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Bec Stevens - Big Worry Album Tour w/Sick Visor
Even after a whirlwind first half of the year, Tassie-born and Melbourne-based singer-songwriter Bec Stevens is not showing any signs of slowing down. Today, she officially announces theBig Worry tour, which includes her first headlining shows in nearly four years to officially launch her (formerly) long-awaited debut studio album. The headlining shows – taking in her former home base of Adelaide, Hobart, Sydney and her current locale of Melbourne.
After seeing out 2022 on the main stage of Falls Festival at the iconic Sidney Myer Music Bowl in Melbourne, Stevens has since gone on to become one of the most prolific touring acts on the Australian circuit in 2023. Either with a rotating-cast band or as a solo troubadour, the Beauty Point native served as a support act for both reunited pop-punk legends Kisschasy on their comeback tour and for Sly Withers on two separate national runs – one acoustic, one electric. “Three tours so far this year... what's one more?” Stevens quips. “I can't wait to share this album live in full with lots of special guests and friends all over the country.”
At all four of her headlining shows, Stevens and her band will be joined by Melbourne duo Sick Visor as main support. The charming pop-rock band – composed of former Columbus frontman Alex Moses and former Baby Shower drummer Katie Lovelock – released their debut EPFor Wise People Who Appreciate Qualityin November 2022.
If you've been charmed by Stevens' heart-on-sleeve songwriting through her multiple support slots, allow this tour to welcome you back into her world. If you've been seeing the name around and wondering what the fuss is about, now's your chance to see for yourself. Any way you cut it, you're running low on excuses for not catching a Bec Stevens show this coming August.
Bec Stevens 'Big Worry' Album Tour // Crown & Anchor // Saturday 5 August, 2023