KLP Announces ‘Can’t Handle’ Tour of Australia & New Zealand


KLP Is Set To Fire Up Winter With 14-Date ‘Can’t Handle’ Tour of Australia & New Zealand.

The temperature might be dropping to Antarctic levels in some parts of the country, but KLP is set to warm up your winter with a huge 14-date tour of Australia and New Zealand. The Can’t Handle Tour will kick off in Brisbane on July 2nd, before heading all around Australia throughout July and August, plus taking in Dunedin, Hamilton and Auckland in New Zealand. If you can’t handle the heat, step away from the dancefloor now!

On getting back on the road, KLP said, “It’s been a rough few years and I can’t wait to get back out there and fire up some dancefloors across Australia. It’s been way too long in between dances with you!”

The Can’t Handle Tour will celebrate the upcoming second single from KLP’s soon to be released EP. The single, co-written and co-produced with Dave Winnel (whose banging triple j Like A Version KLP recently featured on) will be dropping at the end of June and is the follow up to KLP’s recently released heater ‘Busy Dancing’ and 2021 single ‘Eat The Runway’ featuring LaLa Ri from Ru Paul’s Drag Race.

KLP aka Kristy Lee Peters, is the Sydney-based, 4 x ARIA nominated performer, producer and former triple j broadcaster. KLP’s previous releases include the platinum accredited record ‘Energy’, in collaboration with Stace Cadet, which saw the duo nominated for an ARIA Award as well as land at #21 in triple j’s Hottest 100 of 2020. Working with high profile artists including What So Not, Skrillex, Slumberjack and appearing at festivals including Splendour In The Grass, Falls Festival, Party In The Paddock and more, KLP has solidified her position as a pillar of the global dance music community.

Don’t miss your chance to heat up the dancefloor with KLP this winter on the Can’t Handle Tour.


KLP Can’t Handle Tour

2nd July: La La Land, Brisbane

9th July: Drifters Wharf, Gosford

14th July: Union Hall, Dunedin

15th July: Factory, Hamilton

16th July: AV Club, Auckland

21st July: Mayberry, Darwin

22nd July: Old Soul, Maroochydore

23rd July: Tusk, Wollongong

30th July: Label, Brookvale

5th August: Maali, Sydney

6th August: B Social Festival, Mackay

13th August: Alpine Hotel, Thredbo

20th August: Newcastle Hotel, Newcastle

27th August: Beer Deluxe, Albury

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