Time Out says
Australia's pop queen is in chains – and in Sydney
Has Australia produced a better pop singer than Tina Arena? We're struggling to come up with any who can rival the warmth and power of her voice, her astonishing skill as a storyteller and songwriting chops. With all these elements coming together, a night in her presence is a near-religious experience.
The last time we saw our native daughter, she was belting out 'Don't Cry for Me, Argentina' as Eva Perón in Evita. Now she's back for an Australia-wide tour in May 2021.
She'll be performing all her famous hits (did you know 'Sorrento Moon' is about that Sorrento, not the one in Italy?), backed by her band and a full string section. The tour is called Enchanté: The Songs of Tina Arena, and it's the perfect tonic for the annus horribilis that was 2020.
The Young Talent Time alumna has sold more than 10 million albums worldwide, and every album she's released since 1994 has been gold, platinum or multi-platinum.
Tickets go on sale Monday, November 16 at 10am.