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J-Pop icon Kyary Pamyu Pamyu returns to Australia

JAPANESE pop icon Kyary Pamyu Pamyu will perform in Sydney and Melbourne this June! Clara Ng has the details on what you can expect and where to secure tickets.

Brace yourself, Australia!

Japanese pop princess Kyary Pamyu Pamyu has just announced her second Australian tour and she’s about to take Sydney and Melbourne by storm (and bubblegum-coloured balloons). No stranger to pop-stardom, Kyary has released three full-length albums, toured the world and stirred up the global pop scene.

Kyary’s catchy tunes and an outrageous fashion sense draw comparisons to the likes of Lady Gaga. She also has a talent for making the scary kawaii; her music videos incorporate things like blank-faced dolls and giant skulls. This is not a warning though, as her live shows are usually sparkly, confetti-filled fiestas.

MTV calls her the ‘coolest girl on the planet’. Katy Perry is a fan. London crowds scream her name. Pop princess or ‘Fashion Monster’? You’ll have to see for yourself.

Kyary will perform at Big Top, Luna Park in Sydney on June 24 and at Festival Hall in Melbourne on June 25.

Pre-sale tickets to Kyary Pamyu Pamyu’s live concerts in Sydney and Melbourne are now available to purchase. General sale opens on March 18.

For more information about Kyary’s performance, visit Handsome Tours’ website

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