Yngwie Malmsteen

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18 May
The Princess Theatre
Brisbane
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Legendary Guitar Virtuoso Yngwie Malmsteen to Embark on Highly Anticipated Australian Tour in May 2024

Australian fans of guitar virtuoso Yngwie Malmsteen are in for an electrifying treat as the maestro announces his long-awaited return to Australia for a series of shows in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney. 

This marks Malmsteen's first tour of Australia since 2015. 

Renowned for his unparalleled mastery of the guitar, Malmsteen has carved out a legendary career spanning over four decades. With his jaw-dropping technique, innovative style, and unparalleled showmanship, Malmsteen has become an icon in the world of rock and metal music and an influence on generations of guitar players.

Throughout his illustrious career, Malmsteen has garnered numerous accolades, including a Grammy, solidifying his status as one of the greatest guitarists of all time. 

As one of the pioneers of neo-classical rock and metal,  his virtuosic playing has earned him widespread acclaim from both fans and critics alike, and his influence on the world of guitar music is immeasurable.

Malmsteen's upcoming tour of Australia is set to be a retrospective of his incredible legacy, with a particular celebration of his ground breaking debut solo album, “_Yngwie J. Malmsteen’s Rising Force_” which celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2024.

Audiences can expect an unforgettable evening of blistering guitar solos, virtuosic performances, and timeless classics that have solidified Malmsteen's place in music history. Don't miss your chance to witness a true guitar legend in action.

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