One of our nation’s most iconic voices, Xavier Rudd, is excited to announce the  SPIRIT BIRD Australian Tour – his most extensive tour yet!

To celebrate the anticipated release of his striking seventh studio album, the tour will take Xavier Rudd to 28 cities and regional centers around the country, from Airlie Beach to Albany. Tickets go on sale at 9am on Thursday 21 June.

Already producing his highest-selling single to date with the beautiful Follow The Sun;
Spirit Bird is Xavier’s deepest and most explorative album, finding the ever socially-conscience Rudd delving into his musical and spiritual ancestry.

With an array of guitars, yidakis (didgeridoos), stomp box and percussion, Rudd has
re-introduced Australians to the sounds and stories of the land’s original owners, while introducing the rest of the world to an entirely new sound altogether. Over the course of a decade, he has taken this sound to every corner of the globe; producing six studio albums, two live albums, multiple ARIA nominations and a global fan-base of likeminded souls.

The Spirit Bird Australian Tour will see Xavier Rudd performing his very best, with a stage show enhanced by a carefully selected collection of videos and images portraying the hard-hitting environmental themes of Sprit Bird.

Tickets on sale 9am, Thursday 21 June through

Wednesday 22 August – Brothers Leagues Club, Cairns QLD
Thursday 23 August – The Venue, Townsville QLD
Friday 24 August – Magnums, Airlie Beach QLD
Sunday 26 August – Pilbeam Theatre, Rockhampton QLD
Tuesday 28 August – Moncreif Theatre, Bundaberg QLD
Wednesday 29 August – Rumours, Toowoomba QLD
Thursday 30 August – Tivoli, Brisbane QLD
Friday 31 August – Lake Kawana Community Centre, Sunshine Coast QLD
Saturday 1 September –  Coolangatta Hotel, Gold Coast QLD
Sunday 2 September – YAC Amphitheatre, Byron Bay NSW
Tuesday 4 September –  Tamworth Town Hall, Tamworth NSW
Wednesday 5 September – Dubbo RSL, Dubbo NSW
Thursday 6 September – Civic Theatre, Newcastle NSW
Friday 7 September – Waves Hotel, Wollongong NSW
Saturday 8 September – Enmore Theatre, Sydney NSW
Sunday 9 September – Playhouse Theatre, Canberra ACT
Thursday 13 September – The Palace Theatre, Melbourne VIC
Friday 14 September – Ferntree Gully Hotel, Ferntree Gully VIC
Saturday 15 September – Pier Hotel, Frankston VIC
Sunday 16 September – Costa Hall, Geelong VIC
Wednesday 19 September – Kay Street Saloon, Traralgon VIC
Friday 21 September – Mt Gambier Gaol, Mt Gambier SA
Saturday 22 September – Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide SA
Tuesday 25 September – Goldfields Arts Centre, Kalgoorlie WA
Wednesday 26 September – Esperance Civic Centre, Esperance WA
Friday 28 September – Albany Entertainment Centre, Albany WA
Saturday 29 September – Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle WA
Sunday 30 September – Caves House, Yallingup WA

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