After playing sold-out rooms throughout the UK, Europe and Asia, and making history as the youngest male artist to sell out Sydney’s iconic Opera House (twice), ARIA-award winning multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and performer Ruel will release his highly anticipated sophomore EP FREE TIME on Friday 13 September and embark on his most ambitious tour to date.
The tour kicks off on Thursday 19 September in Brisbane, before hitting Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Hobart. Throughout the run, Ruel will treat fans to a completely new stage production and brand new music from the new EP.
The EP’s first single Painkiller has already gathered over 20 million streams in just two months, adding toRuel’s overall 300 million+ global streams. The new body of work is the next step in the evolution of an artist who began playing guitar and writing songs at only 8 years of age. It demostrates Ruel’s maturity as a songwriter able take on any genre and unsatisfied staying in the lanes of Pop and RnB.
2019 saw the star collaborating with Australian legends Hilltop Hoods for their track ‘Fire & Grace’ and later performing with them on the main stage at this year’s Splendour in the Grass Festival. He also recently performed at California’s legendary Coachella festival with British producer SG Lewis on their electro collaboration ‘Flames’.
All Ages Policy
Thebarton Theatre – Adelaide
This is an all-ages event. All patrons must hold a ticket regardless of age. It is recommended that patrons 15 years and under are accompanied by a paying adult.
Festival Hall – Melbourne
Dancefloor and Reserved Seating in Sections 9,10,11 & 12 are unlicensed areas. All ages ticket holders may access these areas. 18+ Years patrons on the Dancefloor will have access to a bar downstairs & require Photo I.D. for entry. Sections 9,10,11 & 12 do not have access to bars serving alcohol. Reserved Seating in the Balcony is a licensed area. Photo I.D. (One of the 5 government approved only; learners & drivers licence, passport, keypass, proof of age card) must be shown at the door to gain entry. Persons under 18 years cannot access this area.
Shed 10 – Auckland
Children under 3 are not permitted entry into this event, all patrons require a ticket for entry. Children aged 14 and under must be accompanied by a caregiver who attends the event with the child.
Odeon – Hobart
No person will be able to purchase or consume alcohol unless they have valid photo identification. Patrons aged 15 to 18 should be accompanied by a responsible person over the age of 18. Patrons under 15 years MUST be accompanied by a parent or guardian and supervised at all times.
Hordern Pavilion – Sydney
We recommend patrons 15 years and under be accompanied by a responsible adult.