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AUSTIN MACKAY Live & Acoustic Sunday 30th June with support from Jared Healy

DOORS 2:30PM Golden Vine Hotel

After a massive year in 2023 playing shows across Australia & New Zealand, Austin Mackay announces his first ever regional Australian headline tour. Fresh off the road supporting the likes of Morgan Evans and Brad Cox, Austin is well and truly making his mark as “the new kid on the block” in Australian country music, with his charming stage prescence and poignant storytelling having quickly struck a chord with working-class, country music fans across the homeland.

The ‘Live & Acoustic’ tour will see the up-and-coming Singer/Songwriter grace the stage for 15 intimate, regional shows across June & July, bringing with him a collection of brand new songs and stories, along with some old favourites.

Tickets for the ‘Live & Acoustic’ tour are on sale now. Get them while they last.

Hailing from Newcastle NSW, Austin Mackay is known for his diverse
approach to songwriting that seamlessly blends heartfelt folk melodies with
a dynamic country/rock energy. Drawing on the influences of James Bay,
John Mayer and Chris Stapleton, Austin spent years crafting his own fusion
of country/folk/rock, brought to life through his raw storytelling and
captivating deliveries.
Austin’s charming stage presence has seen him support the likes of Brad
Cox, The Dreggs, Kim Churchill and Thirsty Merc (to name a few), as well as
playing at a number of renowned Australian festivals including ‘Byron Bay
Bluesfest’ and ‘Springtime Festival’. With his natural ability to delight
audiences, Austin is no stranger to the stage, having been living out of his
van on the road for the past three years, playing sold-out shows across
Australia and New Zealand.
The lure of Austin’s music can be felt across mediums, with his discography
gaining more than 2 million streams on Spotify alone, in his first years
releasing music. The past year has seen Austin deliver a number of new
tracks in singles ‘Call Me Lover, ‘Real Life’ and ‘Since Autumn’, all
highlighting different sonic strengths in the lead up to his latest release, the
country/folk heartbreak ballad that is ‘Rivers’

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