Music, Pop
Press shot of pop artists Mika in a green suit.
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Time Out says

See this breakthrough 2000s artist performing old faves and his brand-new album in Melbourne this summer

Do you want to be like Grace Kelly? Do you want to relive the noughties with fabulous falsettos and danceable pop tracks? Then grab your lollipops and head to Mika’s Forum gig on February 27. 

The Beirut-born English pop artist will be sharing his new album, My Name is Michael Holbrook (which is indeed his name), and (we hope) a few golden oldies. We know you've boogied to the crescendo-filled ‘Grace Kelly’, the very boppy ‘Lollipop’, and his 2003 Ariana Grande collab, ‘Popular Song’. 

The fresh studio album is Mika’s fifth collection, and it is slightly more sombre than previous records, with wistful yet still grooveable hits like ‘Tomorrow’ and the heartfelt ‘Tiny Love’. But there are still plenty of cheeky fun in tracks like ‘Ice Cream’, which is getting us very excited for summer, and the shimmering, just-the-right-amount-of-sexy love song, ‘Sanremo’. 

Nab tickets from December 17 and get dancing.

By: Olivia Gee



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