Hear the album played in full at Australia's most beautiful venues.
Are there many albums as iconic as Innocent Eyes in Australia?
The debut album from Delta Goodrem, released in March 2003, spent an unprecedented 29 weeks at #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart, making it the highest-selling debut album in Australian history. Goodrem was also the first-ever artist to have five #1 singles on the ARIA Singles Chart from a debut album - the record brought Goodrem seven ARIA Awards in 2003.
To celebrate 20 years since Innocent Eyes' release and the 23 x Platinum, award-winning album's enormous success and impact on generations of fans, Delta Goodrem will play a series of shows performing Innocent Eyes in its entirety. That's right; you will hear Born To Try, Lost Without You, Innocent Eyes, Not Me, Not I, and Predictable.
The tour will commence on 25 September 2023 at the Sydney Opera House before heading to Hamer Hall in Melbourne on 28 September, followed by Festival Theatre in Adelaide on 1 October, Queensland Performing Arts Centre in Brisbane on 3 October, and concludes at Perth's Riverside Theatre on 7 October.
Goodrem said about the tour announcement, "I feel so grateful to have had all the opportunities this album has brought in my life and all the incredible people that took me into their homes with this album and who have been on this journey with me. This is going to be a wonderful night together of music and storytelling celebrating the album that changed my life."
Fans will have the opportunity to relive the album that shaped multiple generations' lives and listen to Goodrem's journey as she shares and narrates her personal experiences through this historic chapter.
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Fan Club and TEG Live pre-sales begin on Wednesday, 16 November, at 9 am and conclude at 10 am on Friday, 18 November.
General public tickets go on sale on Friday, 18 November, at 11 am.
INNOCENT EYES 20th Anniversary Tour
September / October 2023
Monday, September 25 - Sydney Opera House
Thursday, September 28 - Hamer Hall, Melbourne
Sunday, October 1 - Festival Theatre, Adelaide
Tuesday, October 3 - Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Brisbane
Saturday October 7 - Riverside Theatre, Perth
For tickets and further information, go here.