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Eminem Expected To Announce 2014 Australian Tour In October

Eminem Australian Tour

Eminem is all ready to confirm a massive Australian and New Zealand tour in October, according to

Sources say that the tour will include single trips to Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Auckland. When confirmed, it will be the first time that Eminem will visit New Zealand, as well as being his first trip to Australia since 2011.

No official dates have been confirmed, but tickets will apparently go on sale sometime in October. The announcement is set to coincide with the release of Eminem’s new album MMLP2, which will be released Tuesday 5th November.

The album is a sequel to Eminem’s Grammy Award winning monster album, The Marshall Mathers LP. The album was groundbreaking at the time with it’s lyrical content, musical beats and views on contemporary society breaking boundaries.

Back to the tour announcement, sources say that a ‘big-name’ will support the rapper during his tour. A host of music’s biggest names are being thrown around including Iggy Azealia, T.I, J Cole and NeYo.

Eminem has already begun his preparation for his tour with a host of shows in the UK, including a gig at the Leeds Festival. Every show has received critical acclaim.


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