Mac Miller Cancels Australian Tour

Sad news, folks. Mac Miller has cancelled his upcoming Australian tour only days before he was supposed to touch down to perform at festivals across the New Years period.

Miller cites exhaustion as the reason – and considering the year he’s had, including months of touring and a huge album release, we have no reason to suspect otherwise.

The artist, who released his album GO:OD AM back in September, took to Twitter to announce the news and apologise to his fans.

Miller was set to perform at Origin NYE in Perth, as well as headline slots in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

Origin NYE also released a statement via their Facebook page, stating, “Look it sucks, but we’re not going to let it stop us from having an amazing NYE. We’ve tried to do everything in our power to help the artist honour his commitments however there is nothing we can do. We thank you for your understanding.”

This would have marked Miller’s first visit to Australia since early 2014, where he performed at the final ever Big Day Out, and supported Snoop Dogg throughout his national headline tour.

We’d like to wish Mac all the best for a speedy recovery, and fingers crossed it won’t be long before we can welcome him back to Australia!