Australia's Dami Im is one of the most revered pop artists of the new millennium. Arriving seemingly out of nowhere the classically trained musician, found herself a home in the sonic heart of Australia.

Born in South Korea, Dami won The X Factor on the strength of her astonishing voice and palpable sense of artistry. Without delay, she claimed the #1 spot on the ARIA charts with her platinum self-titled album ‘DAMI IM’ & single ‘Alive’. Since then, she's released three more acclaimed studio albums, including the Gold accredited 2014 release, ‘CLASSIC CARPENTERS’, which peaked at #3 on the ARIA album charts and gave rise to a sold out national tour. Dami then travelled to Sweden to represent Australia at The Eurovision Song Contest 2016—where she placed second in the world performing in front of an audience of 200 million with her power ballad & international smash, 'Sound of Silence’.

Singer-songwriter Dami Im returns with her new single ‘Crying Underwater’ releasing 13th September. Produced by Andy Mak the song explores the mind of a person who is unable to share the inner-struggles and lives day-to-day masking their emotions. It is co-written with Michael Tan who Dami has been collaborating with since 2016. Dami said on writing the song “Mike & I were reflecting about how hard it is for so many people to actually open up about their mental struggles and how easy it is to assume someone is okay when they’re not.”

Sony Music presents Dami Im’s ‘Dreamer Tour’ which has been crisscrossing up and down the East coast of Australia before concluding in Perth on 16 November.

Tour Dates:

Friday August 2 Ballina RSL, NSW

Saturday August 3 Saraton Theatre Grafton, NSW

Friday August 9 Orange Civic Theatre, NSW

Saturday August 10 Dubbo RSL, NSW

Friday August 16 Armidale RSL, NSW

Saturday August 17 Club Forster, NSW

Friday August 23 Wagga Civic Theatre, NSW

Saturday August 24 Albury Entertainment Centre, Vic

Friday August 30 Anita's Theatre Thirroul, NSW

Saturday August 31 Canberra Southern Cross Club, Act

Friday September 6 Arthouse Wyong, NSW

Saturday September 7 Port Macquarie Panthers, NSW

Friday September 27 The Palms At Crown, Vic

Saturday September 28 Wendouree Centre For Performing Arts, Vic

Friday October 4 Lighthouse Theatre Warrnambool, Vic

Saturday October 5 Horsham Town Hall, Vic

Sunday October 6 Capital Theatre Bendigo, Vic

Saturday October 19 The Tivoli Brisbane, Qld

Thursday October 24 The Metro Sydney, NSW

Friday October 25 Nelson Bay Diggers, NSW

Saturday October 26 Belmont 16s, NSW

Thursday November 14 Albany Entertainment Centre, WA

Friday November 15 Mandarah, WA

Saturday November 16 Astor Perth, WA