Abbie Chatfield set to hit the road as she announces ‘The Trauma Dump Tour’

Abbie Chatfield

“I’m so excited to be seeing all of your lovely faces again throughout April and May 2023!”

Abbie Chatfield is set to hit the road on The Trauma Dump Tour throughout April and May 2023.

Teaming up with Frontier Touring, Chatfield will bring The Trauma Dump Tour to the Palais Theatre, Melbourne on Friday 28 April, before heading on to Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide on Friday 5 May, then continuing west, playing Perth Concert Hall on Friday 12 May.

Chatfield then brings the show to the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) on Thursday 18 May, before a final hometown show at the Enmore Theatre Sydney on Saturday, 27 May.
Chatfield said: “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! Strap yourselves in, The Trauma Dump Tour shows are going to be wild.”

Chatfield also took to her Instagram to share the news with her followers. She wrote: “TOUR TOUR TOUR!!!!!!!! I’m so excited to be seeing all of your lovely faces again throughout April and May 2023!

“This time I’m touring solo, all me baby!! Plus some audience participation bc nothing can top a live nightmare fuel. Last year I was blessed with amazing guests, but this time I’m taking a v scary risk and have decided to chat to you all like we’ve just met in a club bathroom the day after a break up.”
Frontier Members will have access to pre-sale tickets from 10am local time on Thursday 2 February ahead of the general public on sale from 10am local time Monday 6 February. Tickets via

In addition to going on tour, Chatfield is the host of her highly successful It’s A Lot with Abbie Chatfield (LiSTNR) podcast, hit radio show Hot Nights With Abbie Chatfield (Hit Network).

The year ahead will also see Chatfield host the new Australian 10-episode show FBOY Island (Binge). The show 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.
See also: Abbie Chatfield named as host of Binge’s new reality series FBoy Island

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