Jarryd James(AUS)

Thu 2 Dec 2021
Supported by Yb.
Event Passed

Date / Time

Doors 8:00PM
Licensed All Ages

Supported By



General Admission
Licensed All Ages


From $40

Event Passed


Due to border restrictions, Jarryd James scheduled for Wednesday 8 September 2021 has been rescheduled to Thursday 2 December 2021. 

"Hope you are all staying safe and looking after yourselves as best as you can - unfortunately because of this we have had to move the show to December 2nd. I’m looking forward to seeing you then 🤙🏼 Jarryd"

Your tickets will be valid for Thursday 2 December and you don’t need to do anything, just hold on to your tickets. If you require a refund, please follow the steps here. Refund requests must be submitted prior to 5pm on Friday 24 September 2021.

Launching the recently refurbished Princess Theatre is platinum selling ARIA Award winning Jarryd James with his first Brisbane show since putting out his critically acclaimed new album PM.

He has had more than 480 million streams, an ARIA top 5 album, two triple platinum-selling singles and has the 4th most Shazamed song in Australia over the last decade.

Jarryd's long awaited second album PM was released to critical acclaim in Australia and overseas. Co-produced by Jarryd, the album features production and collaborations with Clams Casino (A$AP Rocky, Vince Staples), Malay Ho (Frank Ocean, John Legend, Alicia Keys) FrancisGotHeat (Drake, Travis Scott) and Joel Little (Khalid, Lorde). P.M. was recorded in studios in Los Angeles, Nicaragua, Brisbane, Auckland and New York with Jarryd playing all the instruments on the album.

Jarryd will be supported by rising indie artist Yb. Signing off from a momentous year, 2021 has seen Yb. spotlighted as a triple j Unearthed feature artist, applauded with glowing reviews and triple j airplay for his single ‘DANCE WITH ME TODAY’. Expanding collaborative circles, Yb. headed to Sydney to work with Winston Surfshirt, Touch Sensitive and Stevan. Yb. has experienced a myriad of global Spotify editorial playlist moments, including landing on the cover of one of Spotify's biggest playlists, Front Left and becoming the poster artist for their latest advertising campaign.

Open Season is supported through Tourism and Events Queensland, the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland, and both the Live Music Australia Fund and the Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) – initiatives of the Australian Government.