Conrad Sewell 'Big World' Tour
Conrad Sewell 'Big World' Tour
Select Music, Sony Music & HIT Network present

Conrad Sewell 'Big World' Tour

With special guests
Central Coast Leagues Club, Gosford (Gosford, NSW)
Sunday, 23 February 2020 7:00 pm
76 days away
18 Plus
Australian Artists
POP

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By 2019, Australia-raised and Los Angeles-based ARIA Award-winning, platinum-selling singer and songwriter Conrad Sewell had ascended to international renown. He garnered the coveted “Song of the Year” honor at the 2015 ARIA Awards for his breakout solo single “Start Again.” Next up the hit “Hold Me Up” clocked over 53 million Spotify streams and preceded his debut EP, All I Know . Between touring with Ed Sheeran, Maroon 5, and Kygo, he earned praise from Entertainment Weekly, Teen Vogue, Vice, NBC, and Nylon who proclaimed him to be “Australia’s next great pop export . ” Simultaneously, his voice carried to nearly every corner of the globe on Kygo’s “Firestone,” reaching RIAA platinum status, generating over 1 billion cumulative streams, and entertaining audiences everywhere from Coachella to Madison Square Garden. He joined forces with the late Avicii for the hit “Taste the Feeling” in addition to bringing “Sex, Love & Water” as a worldwide magical hit for Armin van Buuren. However, listeners truly get to know Conrad with the releases - “Come Clean,” “Changing,” & the platinum hit “Healing Hands” - all featured on his debut studio album, ‘LIFE.’ ‘LIFE,’ debuted at number one on the ARIA charts with Conrad holding nothing back, he confesses mistakes and tells his uncut story over minimal production driven by his bold, big, and bluesy wail. Sewell, recently wrapped up his biggest Australian tour to date, while his latest single ‘Big World’ is currently climbing the Australian charts.