Kita Alexander

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20 Apr
Oxford Art Factory
Sydney
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Kita Alexander – Young In Love Album Tour

Rising star Kita Alexander is taking her highly awaited debut album ‘Young in Love’ on tour around Australia this April. The national tour will stop in Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane, SydneyMelbourne, and Canberra, supported by triple j. The tour is a follow up to her sold-out debut Australian tour earlier in the year.

Kita’s album tour will deliver her dynamic and captivating live show across the country. Expect to see fresh material off her upcoming album including ‘Queen’, ‘Date Night’, and ‘Best You Ever Had’.

This past year has been a momentous one for Kita Alexander. Having released a string of new singles, to selling out her debut headline tour, Kita collaborated with acclaimed Australian DJ, Fisher on ‘Atmosphere’ receiving immense support from BBC Radio1. The rising star also joined Morgan Evans in September as a special guest at his sold-out Sydney Opera House shows to perform their song ‘Date Night’– and earlier in the year – performed ‘Queen’ and a cover of ‘Stacy’s Mom’ by Fountain Of Wayne for triple j’s coveted Like A Version.

Kita’s impressive catalogue of highly lauded pop-anthems have garnered millions of global streams, including the 2 x ARIA Platinum single ‘Hotel’, the ARIA Platinum ‘Between You & I’ and 2 ARIA Gold singles ‘Damage Done’ and ‘Like You Want To’.

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We acknowledge that this event is held on the stolen lands of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to Elders, past, present and emerging. Sovereignty was never ceded.

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