All Ages

John Williamson - In Concert

Sat 2 Mar 2024
John Williamson - In Concert

John Williamson, 'True Blue' himself, accompanied by his full band.

For the very first time, John Williamson will be performing at HOTA, Home of the Arts. As John slows down from the demands of touring and performs at fewer venues around the country, don’t miss this opportunity to see him!

In 2024 our Aussie music icon will celebrate his 54th year in the entertainment industry. With a swag of accolades including induction into the ARIA Hall of Fame and the Australian Roll of Renown, an Order of Australia, 28 Golden Guitar Awards, over 5 million albums sold, over one billion music streams reached in 2022 and a catalogue of over 500 self-penned songs.
He has produced enduring classics such as ‘Galleries of Pink Galahs’, ‘Three Sons’, ‘Cydi’, ‘Raining on the Rock’, ‘Rip Rip Woodchip’, not to mention ‘True Blue’. The Mallee-born songwriter’s 52 albums have traversed Australia, moving between larrikin humour and touching pathos. 

Perhaps John’s greatest legacy is making Australians proud of their country and of who they are. Don’t miss out - before he finally ‘hangs his hat in QLD’ as the song says.

Presented by Artist Network on behalf of Fair Dinkum Road Co Pty Ltd

Sat 2 Mar 2024
Theatre 1
All Ages
2 hrs 30 mins (includes interval)
Adult A Reserve $89
Adult B Reserve $79
Concession A Reserve $84
Concession B Reserve $74
Child $49
Sat 02 March - 8:00pm

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