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Bryan Ferry, Photo: Ros O'Gorman

Bryan Ferry, Photo: Ros O'Gorman

Bryan Ferry Adds More 2019 Dates With A Gaping Hole Left For Australia

by Paul Cashmere on September 20, 2018

in News

Bryan Ferry has added a stack of dates for Europe starting 22 May after his previously announced two dates in South Africa, which makes it look a lot like Australia could be in the gap.

Ferry will perform in Cape Town and Pretoria in February. Artists tend to keep their hemispheres together on tour which could mean dates across Australia, New Zealand and Asia for March and April.

Rumours are already circulating that an 80s Australian band that hasn’t performed together since 1987 will reform for the tour. Trust me, I’m talking someone you haven’t seen in a long, long time.

Ferry last toured Australia in 2011 with Roxy Music.

14 Feb – Grand Arena, Cape Town, South Africa
16 Feb – Time Square Arena, Pretoria, South Africa
22 May – Muziekgebouw Frits Philips, Eindhoven, Netherlands
24 May – Royal Theatre Carre, Amsterdam, Netherlands
26 May – Alte Oper, Frankfurt, Germany
28 May – Theater Und Philharmonie Essen, Essen, Germany
30 May – Elbphilharmonie, Hamburg, Germany
1 Jun – Tempodrom, Berlin, Germany
3 Jun – Narodowe Forum Muzyki, Wroclaw, Poland
5 Jun – Forum Karlin, Prague, Czech Republic
7 Jun – Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria
9 Jun – Brucknerhaus, Linz, Austria
11 Jun – Circus Krone, Munich, Germany
13 Jun – KKL, Lucerne, Switzerland
15 Jun – Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, Belgium
17 Jun – Royal Albert Hall, London, United Kingdom

Bryan Ferry Setlist in Greece 13 September 2018

The Main Thing (from Roxy Music, Avalon, 1982)
Slave to Love (from Boys and Girls, 1985)
Don’t Stop the Dance (from Boys and Girls, 1985)
Ladytron (from Roxy Music, Roxy Music, 1972)
Out of the Blue (from Roxy Music, Country Life, 1974)
Oh Yeah (from Roxy Music, Flesh and Blood, 1980)
Casanova (from Roxy Music, Country Life, 1974)
Tokyo Joe (from In Your Mind, 1975)
Bitter Sweet (from Roxy Music, Country Life, 1974)
A Waste Land (from Boys and Girls, 1985)
Windswept (from Boys and Girls, 1985)
Bête Noire (from Bête Noir, 1987)
Zamba (from Bête Noir, 1987)
Stronger Through the Years (from Roxy Music, Manifesto, 1979)
Don’t Think Twice Its Alright (Bob Dylan cover)
My Only Love (from Roxy Music, Flesh and Blood, 1980)
In Every Dream Home a Heartache (from Roxy Music, For Your Pleasure, 1973)
If There Is Something (from Roxy Music, Roxy Music, 1972)
Re-Make/Re-Model (from Roxy Music, Roxy Music, 1972)
More Than This (from Roxy Music, Avalon, 1982)
Avalon (from Roxy Music, Avalon, 1982)
Love Is the Drug (from Roxy Music, Siren, 1975)
Virginia Plain (single, 1972)

Encore:
Let’s Stick Together (from Let’s Stick Together, 1976)
Jealous Guy (single 1981)
Editions Of You (from Roxy Music, For Your Pleasure, 1973)

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