Neil Diamond Adds Australian Dates For 50th Anniversary Tour - Noise11.com
Neil Diamond performs in Melbourne at Rod Laver Arena on Tuesday 27 October 2015. Photo Ros O'Gorman

Neil Diamond performs in Melbourne at Rod Laver Arena on Tuesday 27 October 2015. Photo Ros O'Gorman

Neil Diamond Adds Australian Dates For 50th Anniversary Tour

by Paul Cashmere on November 10, 2017

in News

Neil Diamond has added Australian dates to his 50th anniversary tour while he is in the southern hemisphere.

Diamond’s New Zealand dates were announced last week. Paul Dainty will also tour Diamond across Australia starting off with three Queensland shows.

In a statement promoter Paul Dainty says, “Neil Diamond is one of the world’s greatest live performers and I am honoured to be working with him on his 50 Year Anniversary Tour and bringing him to cities and venues he has never played. To see him perform the songs that have been the soundtrack of our lives will be an incredible live concert experience. Neil is currently touring the world and his fans and critics have been raving about this brand-new show.”

REVIEW: Neil Diamond in Australia 2015

PHOTO GALLERY: Neil Diamond in Australia by Ros O’Gorman

Neil Diamond Australian dates

20 March, Townsville, Townsville Stadium
22 March, Sunshine Coast, Sunshine Coast Stadium
24 March, Brisbane, Entertainment Centre
27 March, Sydney, Qudos
31 March, Sutton Grange, winery
3 April, Melbourne, Rod Laver Arena
7 April, Hunter Valley, Roche Estate
11 April, Adelaide, Botanic Park
14 April, Perth, Sandalford Estate

Tickets go on sale to the general public at 2pm on Thursday 16 November (local time).
Go to tegdainty.com for details.

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