Delta Goodrem has confirmed that her ‘Bridge Over Troubled Dreams’ tour has been postponed to next year.
The tour was originally due to kick off in April this year, but a certain eponymously named virus circulating across the planet put paid to those plans.
It was subsequently rescheduled to September/October.
But now those plans are also off the table, with the pandemic continuing to wreak havoc on tour schedules across the country.
“These are unprecedented times in which we find ourselves and the ongoing challenges resulting from the coronavirus pandemic are devastating,” Delta says in a statement.
“I never could have imagined that we would be forced to move my ‘Bridge Over Troubled Dreams’ tour a second time. I want to thank you for your incredible support, patience and understanding through this very unique time.
“There’s nothing like being with everyone in person and filling the room with live music. I am so proud of the show we’ve put together and I know we were all looking forward to it this year but it will be something very special for us to look forward to sharing together in March and April 2022.
“Same show. Same seats. New dates.”
The rescheduled dates are as follows;
March 12 : Brisbane (Entertainment Centre)
March 14 : Gold Coast (Convention & Exhibition Centre)
March 18 : Canberra (Royal Theatre, National Convention Centre)
March 19 : Wollongong (WIN Entertainment Centre)
March 22 : Perth (RAC Arena)
March 25 : Adelaide (AEC Arena)
March 26 : Melbourne (Rod Laver Arena)
April 05 : Townsville (Convention & Entertainment Centre)
April 08 : Newcastle (Entertainment Centre)
April 09 : Sydney (Qudos Bank Arena)