Guy Sebastian, who became the first ever artist to represent Australia at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2015 with Tonight Again, will perform a one-night-only gig in London!
Ridin’ With You tour
After his 5th place finished in 2015 in Vienna, Sebastian will take his tour across to British shores to perform in front of his European and British fan base.
Kicking off at 6pm on Thursday 5th December, with some yet-to-be-announced special guests, Sebastian will grace the Heaven stage to perform his catalogue of hits.
Speaking this month at the announcement of the gig, Sebastian had this to say:
“I couldn’t be more excited to come over to London to play new music and songs my fans in the UK have supported! London audiences are always so much fun and it will be a great night with my band to be performing live.”Guy Sebastian
General admission tickets start at £16.50 while a ‘soundcheck masterclass’ ticket starts at £38.50 and the full VIP ‘meet & greet’ ticket is priced at £73.10.
The latter two ticket packages offer fans an intimate behind the scenes audience with Sebastian.
The packages include a preshow sound check party and music masterclass with a Q&A session with Sebastian. While VIP ticket holders have the chance to meet and take a photo with Sebastian as part of the package.
Tickets can be found via the official Live Nation ticketing website.
Guy Sebastian success
After winning the first ever Australian Idol in 2003, Sebastian has gone on to become one of the country’s most successful artists.
Sebastian is the only Australian male artist to have achieved six number one singles and two number one albums in Australian ARIA chart history. He also has over 400 million streams and over 7 million combined units sold worldwide.
His single Before I Go has been in the Australian radio airplay charts for the past 27 weeks. It has also been a hit in Europe with it peaking at Number One on the iTunes charts in the Netherlands, where he also performed the hit on The Voice Netherlands earlier this year.
The track has had over 19.5 million streams, with half of those being outside of Australia.
He is a mainstay on Australian television, appearing as a judge on the Australian version of The Voice, and The X Factor before that.