Amy Shark is forced to cancel her upcoming Adelaide and Perth shows


Amy Shark is forced to cancel her upcoming Adelaide and Perth shows due to border closures after Covid outbreaks in several states

Amy Shark has cancelled her upcoming Adelaide and Perth concerts. 

The Adore You star was due to play at the RAC Arena on July 3, but has been forced to postponed the shows due to to border closures after Covid outbreaks in several states. The songstress has also cancelled her July 1 show in Adelaide. 

Amy apologised to her fans on Twitter and Instagram, writing: ‘I’m so sorry, this hurts and I’m shattered, but I’ll be there very soon! Love Amy x.’ 

Postponed: Amy Shark has been forced to cancel her upcoming Adelaide and Perth shows due to border closures after Covid outbreaks in several states

The ARIA award-winning singer said border closures had made it too difficult to perform in the two capitals.   

‘I have today been advised that due to state border closures and COVID-19 local government restrictions,’ she explained. 

‘The following shows in Adelaide and Perth will need to be postponed.’

No go:  The Adore You star was due to play at the RAC Arena on July 3, but has been forced to postponed the shows due to to border closures after Covid outbreaks in several states. The songstress has also cancelled her July 1 show in Adelaide

No go:  The Adore You star was due to play at the RAC Arena on July 3, but has been forced to postponed the shows due to to border closures after Covid outbreaks in several states. The songstress has also cancelled her July 1 show in Adelaide

She went on to say that ticketing teams would be in touch with ticketholders in the next 48 hours.  

It comes just weeks after Amy was forced to postpone her Melbourne concert at Rod Laver Arena on June 18. 

The show has since been moved to September 4. 

Several states in Australia have been forced into lockdown after a recent outbreak of Covid. 

Queensland will join New South Wales, the Northern Territory and Western Australia in lockdown after recording another two cases on Tuesday.  

Cases are expected to rise, with a number of positive cases not currently linked to clusters by contact tracers.  

So sorry: Amy apologised to her fans on Twitter and Instagram, writing: 'I'm so sorry, this hurts and I'm shattered, but I'll be there very soon! Love Amy x'

So sorry: Amy apologised to her fans on Twitter and Instagram, writing: ‘I’m so sorry, this hurts and I’m shattered, but I’ll be there very soon! Love Amy x’ 

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