Making her Opera House debut, Brooklyn’s beguiling singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten electrifies the Vivid LIVE stage on the back of her sonically dazzling new record, Remind Me Tomorrow.

Sharon Van Etten


Bennelong Point
2000 NSW

Sydney Opera House
Sharon Van Etten
Sharon Van Etten

Event Details

It’s been a long four years since acclaimed singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten graced our shores, but the wait has been more than worth it. The Brooklyn star is set to make her Sydney Opera House debut in the magnificent Joan Sutherland Theatre, taking the stage with her full band for an electrifying one-night-only performance that draws heavily from her latest masterpiece, the synth-driven, experimental pop opus Remind Me Tomorrow.

After a musical break spent having a baby, studying psychology, and exploring acting (including an appearance on David Lynch’s Twin Peaks), Van Etten returned in January with her sublime fifth album, Remind Me Tomorrow. Featuring future classics “Seventeen” and “Comeback Kid”, it’s a sonically adventurous landscape that recasts her guitar-driven honesty in pulsing electronic pop, a record that Pitchfork called “the peak of her songwriting and her most atmospheric, emotionally piercing album to date.”

General Public tickets on sale Friday 22 March 2019.

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