Legendary performer Neil Diamond will return to Australia for the first time in six years for a series of concert dates in March next year. And the dates are spread out over pretty much the entire month, suggesting we’ll be seeing quite a bit of the superstar while he’s on Terra Australis.
After dates in Auckland and Wellington, the singer will kick off his Australian run of shows in Adelaide on Monday March 07, before moving on to Melbourne, the Hunter Valley, Brisbane, Sydney and finally Perth.
He’ll perform iconic songs from his back catalogue (‘Sweet Caroline’, ‘Cracklin Rosie’, ‘Cherry Cherry’ etc), as well as tracks from his brand new album ‘Dreams’, which is released this Friday.
Tickets for all shows are on sale on Tuesday November 09.
March 07 : Adelaide (Entertainment Centre)
March 11 : Melbourne (Rod Laver Arena)
March 13 : Melbourne (Rod Laver Arena)
March 19 : Hunter Valley (Hope Estate Winery)
March 21 : Brisbane (Entertainment Centre)
March 23 : Brisbane (Entertainment Centre)
March 26 : Sydney (Football Stadium)
March 29 : Perth (NIB Stadium)