Damien Leith has to be one of the hardest working performers in the game, confirming ‘Roy’ regional tour, with dates stretching through the first half of 2017.
His ‘Roy’ tour visited Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Gold Coast and Hobart back in April this year and he’s currently a third of the way through his 37 date 10th anniversary tour across the country, but that hasn’t stopped him from announcing 25 ‘Roy’ shows in regional areas throughout 2017.
“I’m a country boy at heart, originating from a small village in Ireland called Milltown, so regional tours are special to me,” Damien explains. “Touring in regional areas around Australia is an amazing experience. I always meet great salt to the earth people and the whole vibe and atmosphere in a show is electric. Audiences really appreciate you being there and there is always a great sense of community.”
The tour kicks off in Tamworth on February 17 and will make stops in regional centres throughout New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland and South Australia, with shows stretching right through to the middle of July.
Tickets for all dates are on sale now.
February 17 : Tamworth (Capitol Theatre)
February 18 : Gosford (Laycock Street Theatre)
February 24 : Traralgon (Town Hall)
February 25 : Ringwood (Karralyka Theatre)
March 03 : Horsham (Wesley Performing Arts Centre)
March 04 : Shepparton (Westside Performing Arts Centre)
March 10 : Orange (Civic Theatre)
March 11 : Springwood (Blue Mountains Theatre & Community Hub)
March 17 : Rockhampton (Pilbeam Theatre)
March 18 : Bundaberg (Moncrieff Theatre)
April 08 : Lennox Head (Park Lane Theatre)
April 09 : Coffs Harbour (Jetty Theatre)
April 21 : Colac (COPACC)
April 22 : Werribee (Wyndham Cultural Centre)
May 12 : Cleveland (Redland Performing Arts Centre)
May 13 : Caloundra (The Events Centre)
June 23 : Wonthaggi (Arts Centre)
June 24 : Kyneton (Arts Centre)
July 01 : Port Macquarie (The Glasshouse)
July 06 : Port Pirie (Northern Festival Centre)
July 07 : Renmark (Chaffey Theatre)
July 08 : Tanunda (Barossa Arts & Convention Centre)
July 14 : Bairnsdale (Forge Theatre)
July 15 : Dandenong (Drum Theatre)
July 16 : Swan Hill (Town Hall)