Abbie Chatfield is heading out on the road this April and May, bringing her unique outlook and “chronic over-sharing” to five theatres across the country on The Trauma Dump Tour.

A month after cancelling her Beyond The Valley appearance after an exhausting 2022, Chatfield has announced a five-date tour that will fit around her radio gig, TV hosting and podcast hosting duties.

“I had an absolute blast sharing stories and opening the conversation with audiences on the A Hot Night... tour in 2022 so I thought it’s time to unleash my nightmare fuel and offload traumatic relationship stories with you in 2023,” Chatfield said in a statement. “Strap yourselves in, The Trauma Dump Tour shows are going to be wild.”

Kicking off at the Palais Theatre in Melbourne on Friday, 28th April, the tour will continue through Adelaide, Perth and Brisbane before finishing at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre Saturday, 27th May.

Chatfield started out as “the villain” and eventual runner-up on Network Ten’s flagship dating show The Bachelor, but in the three short years since Chatfield has proven she’s more than just another ‘Bachie’ babe.

The Queenslander hosts her own nationally-syndicated radio show, Hot Nights with Abbie Chatfield, and last year became a judge on The Masked Singer, launched her own clothing label, launched her own beer, toured for her podcast It’s A Lot with Abbie Chatfield, and co-hosted Fridayz Live with Fatman Scoop on the 2022 national tour.

She was also an ambassador for travel company KAYAK when they launched in Australia, telling everyone how they could bring out their “main character energy” at home and on holidays.

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2023 will see Chatfield host the new Australian reality show ‘FBOY Island’ on Binge, which follows three women as they try to find the ‘nice guys’ amongst a pool of self-proclaimed ‘fboys’ who are on the show to play the game and to win a cash prize.

Tickets for The Trauma Dump Tour go on sale for Frontier Touring members on Thursday, 2nd February at 10 am local time. General tickets will be on sale on Monday, 6th February.

Abbie Chatfield – The Trauma Dump Tour

Friday, 28th April – Palais Theatre, Melbourne, VIC

Friday, 5th May – Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide, SA

Friday, 12th May – Perth Concert Hall, Perth, WA

Thursday, 18th May – Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Brisbane, QLD

Saturday, 27th May – Enmore Theatre, Sydney, NSW

All shows contain adult content and are recommended for audiences 16 years and over.

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