One of Australia’s most enduring musical forces, singer songwriter Paul Kelly, has this morning announced he’ll hit the road in July and August for his national ‘Spring And Fall’ tour.
Celebrating and performing the songs from his 19th studio album, the tour is extensive, taking in 22 shows including double dates in both Sydney and Melbourne, but the show will feature not only songs from the new record, but nuggets from his past and a few surprises.
Joining Paul in the support role for all dates will be hip hop artist Urthboy, with whom Paul collaborated on a cover of his own ‘From Little Things Big Things Grow’ and Hunters And Collectors’ ‘True Tears Of Joy’.
Tickets for all dates are on sale to the general public from 9am on Friday June 14.
July 23 : Cairns (Civic Theatre)
July 24 : Townsville (Civic Theatre)
July 26 : Rockhampton (Pilbeam Theatre)
July 27 : Bundaberg (Moncrieff Entertainment Centre)
July 28 : Maryborough (Brolga Theatre)
July 30 : Gold Coast (Arts Centre)
July 31 : Lake Kawana (Community Centre)
August 01 : Brisbane (QPAC Concert Hall)
August 03 : Port Macquarie (Glasshouse)
August 05 : Newcastle (Civic Theatre)
August 07 : Geelong (Playhouse)
August 08 : Melbourne (Recital Centre)
August 09 : Melbourne (Recital Centre)
August 11 : Ballarat (Regent Cinemas)
August 13 : Sydney (Recital Hall)
August 14 : Sydney (Recital Hall)
August 17 : Wollongong (Anita’s Theatre)
August 18 : Canberra (Llewellyn Hall)
August 20 : Adelaide (Town Hall)
August 22 : Perth (Regal Theatre)
August 29 : Launceston (Princess Theatre)
August 30 : Hobart (City Hall)