Dan Sultan announces massive solo tour
The mighty Dan Sultan has the best voice in Australian rock’n’roll right now. He released one of the best albums of last year. He exudes a kind of inveterate charm that endears him to just about everyone. He’s one of the best we have.
So, news of a new Dan Sultan tour is always exciting. But the one he has locked in today is a little bit different.
Firstly, the shows see Sultan take in a wide variety of different areas: from the Sydney Opera House to the Cardinia Cultural Centre, the Burrinja Theatre in Upway to Spiegeltents in Canberra and Wollongong.
Secondly, these shows will feature Sultan all by himself, armed with only his guitar, a piano, that unbelievable voice and those brilliant songs of his.
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It promises to show his catalogue in a whole new light and we are pretty excited about the prospect of getting closer to the material – particularly the new stuff – than we’ve been before.
Dan Sultan plays the following intimate shows across the country through the first half of this year:
UPDATE: Sultan has just added a heap more shows (21 of them, in fact) to the tour. Scroll down to see them.
Tuesday 27 March – The Spiegeltent, Hobart
Thursday 12 April – Theatre Royal, Castlemaine
Friday 13 April – Burrinja Theatre, Upwey
Saturday 14 April – Meeniyan Town Hall
Friday 20 April – Memo Music Hall, St Kilda
Saturday 21 April – Memo Music Hall, St Kilda
Thursday 26 April – The Spiegeltent, Wollongong
Friday 27 April – Blue Mountains Theatre & Cultural Hub
Saturday 28 April – The Spiegeltent, Canberra
Wednesday 2 May – Sydney Opera House
Thursday 3 May – Sydney Opera House
Friday 4 May – Milton Theatre
Friday 11 May – GPAC Drama Theatre, Geelong
Friday 18 May – The Cardinia Cultural Centre
Saturday 19 May – The Memo, Healesville
Saturday 26 May – Darwin Entertainment Centre
Saturday 2 June – Tanks Art Centre, Cairns
Friday 8 June – Wagga Wagga Civic Centre
New shows just added!
Thursday 14 June – Old Museum, Brisbane
Friday 15 June – The J Theatre, Noosa
Saturday 16 June – Redlands Performing Arts Centre
Sunday 17 June – Brunswick Picture Theatre, Brunswick Heads
Wednesday 20 June – Jetty Memorial Theatre, Coffs Harbour
Thursday 21 June – Capitol Theatre, Tamworth
Friday 22 June – Laycock Street Theatre, Gosford
Saturday 23 June – Long Point Vineyard, Port Macquarie
Thursday 28 June – Knox Community Arts Centre, Bayswater
Friday 29 June – The Capital, Bendigo
Saturday 30 June – Queenscliff Town Hall
Thursday 5 July – Sooki Lounge, Belgrave
Friday 6 July – Horsham Town Hall
Saturday 7 July – The Gov, Adelaide
Thursday 12 July – Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre
Friday 13 July – Settler’s Tavern, Margaret River
Saturday 14 July – Fly By Night Club, Fremantle
Sunday 15 July – Queens Park Theatre, Geraldton
Wednesday 18 July – Carnarvon Civic Centre
Friday 20 July – Red Earth Arts Centre, Karratha
Saturday 21 July – Matt Dann Theatre, Port Hedland