Singer Damien Leith has added five new regional dates to his forthcoming national theatre tour in support of his latest album ‘Roy’.
Damien’s Roy Orbison tribute album continues to hold in the ARIA top ten albums chart this week and has already been certified gold for sales of more than 35,000 copies. And despite his claims that “Well I can’t dance!” in our recent interview, he’s still doing rather well on a certain Sunday night TV show.
The new regional shows will see Damien performing in Wagga Wagga, Griffith, Cessnock and Taree in New South Wales as well as a show in Bendigo, Victoria. These are in addition to extra dates added recently which will also see him perform in Hobart and Launceston, as well as Canberra.
Tickets for the regional dates are on sale this Friday.
July 08 : Melbourne (The Palms At Crown)
July 09 : Canberra (Canberra Theatre)
July 16 : Sydney (Enmore Theatre)
July 22 : Adelaide (Her Majesty’s Theatre)
July 28 : Perth (Regal Theatre)
July 29 : Gold Coast (Jupiter’s Theatre)
August 13 : Canberra (Canberra Theatre)
August 26 : Hobart (Wrest Point Entertainment Centre)
August 27 : Launceston (Country Club)
September 02 : Wagga Wagga (Civic Centre) NEW SHOW
September 03 : Griffith (Regional Theatre) NEW SHOW
September 23 : Cessnock (Performing Arts Centre) NEW SHOW
September 24 : Taree (Manning Entertainment Centre) NEW SHOW
November 03 : Bendigo (The Capital) NEW SHOW
November 04 : Melbourne (The Palms At Crown)
November 05 : Wangaratta (Performing Arts Centre)