Street Magazine. He had been involved with his fathers publishing business, Toorak Times and associated publications since 1972.  Mick was also involved in Melbourne's music scene for a number of years opening venues, discovering and managing bands and providing information and support for the industry. Mick has also created a number of local festivals and is involved in not for profit and supporting local charities.        

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