It comes in support of his seventh solo album, ‘Now’, which arrived earlier this year.
Following the news that he’s topping the lineup for next year’s Port Fairy Folk Festival, Graham Nash has announced an eight-date Australian headline tour.
Celebrating 60 years of songs and stories, Nash will start the monthlong stint in Naarm/Melbourne, where he’ll play the Palais Theatre on Thursday March 7. He’ll perform at the Port Fairy Folk Festival that weekend, before heading off to Kaurna/Adelaide the following Wednesday (March 13) and Boorloo/Perth that Saturday (March 16).
From there, Nash will perform a trio of gigs across NSW – first at the Sydney Opera House on Tuesday March 19, followed by the Civic Theatre in Awakabal/Newcastle on the Wednesday (March 20) and Anita’s Theatre in Tharawal/Wollongong on the Saturday (March 23). Finally, he’ll play Meanjin/Brisbane’s QPAC Concert Hall on Tuesday March 26, and Twin Towns in Bundjalung/Tweed Heads the following night (March 27).
Tickets for all eight shows go on sale this Thursday (September 14) with several VIP packages available – head here for all the info on them.
Nash is touring in support of his seventh solo album, Now, which arrived back in May of this year via BMG. It follows last year’s live album, Songs For Beginners / Wild Tales, as well as his 2018 compilation Over The Years.
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Thursday 7th March – Palais Theatre, Melbourne
Wednesday 13th March – Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide
Saturday 16th March – His Majesty’s Theatre
Tuesday 19th March – Sydney Opera House, Sydney
Wednesday 20th March – Civic Centre, Newcastle
Saturday 23rd March – Anitas Theatre, Wollongong
Tuesday 26th March – QPAC Concert Hall, Brisbane
Wednesday 27th March – Twin Towns, Tweed Heads