- Paul Kelly adds three Tasmanian and five Queensland shows to On The Road Again East Coast Tour
- Tasmania – third Hobart, Launceston and Devonport shows from this weekend, on sale 12noon tomorrow, Friday 23 July
- Queensland – encore shows for Gold Coast and Caloundra, new shows in Bundaberg, Biloela and Maryborough on sale 12noon Monday 26 July
- Emily Wurramara special guest on all Tasmanian shows
- All Victorian shows rescheduled to September
- All New South Wales shows postponed with rescheduled dates to be announced soon
- VIC + NSW ticket holders need take no action – all tickets remain valid for new dates
Frontier Touring can announce Paul Kelly with his band has added three Tasmanian shows and five Queensland shows to his constantly evolving On The Road Again East Coast Tour which has now swelled to 37 dates.
TASMANIA – a third and final Hobart show at the Odeon Theatre this Sunday 25 July, a show at the iconic heritage listed Albert Hall, Launceston next Tuesday 27 July and a show at the stunning Town Hall Theatre paranaple arts centre, Devonport on Wednesday 28 July.
Tickets for these three new Tasmanian shows are on sale from 12noon tomorrow, Friday 23 July via frontiertouring.com/paulkelly
QUEENSLAND – five new dates just announced including two encore performances – HOTA Theatre Gold Coast on Friday 30 July and King’s Theatre Caloundra on Saturday 31 July and new shows Bundaberg’s Moncrieff Entertainment Centre on Monday 2 August, Biloela Civic Centre, Central Queensland on Wednesday 4 August and Brolga Theatre, Maryborough on Thursday 5 August.
Tickets for the five new Queensland shows are on sale from 12noon, Monday 26 July via frontiertouring.com/paulkelly
Special guest for the Tasmanian shows is Emily Wurramara. Originating from Groote Eylandt in the Northern Territory, the AIR award-winning and ARIA-nominated artist released an 11-track album Milyakburra, educating and informing in both English and Anindilyakwa languages. The critically acclaimed 2018 album features the emotive Lady Blue (6.4+million Spotify streams) and Black Smoke, amassing over 1.2 million Spotify streams and rotation on triple j, ABC Local and 10 weeks in the AMRAP charts. Emily’s live performances have extended to the festival stages of Woodford Folk Festival, Bluesfest, GARMA, Port Fairy Folk Festival, BIGSOUND and International Folk Alliance showcases in Kansas, Canada and New Orleans.
VICTORIA – as a result of the ongoing COVID19 restrictions and current Victorian lockdown, all Victorian shows will be rescheduled to late September.
Ticket holders for all Victorian shows need take no action – all tickets remain valid for new dates. Keep your tickets. Patrons unable to attend new show dates may obtain a full refund. Refund requests must be submitted prior to Friday 13 August 2021.
NEW SOUTH WALES – As a result of ongoing COVID19 restrictions and NSW lockdowns all shows are now postponed with rescheduled dates to be announced soon. Ticket holders for all NSW are need take no action – all tickets remain valid for when rescheduled dates are announced. Keep your tickets!
NSW SHOWS POSTPONED
Wednesday 4 August | Club Sapphire | Merimbula, NSW
Thursday 5 August | Anita’s Theatre | Thirroul, NSW
Friday 6 August | Anita’s Theatre | Thirroul, NSW
Saturday 7 August | Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre | Bathurst, NSW
Sunday 8 August | Civic Theatre | Newcastle, NSW
Wednesday 11 August | Club Forster | Forster, NSW
Thursday 12 August | The Hoey Moey | Coffs Harbour, NSW
Friday 13 August | Tamworth War Memorial Town Hall | Tamworth, NSW
Saturday 14 August | Yamba Bowling Club | Yamba, NSW
RESCHEDULED DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED – KEEP YOUR TICKETS
PAUL KELLY WITH HIS BAND
ON THE ROAD AGAIN
JULY – SEPTEMBER 2021
Presented by Frontier Touring & Triple M (Toowoomba, Rockhampton, Mackay, Cairns, Townsville, Hobart, Bendigo, Bathurst, Coffs Harbour, Gold Coast & Newcastle)
NEW SHOWS + TOUR INFO