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BBE & triple j present Skepta - Melbourne *cancelled*


170 Russell
170 Russell St 3000 Melbourne Australia
With the deepest disappointment we must announce that Skepta is not able to travel to Australia and New Zealand at this time for an unexpected and personal reason. His tour, planned to commence on Saturday 17 September 2016 is regrettably cancelled.

Full ticket refunds will be available on all shows from point of purchase. We are working in close conjunction with the Artist's booking agency and management in order to organise a new run of shows in 2017.

You will receive an email from your local ticketing agency on how to obtain your refund. If you have any questions about ticketing or the refund process, you can contact:

Call 1300 724 867 or email info@ticketscout.com.au

If you have a ticket to the Sept 25 show, you may have a Moshtix ticket.
Call 1300 438 849

We truly and sincerely apologise for any inconvenience caused.


Having made his Australian live debut earlier this year playing the likes of FOMO Festival, Beyond The Valley and Origin NYE, thanks to BBE and triple j, UK’s top grime export SKEPTA is making his highly anticipated return to our shores.

This will be SKEPTA’s first ever headline tour and biggest run of shows to date will see him perform in seven cities across Australia and NZ. This news comes after the release of his highly anticipated album Konnichiwa, featuring two silver-certified hits and guest appearances from A$AP Mob and a collaboration with Pharrell Williams. Now a decade into his MC career, Konnichiwa marks SKEPTA’s fourth full length studio release, and it’s monumental success embodies a scene’s ability to shift on its own terms.

From his humble London beginnings to co-signs from the likes of Kanye West and Drake, SKEPTA is an artist truly at the top of his game. His single Shutdown now sits at over thirty million listens online, and his album has been streamed over 45 million times on Spotify following its release this May.