Delta Goodrem has announced she’s headed out across Australia in 2021 for the ‘Bridge Over Troubled Dreams’ tour.
Though the country, particularly Victoria, is still enduring the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, Delta’s given pop fans something to look forward to, as she swans around the country from early April.
No doubt audiences will get their first live experience of Delta’s new album.
“There’s nothing like being on tour and being with people face to face and to share in the magic of live music,” Delta says in a statement. “Nothing gets me more excited than creating a world for everyone to come to.
“Visually, I love to make sure a tour represents the energy of what this new album embodies. There are going to be incredible musical moments in bringing to life the surprise elements of this new album and all of the favorites from my previous records.
“Anyone who has been to my shows knows that I like to have a lot of fun and this record and tour is no different. I know many people are going through challenging times right now; come next year I want to invigorate and empower everybody in the room to have the best night of their lives and we’ll sing and dance through it all.”
Delta kicks things off at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre on April 21 before slowly making her way south, then across to the west and back up north before bringing the tour to a close in Melbourne on May 02.
A Telstra Plus pre-sale kicks off at 10am local time on Wednesday ahead of general tickets, which hit the sales desk from midday local time this Friday.
April 08 : Brisbane (Entertainment Centre)
April 09 : Gold Coast (Convention & Exhibition Centre)
April 10 : Sydney (Qudos Bank Arena)
April 13 : Canberra (Royal Theatre)
April 15 : Wollongong (WIN Entertainment Centre)
April 16 : Adelaide (AEC Theatre)
April 17 : Perth (RAC Arena)
April 29 : Townsville (Entertainment Centre)
May 01 : Newcastle (Entertainment Centre)
May 02 : Melbourne (Margaret Court Arena)