Sia hasn’t toured Australia since 2011, the same year she appeared on David Guetta’s ‘Titanium’ and ‘Wild Ones’ by Flo Rida, and subsequently shot to U.S. stardom. Since then she has carved out a corner as a pop song maestro, penning massive hits for Rihanna, Kylie, Katy Perry, Beyonce and many more.
She has also enjoyed solo success as an enigmatic, elusive artist — she doesn’t want you to see her face, despite placing it prominently it on three early album covers — and her 2014 album 1000 Forms Of Fear, buoyed by massive hits ‘Chandelier’, ‘Elastic Heart’ and ‘The Greatest’, was her first to hit #1 in both Australia and the U.S.
So, she is an international star, and international stars play stadiums.
Sia has only announced two stadium shows: AAMI Park in Melbourne, and Allianz Stadium in Sydney (details below), giving fans in her hometown Adelaide plenty to complain about. It is possible that extra shows will be announced, but stadiums are hard to fill these days, and Sia has spent the past decade hiding.