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MJR Presents, TEG Live, and CADA

TYGA at QUDOS Bank Arena

Where
Qudos Bank Arena
Qudos Bank Arena
Olympic Boulevard, Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127
When

Sunday 18 December from 7pm to 11:55pm

Cost

Starting from: $89

Multi-platinum Grammy-nominated artist, TYGA has officially announced his triumphant return down under in 2022, with his largest-ever Australian tour set to land in December.

The It’s Too Loud I Can’t Hear You tour is kicking off at Perth’s iconic RAC Arena on 13 December, the six-day run will then see TYGA hit up Adelaide Entertainment Centre on 14 December, Brisbane Entertainment Centre on the 16th, John Cain Arena, Melbourne on 17th, and finish up with a massive show at QUDOS Bank Arena in Sydney on 18 December.

The upcoming 2022 tour marks TYGA’s first return trip to Australia since selling out venues across the country in 2019 on his headline tour, and wowing audiences at the inaugural Jumanji Festival in 2018. The sweep of concerts by an artist of TYGA’s calibre is a welcomed signifier of life returning to normal and large-scale, world class shows becoming reality again after two plus years.

This set promises an unattainable coolness, energy and hype. Newcomers and long-term fans alike will find themselves singing along at one point or another. He’ll be joined on stage by local artists Hooligan Hefs and Youngn Lipz.

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