Australian pop group 5 Seconds of Summer 5SOS 2022 are touring Australia from the end of November through December with their 5SOS5 tour. They are playing in Perth on Wednesday November 30 at HBF Stadium. Then they head to Brisbane on Friday 2 December and next to Melbourne on Sunday 4 December. They return to Queensland for a gig in Surfers Paradise before doing a show in Newcastle on Wednesday 7 December, 5SOS finish in Sydney at the Opera House Forecourt for two shows in Friday 9 December and Saturday. Check all the dates and ticket links below.
The No Shame tour rescheduled from a year previous at the end of 2021 is now 5SOS5 Tour. It is a homecoming for the Sydney born band who are living the high life OS since their highly successful self titled debut album in 2014. No Shame is a single of their fourth studio album Calm. Released in March 2020. Their 5th album 5SOS5 is due out 22 September 2022.
There are VIP early Soundcheck tickets available at each event, and collectors tickets an upgrade extra for those wanting to have memorabilia that could be worth something in the future. Options are available at the same ticket link for each venue.
5 Seconds Of Summer 5SOS 2022 Tour Dates
Wed 30 NOV – HBF Stadium Perth – WA – Tickets available at Ticketmaster.
Fri 2 DEC Riverstage Brisbane – QLD – Tickets at Ticketmaster.
Sun 4 DEC Sidney Myer Music Bowl – Melbourne – VIC – Tickets available at Ticketek.
Tue 6 DEC HOTA (Home of the Arts) – Surfers Paradise – QLD – Tickets at HOTA website.
Wed 7 DEC Bar on the Hill, Newcastle University – Newcastle – NSW – Tickets at Moshtix.
Fri 9 DEC Sydney Opera House – Forecourt – Sydney – NSW – Tickets available at Opera House website.
Sat 10 DEC Sydney Opera House – Forecourt – Sydney – NSW – Tickets available at Opera House website. (ONLY VIP TIX remain for SAT)
5SOS: Luke Hemmings (vocals/guitar), Michael Clifford (vocals/guitar), Calum Hood (vocals/bass) and Ashton Irwin (vocals/drums). Recognized with a plethora of prestigious accolades including an American Music Award, a People’s Choice Award, two iHeartRadio Music Awards, eight MTV European Music Awards, five ARIA Awards, two APRA, two MTV Video Music Awards, and a partridge in a pear tree. Yeah, nah that last one was wrong.