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Beth Orton Has More Australian Dates In June

by Paul Cashmere on April 4, 2017

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Beth Orton will perform additional dates around Australia as well as her Vivid Live performance in Sydney.

Beth last toured Australia in 2013 for Heavenly Sounds. This tour focuses on her recent album from 2016 Kidsticks, which was was co-written and co-produced in LA with Fuck Buttons’ Andrew Hung.

Beth Orton dates

June 9, Melbourne, Croxton Hotel
June 10, Meeniyan, Meeniyan Town Hall
June 13, Sydney, Opera House
June 16, Canberra, Canberra Theare
June 18, Brisbane, The Triffid

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