The Gamilaraay singer songwriter and ARIA Award winner Thelma Plum has recently announced the rescheduled dates for her upcoming Australia wide 'Homecoming Queen' tour, originally scheduled for May-July. This is the light at the end of the tunnel, for many loving fans, in spite of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Thelma Plum has had a massive twelve months. In July last year she released her debut album ‘Better in Blak,' which went on to recieve a number of awards these being; placing second in the Triple J album of the year, receiving six ARIA nominations (including Album of the Year, Best Pop Release, Best Female and Breakthrough Artist), two APRA nominations, two National Indigenous Music Award nominations (for Album and Song of the Year) and, with three songs in the Hottest 100 including the album’s title track at #9, she became the highest fan voted indigenous artist in the history of the poll.

Over sixty million global streams, a national sold out tour and a debut London show that sold out two months in advance – it was, truly, a monumental twelve months.

Taking a break to record "These Days"

Whilst busy writing new music for her forthcoming sophomore album, Thelma took a break to record “These Days” that soundtracks the new CBA We Can.Together. Campaign, which captures life as it currently is for so many Australians, highlighting a country coming together in support of one another, making the best of what is what is indeed a unique situation, while Thelma’s rendition of “These Days” adds a beautiful, poignant feel to the storyline.

Thelma comments “I was given the chance to record a song I grew up with, and as a Brissie local, I already know a couple of the Powderfinger guys so of course, I said yes. I even recorded parts of it in Ian’s (Haug, Powderfinger guitarist) studio, which made it feel even more natural.”

Tickets now on sale

With new music on the way later this year, Thelma’s highly anticipated national Homecoming Queen tour which special guest Kira Puru, has now been re-scheduled to November/December this year. The tour is due to start on the 11th November in Margaret River, WA. Tickets  details available at


Wednesday 11th November – The River, Margaret River WA

Thursday 12th November – Astor Theatre, Perth WA

Sunday 15th November – The Gov, Hindmarsh, SA

Friday 20th November – Armitage Center, Toowoomba QLD

Saturday 21st November – Big Pineapple Festival 2020, Woombye QLD

Thursday 26th November – Anita’s Theatre, Thirroul NSW

Friday 27th November – Metro Theatre, Sydney NSW SOLD OUT

Saturday 28th November – Metro Theatre, Sydney NSW *Second Show

Sunday 29th November – Forum, Melbourne VIC

Friday 4th December – Torquay Hotel, Torquay VIC SOLD OUT

Saturday 5th December – Torquay Hotel, Torquay VIC *Second Show

Thursday 10th December – Newcastle Exhibition & Convention Centre, Newcastle NSW

Friday 11th December – UC Refectory, Canberra ACT

Saturday 12th December – The Uni Bar Hobart, Sandy Bay TAS

Friday 18th December – Kingscliff Beach Hotel, Kingscliff NSW

Saturday 19th December – Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane QLD




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