Time Out says
The Aussie superstar has announced 2021 stadium tour dates
Update: This event has been postponed. Stay tuned for updates.
With mass public gatherings on hiatus, stadium tours feel like a thing of the past. But belting out to power ballads with a throng of concert-goers might not be as far off as we’ve feared, as one of Australia’s first real live tours since the Beforetime has just been announced – Aussie star Delta Goodrem’s Bridge Over Troubled Dreams tour through Australia and New Zealand in April and May 2021.
The 35-year-old singer-songwriter’s latest single from the new album, ‘Paralyzed’, which dropped mid-July, is being celebrated by fans as a return to the vibe of her early noughties Innocent Eyes era, albeit with a refreshed, matured focus. There’s no doubt that our Delta has a voice powerful enough to fill stadiums – her last arena tour broke records, making her the highest-selling female Australian touring artist in 2016.
“There are going to be incredible musical moments in bringing to life the surprise elements of this new album and all of the favorites from my previous records,” Goodrem said in a statement. “Anyone who has been to my shows knows that I like to have a lot of fun and this record and tour is no different. I know many people are going through challenging times right now; come next year I want to invigorate and empower everybody in the room to have the best night of their lives and we’ll sing and dance through it all.”
The Bridge Over Troubled Dreams tour is set to play Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on Saturday April 10, 2021. Tickets start at $101.95 and are on sale now.
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