A host of A-list global superstars are set to tour Australia in the near future, including Beyoncé, Madonna and Kylie Minogue.
Minogue, 55, AC/DC and Pearl Jam are scheduled to hold concerts in Australia later this year, while a host of other big artists are also rumoured to be planning an Aussie tour.
This includes The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Beyoncé, Madonna and Green Day, all of whom promoters are reportedly working hard to book for Down Under.
‘Superstar acts will keep coming here as long as there is demand, and right now the appetite is very strong,’ an insider told the Herald Sun.
‘People want to go out to see their favourites. They really value that.’
A host of A-list global superstars are set to tour Australia in the near future, including Beyoncé (pictured), Madonna and Kylie Minogue
Many of these bands are currently performing world tours and it is simply a matter of working out the logistics to bring them to Australia.
US rockers Pearl Jam recently hinted on Instagram that they would soon be coming to Australia, by sharing a cheeky post.
‘Are you koala-fied for our ticket presales? Hop to it, mate!#TenDaysOfPJ,’ they wrote, alongside a clip of them performing in Melbourne in the ’90s.
Kylie Minogue (pictured), AC/ DC and Pearl Jam are scheduled to hold concerts in Australia later this year, while a host of other big artists are also rumoured to be planning an Aussie tour
It is set to be a huge year for music lovers, with many world famous acts coming to Australia across 2024, including Taylor Swift, Coldplay and Pink.
Other big artists set to perform Down Under this year include the Jonas Brothers, Blink 182, Macklemore and James Taylor.
Many of these artists have new albums out and are said to be excited about performing their latest songs to an Australian crowd.
A host of other popular artists are also said to be in talks about touring the country, including Avril Lavigne, Take That, The Cure, The Eagles and Olivia Rodrigo.
Madonna (pictured) may also be touring Australia over the next few years