Fans who missed out on tickets to see the magnificently mouthy Lily Allen play Big Day Out 2010 needn’t despair any longer – the princess of seditious pop has just announced three huge sideshows for January as well.
Last here in June of this year, Lily charmed Australian audiences with her cheeky repertoire and entertained them with songs from both her albums, including her most recent three-time platinum effort I’ts Not Me Its You. This time round is sure to be no different and Brisbane folk get the double treat with Dizzee Rascal and Calvin Harris both set to make guest appearances at the Riverstage show.
FasterLouder is proud to present the divine Miss Lily Allen:
Tuesday 19 January – Brisbane River Stage , Brisbane ( with very special guests Dizzee Rascal and Calvin Harris )
Thursday 21 January – Hordern Pavilion, Sydney
Thursday 28 January – Festival Hall, Melbourne
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After months of hearsay, the 2010 Big Day Out line-up has finally arrived.
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Ms Allen was ready to wow her fans in one of the most energetic concerts Melbourne has seen all year, with support from Cassette Kids.
The triumphant return of the trailblazing, Twittering tween favourite proved a night of surprises, dancing and good old-fashioned fun.
Lily's much awaited show is a musical sparkler - momentarily mesmerising but fizzles pretty quick.
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