Concert

Guy Sebastian

T.R.U.T.H. Tour

Date

Friday 20 - Wednesday 25 May 2022 7:00 PM

Venue

Margaret Court Arena

Six-time ARIA Award-winning singer-songwriter Guy Sebastian is set to bring his national T.R.U.T.H. Tour to Melbourne this May!

With special guest, Bella Taylor Smith, fans will be treated to a collection of Guy’s biggest smash hits, including ‘Bloodstone’ and global hit ‘Battle Scars’, as well as brand new music from the T.R.U.T.H. album, including ARIA Song Of The Year and four-time platinum mega-smash ‘Choir’, the defiant ‘Before I Go’, new single ‘Love on Display’ and the mesmerising power ballad, ‘Standing With You’.

With big songs, big ballads, amazing musicianship, heartfelt stories and of course, lots of dancing, this will be Guy’s greatest tour yet!

Running Times
  • The Everleigh Rooftop: 5:00pm
  • Doors Open: 6:00pm
  • Bella Taylor Smith: 7:00pm
  • Guy Sebastian: 8:00pm
  • Event Concludes: 10:00pm
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About guy sebastian

Singer-Songwriter and Producer, Guy Sebastian is one of Australia’s most popular and successful male artists, since first exploding through our TV sets and into our hearts as winner of the inaugural season of ‘Australian Idol’ back in 2003.

He is the only Australian male artist in ARIA history to have ever achieved 6 number one ARIA singles, and 3 number one albums.

About bella taylor smith

Bella Taylor (also known as Bella Taylor Smith) is a singer/songwriter based in Sydney, Australia.

Being a consistent force, music has impacted her life greatly and she would love nothing more than to continue sharing it with anyone and everyone willing to listen.

Her debut EP and first-ever release, “tell me how you really feel?”, remains very close to her heart as she explores the life she’s lived so far and all the heart work she’s done in the in between.

After winning The Voice Australia 2021 she has released a new single “Higher” which placed on the ARIA charts.