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Keith Urban And Carrie Underwood Confirm December Australian Tour

Friday, 08 April 2016 Written by Jon Stickler

Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood will team up for a joint tour of Australia at the end of the year.

The country star will head down under in December for the Australian leg of his Ripcord world tour, with arena and stadium shows planned in Adelaide, Melbourne, Bruce, Sydney and two nights in Brisbane. Speaking about the dates, Urban said:

"The last time we brought our tour to Australia the energy level was off the hook - unlike anything that we’d ever seen before... And I can tell you now, that the music on this album 'Ripcord', is born of and made for playing live. It’s gonna go to a whole other level and I can’t wait to get it airborne!!"

With 'Ripcord' scheduled for release on May 16, Urban collaborated with Underwood on the track, The Fighter, as well as working with Pitbull and Nile Rodgers.

Tickets for the tour are on sale at 2pm on April 15.

Keith Urban Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Tue December 06 2016 - ADELAIDE Entertainment Centre
Thu December 08 2016 - MELBOURNE Rod Laver Arena
Sat December 10 2016 - BRUCE GIO Stadium
Mon December 12 2016 - SYDNEY Allphones Arena
Fri December 16 2016 - BRISBANE Entertainment Centre
Sat December 17 2016 - BRISBANE Entertainment Centre

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