One of Australia’s best performers and songwriters will take the stage in Caloundra to remember a show for all ages.
Paul Kelly will begin his 24-day On The Road Again east coast tour on Thursday July 1st at the Kings Theater in Caloundra.
The huge regional tour ends in 2020 with two album releases and countless livestream and television appearances.
Kelly and his band will be touring regional cities on the Australian east coast for two months.
« The band, the crew and I have missed each other a lot over the past eighteen months as shows were postponed and then canceled, » said Kelly.
« We stuck our toe in the water with a one-off New Year’s Eve show for television, but now we’re really looking forward to stretching out and playing music night after night. »
« We want to see the whites of your eyes, you lovers of sound, joy and anger. »
Pre-sale tickets for Frontier Touring members will go on sale Tuesday, May 18, for 24 hours.
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