It looks like Dami Im is going to be one very busy girl throughout the rest of 2016.
Not only is she preparing to pop across to Sweden to represent us in the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest, as well as preparing for the release of her new covers album ‘Classic Carpenters’, but she’s just announced her first ever national tour. And it’s a doozy.
Kicking off in suburban Melbourne on Friday July 01, the massive ‘Yesterday Once More’ tour encompasses 34 shows on Fridays and Saturdays, right through to the middle of December. And only the Northern Territory misses out.
Brilliantly, those who’ve wished for a national tour ever since Dami’s win on ‘The X Factor’ back in 2013 will be pleased to note that she’ll also be performing the original hits that have made her famous, including ‘Alive’, ‘Super Love’ and ‘Gladiator’, along with tracks from her Carpenters covers LP.
Tickets for all shows are on sale now.
July 01 : Frankston (Arts Centre)
July 02 : Geelong (Costa Hall)
July 15 : Wollongong (Illawarra Performing Arts Centre)
July 16 : Canberra (Canberra Theatre)
July 22 : Chatswood (Concourse Theatre)
July 23 : Revesby (Revesby Workers Club)
July 29 : Dee Why (Dee Why RSL)
July 30 : Rooty Hill (Rooty Hill RSL)
August 05 : Mount Pritchard (Mounties)
August 06 : Wagga Wagga (Civic Centre)
August 12 : Merimbula (Club Sapphire)
August 13 : Nowra (Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre)
August 19 : Kingsford (South Sydney Juniors)
August 20 : Castle Hill (Castle Hill RSL)
August 27 : Belmont (Belmont 16s)
September 09 : Hurstville (Club Central)
September 10 : Cammeray (North Sydney Leagues)
September 17 : Campbelltown (The Cube)
September 18 : Gosford (Laycock Street Theatre)
October 07 : Orange (Orange Ex Services Club)
October 08 : Dubbo (Dubbo RSL)
October 14 : Hobart (Wrest Point Entertainment Centre)
October 15 : Launceston (Country Club)
October 22 : Wentworthville (Wenty Leagues Club)
November 04 : Brisbane (Kedron Wavell Services Club)
November 05 : Gold Coast (Twin Towns)
November 11 : Toowoomba (Empire Theatre)
November 12 : Caloundra (The Events Centre)
November 18 : Bendigo (Capital Theatre)
November 19 : Melbourne (Athenaeum Theatre)
November 25 : Port Macquarie (Panthers)
November 26 : Coffs Harbour (C-ex)
December 09 : Adelaide (Festival Centre)
December 10 : Perth (Astor Theatre)