MELBOURNE, AU (Apr 24, 2020) - Due to recent announcements by the Australian Government, Nicole Byer’s tour has been rescheduled.
Tickets for Sydney will be re-issued in the coming days. All tickets for Brisbane and Melbourne remain valid without the need for exchange, patrons unable to attend the new dates can obtain a refund from the point of purchase.
- Tue 12 Jan - Brisbane, The Tivoli (previously Tue 28 Apr)
- Thu 14 Jan - Sydney, Factory Theatre (previously Sun 3 May)
- Fri 15 Jan - Sydney, Factory Theatre (previously Sat 2 May)
- Sat 16 Jan - Sydney, Comedy Store (previously Fri 1 May)
- Sun 17 Jan - Sydney, Comedy Store (previously Thu 30 Apr)
- Tue 19 Jan - Melbourne, The Athenaeum (previously Tue 5 May)
For any questions relating to your ticket purchase, please contact your original point of purchase.
We apologise for any inconvenience and appreciate your patience.
Tickets for all shows are on sale now.
For complete tour, ticket information, visit: livenation.com.au.
Rising into the mainstream over the past two years as the host of Netflix’s surprise smash hit baking show, “Nailed It!”, now streaming on Netflix, Nicole has been named a “female comic to look out for” by Refinery 29 was featured in Time Out LA as a “comic to watch in 2015”. Nicole also stars in a sitcom loosely based on her life, streaming on Facebook Watch, called “Loosely Exactly Nicole” and also hosts a weekly podcast called, “Why Won't You Date Me?”. She also recently starred on the short-lived Fox sketch show “Party Over Here”.
You would have also seen her on MTV's “Girl Code”, “30 Rock”, “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon”, “Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates”, “@Midnight”, “Adult Swim”, “Chelsea Lately”, “Transparent”, “Lady Dynamite”, and in a Nestle commercial that only runs in Israel… She co-wrote and starred in the “Pursuit of Sexiness” which Variety named “a web series to watch”. She’s also been featured in Cosmopolitan, Ladies Home Journal, Elle and Ebony. Nicole has done lots of fun shit – Australia, are you ready?