Sanchez will now deliver his captivating live show to expanded audiences, playing Melbourne’s 170 Russell on Monday 5 June, Sydney’s Metro Theatre on Tuesday 6 June for an all-ages crowd, and Brisbane’s The Princess Theatre on Thursday 8 June.
He will stop at Auckland’s Powerstation on Saturday 10 June to close out his Antipodean visit. Tickets to all upgraded and newly announced shows will go on general public sale at 2pm AEDT TODAY. Visit frontiertouring.com/stephensanchez for more information.
After a wildly successful 2022, Stephen Sanchez is on a fast upward trajectory. The Platinum-certified star-on-the-rise transcends eras, writing the kind of songs that can play just as well from your parent’s vintage record player as they could from the main stages of the world’s major festivals.
As the story goes, Stephen Sanchez initially stirred up early buzz with his very first upload ‘Lady By The Sea’ going viral on social media and establishing rapport with audiences. Not long after, his original breakout ‘Until I Found You’ properly introduced a spirited signature style. Anchored by a dreamy croon and breezy guitar wrapped in silky harmonies, ‘Until I Found You’ has accrued over 1 billion global streams between the original, piano version, and duet with pop singer and songwriter Em Beihold (whose version hit Top 10 on the Spotify Global chart).
The song hit Top 25 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart, as his monthly listenership has grown to over 34 million on Spotify. His voice has been described as “literal perfection, no flaws, crisp and powerful” (Echo), and the young artist counts the likes of Sir Elton John amongst his fans, the superstar professing, “I just fell in love with this song and his voice. It’s such a brilliant song. It’s a throwback to 1950’s music.”
Don’t miss your chance to experience the magic of Stephen Sanchez live, on his debut Australia and New Zealand dates this June!
Location Te wāhi
The PowerstationPlan your route
Getting there Te huarahi ki reira
Parking can be tricky in the area, so consider using public transportation or carpooling with friends. A number of bus routes run very close to the venue.
Local tip He tīwhiri mō te rohe
Arrive early to secure a good spot near the stage.