Legendary performer Leo Sayer will hit live stages across the country early in the new year on what’s his first solo national tour in more than four years.
As the header suggests, he’ll be playing tracks from a forthcoming studio album entitled ‘The Restless Years’ (due January 23), but he won’t be letting long-time fans down, rolling out the hits that have made him famous for more than 40 years including ‘Thunder In My Heart’, ‘More Than I Can Say’ and the classic ‘You Make Me Feel Like Dancing’.
“I’m really excited to be starting 2015 with a big national tour and my new album ‘Restless Years’. We’ve got a great band and new material, a bunch of classic hits and I’m raring to go. See you soon!” the singer said in a statement.
The extensive run of dates kicks off in Port Lincoln on February 04 before winding up in Hobart on April 12.
Tickets for all shows are on sale at 10am local time on Monday November 24, with the exception of the Seymour Centre show in Sydney, tickets for which are on sale on Wednesday November 26.
February 04 : Port Lincoln (Nautilus Arts Centre)
February 05 : Whyalla (Middleback Theatre)
February 06 : Port Pirie (Northern Festival Centre)
February 07 : Adelaide (Her Majesty’s Theatre)
February 08 : Mount Gambier (Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre)
February 11 : Albany (Entertainment Centre)
February 12 : Bunbury (Regional Entertainment Centre)
February 14 : Mundaring (Mundaring Weir Hotel)
February 15 : Joondalup (Joondalup Resort)
February 25 : Sale (Esso BHP Billiton Entertainment Centre)
February 26 : Warragul (West Gippsland Arts Centre)
February 27 : Bendigo (Capital Theatre)
February 28 : Albury (SS&A Club)
March 04 : Warrnambool (Lighthouse Theatre)
March 05 : Ballarat (Regent Multiplex)
March 06 : Melbourne (The Palms At Crown)
March 07 : Geelong (GPAC)
March 11 : Dubbo (Regional Theatre)
March 12 : Tamworth (Wests Leagues Club)
March 13 : Newcastle (Wests Leagues)
March 14 : Wollongong (Anita’s Theatre)
March 19 : Brisbane (The Tivoli)
March 20 : Redland (Performing Arts Centre)
March 21 : Ipswich (Civic Centre)
March 22 : Caloundra (Events Centre)
April 09 : Sydney (York Theatre)
April 10 : Canberra (Theatre Centre)
April 11 : Launceston (Country Club)
April 12 : Hobart (Wrest Point Entertainment Centre)