Since breaking out onto the scene with his debut single, “Somethin’ ‘Bout A Truck,” in 2011, Kip Moore has steadily grown a cult following, both domestically and internationally. Feeding off the energy and demand from his expansive worldwide following, the Georgia native recently visited his fans down under with a string of five sold-out shows.
Co-headlining the dates with Lee Brice, Moore hit cities across Australia including The Winton Festival in Queensland (4/20), Brisbane, QLD (4/21), Newton, NSW (4/22), Tamworth, NSW (4/22) and concluding the run in Melbourne, VIC (4/25).
The trek wasn’t Moore’s first time circling the globe and likely won’t be his last as enjoys his shows there as much as the fans do.
“We went last year,” Moore told Sounds Like Nashville and other media in 2017. “One of the most amazing times I’ve ever had playing music was last year over in Australia. Once again, they knew every single bit of the music. I was so blown away by it, and not just the radio songs, it was everything from the records.”
The “Last Shot” singer documented this most recent trip with a set of posts to Instagram, soaking in every moment of his time with the fans. Among the posts were those of concert-goers singing a song called “The Bull” from his most recent record, SLOWHEART, louder than even Moore could manage.
Though his time in Australia may have come to a close, for now, Moore will continue bringing his music to the masses with he kicks off his headlining Plead the Fifth Tour across the United States and Canada, beginning in May.