Jackson Dean Announces Debut Headline Australian Dates

July 6, 2023 11:25 pm in by

Jackson Dean will make his Australian debut this October, performing intimate headline shows at Sydney’s Factory Theatre (October 18) and Melbourne’s Corner Hotel (October 25).

The 22-year-old burst onto the scene in 2022 with his critically acclaimed album, Greenbroke, and made waves with his history-making debut #1 single, Don’t Come Lookin’. 

Now, with more than 200 million global streams, Don’t Come Lookin’ positioned Dean firmly on the world stage after being featured on Paramount’s biggest show of the year, Yellowstone, and The Ice Road (Netflix), becoming the fastest debut to reach #1 in the US in 2022 and cementing Dean as the youngest solo male country artist to reach the top of the charts with a debut.

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Dean has become one of the most buzzed about new artists, having been named to a slew of artist watch programs and accolades including Spotify’s Hot Country Artists to Watch 2023, CMT’s Listen Up Class of 2023, Amazon Music’s 2023 Breakthrough Artists to Watch: Country Class as well as Apple Music’s Country Riser program

As quick as his reputation for his old school, gritty, outlaw style of country music grows, so is his notoriety for his powerful, electric live show. Dean delivers live performances so captivating it had to be captured and released as a full vinyl album. His recently released Live At The Ryman is a testament to his raw talent.

The Frontier Members pre-sale commences Tuesday 11 July at 10am AEST before the general public on sale kicks off Thursday 13 July at 10am AEST. 

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Factory Theatre | Sydney NSW (18+)

Corner Hotel | Melbourne VIC (18+)

Dean is also performing at Groundwater Country Music this October along with Lee Kernaghan, Amber Lawrence, Casey Barnes, Asleep At The Wheel and more.

Having joined bills with superstar acts like Kane Brown, Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert, Brooks & Dunn, Toby Keith and HARDY and hitting the stage at major US festivals Stagecoach and Austin City Limits, 2023 has also been a huge year of touring for the multi-instrumentalist. Dean is gearing up to play shows with Luke Bryan beginning this weekend and will warm audiences for Eric Church, Parker McCollum and Jon Pardi later this year, before he reaches Australia for the very first time.


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Keep up to date with Jackson Dean on his Facebook page here.

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