Ben Harper Books His First National Acoustic Tour -
Ben Harper

Ben Harper

Ben Harper Books His First National Acoustic Tour

by Andrew Tijs on July 2, 2012

in Live,News

Roots star Ben Harper will play three East Coast shows in his first headlining Australian acoustic tour.

Ben Harper

Ben Harper

The tour has been dubbed ‘An Evening With Ben Harper’ and will be a version of his acoustic shows that he kicked off at Bonnaroo in 2002.

Harper’s well-loved in Australia for his soulful, rootsy sound and these shows will be pretty monumental; he’s playing solo but will play for over two hours each show.

Tickets go on sale from 9am Wednesday 11 July.

Ben Harper Solo Tour 2012
Friday 9 November – Convention Centre, Brisbane
Saturday November 10 – The Plenary, Melbourne
Monday 12 November – Opera House, Sydney



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