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ChillCheney’s ‘Victor’ Tour: Tickets on Sale!

8 May 2024

Indigenous Hip Hop Sensation ChillCheney Unveils Plans for Electrifying Australian Tour


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ChillCheney, the dynamic Indigenous Australian hip hop artist hailing from Sydney, is thrilled to announce his inaugural EP tour, “Victor,” traversing through key cities across Australia. From the heart of the capital, Canberra, to the bustling streets of Melbourne, Newcastle, Sydney, Brisbane, and the tropical allure of Cairns, ChillCheney  is set to ignite stages with his unparalleled energy and lyrical prowess with his live band.

Inspired by his cultural heritage and urban experiences, ChillCheney’s debut EP, aptly titled “Victor,” offers a compelling narrative that resonates with audiences worldwide. Fusing traditional storytelling with contemporary beats, Victor’s music transcends boundaries, offering a fresh perspective on Indigenous identity and urban life.

The tour is scheduled to commence in Canberra on May 11th, 2024, where ChillCheney will command the spotlight with his electrifying performance at Live at the polo. From there, he will embark on a whirlwind journey, gracing stages across the nation until June 14th, 2024, culminating in a grand finale in Cairns.

“This tour is more than just music; it’s a celebration of culture, resilience, and unity,” says ChillCheney. “I’m excited to share my stories with audiences across Australia and beyond.”

Fans can expect an immersive experience as ChillCheney  brings his EP to life, delivering a mix of anthemic tracks and introspective melodies that showcase his evolution as an artist.

Tickets for the “Victor” Australian  tour are available for purchase via ChillCheney official website and affiliated ticketing platforms. Don’t miss your chance to witness history in the making as ChillCheney  takes the Australian hip hop scene by storm.

Don’t miss the opportunity to witness ChillCheney’s groundbreaking debut EP come to life on stage. Join us for an unforgettable journey through music, culture, and the soul of Indigenous hip hop.

For press inquiries, interviews, or additional information, please contact:

ChillCheney on  chillcheney@gmail.com

All ticket links: https://chillcheneymusic.wixsite.com/chillcheney

About ChillCheney: ChillCheney is from Wiradjuri mob and his music is, characterised by its emotional depth and dark undertones, pays homage to eminent artists such as Eminem, NF, Gnash, 6lack, Phora, Billie Eilish, and Lil Wayne.

His performance record includes, COOEE festival (2019), NAIDOC in The City festival at Hyde Park (2023) and Marrickville Festival (2023). He warmed the crowd for Drapht (2022) and also supported Tech N9ne at his Sydney show (2022). ChillCheney is currently orchestrating an exciting Australian tour set to take place in May and June, with captivating performances scheduled in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Cairns, Canberra, and Newcastle.

Image Credit: Sarah Kelly

Previous Support For ChillCheney

Raise Ya Hands”, which features I.K.P, is energetic and atmospheric, featuring dirty beats and vibey vocals”

Sam Benjamin  [Tone Deaf, The Brag and Rolling Stones’]

“I played ‘Raise Ya Hands’ for our music team and everyone really loved it.”

Reg Harris [FBI radio ex-music director]

“ Wow, what a great track. It’s head bobbing and groovy”David Whitehead [Marketing director of Roland Cloud]

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