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Jim Jefferies Australian Tour Postponed Dur To Covid Lockdown

by Paul Cashmere on June 26, 2021

in News

UPDATED: Jim Jefferies Australian tour information.

Frontier Touring and More Talent regretfully wish to advise that, due to the current NSW COVID-19 outbreak, subsequent border closures and today’s wider Stay-At-Home restrictions for Greater Sydney, the Jim Jefferies shows in Sydney, Brisbane, and Perth will be postponed to 2022.

At this point in time the Adelaide Entertainment Centre Theatre shows are proceeding as scheduled, however customers will be updated as soon as any additional details are available.

With his film and touring commitments in the US slated to start mid-July, Jim and his team are currently working with Frontier Touring and More Talent to announce a rescheduled national tour run for 2022, with news to come early next week.

Fans are asked to hold onto their tickets, which will be valid for the new dates. However, refunds are available and can be sought now from the original point of purchase.

“COVID bloody sucks, and I even spent two weeks in hotel quarantine for this! Make no mistake: I will be back to perform these shows for you next year. Stay safe, and please hang onto your ticket – this is not a cancellation, but a postponement. All tickets bought for my current dates will be valid for rescheduled 2022 dates to come. I will see you soon.”

For those who missed out on tickets in 2021, sign up to the Jim Jefferies/Frontier Touring waitlist here to be notified when new dates are announced. Already a ticketholder? No need to sign up; you’ll be contacted by the relevant ticketing agency with 2022 updates to your show.

Frontier Touring, More Talent and Jim Jefferies sincerely appreciate fans’ understanding and patience in this COVID-landscape time.

EARLIER (Now outdated News from 25 June 21)

Jim Jeffries shows in Sydney have been reworked due to the current lockdown in the city due to the latest Gladyscluster ripping through the city.

The shows next week have been readjusted.

Sydney: shows will go ahead next week, with some ticketholders reallocated into five additional Enmore Theatre shows and an extra Hordern Pavilion date to meet updated NSW venue capacity restrictions. All 12 Sydney shows are completely sold out.

Ticket purchasers to all Sydney dates will be contacted directly by Ticketek ASAP with further information and to be reissued tickets – please keep an eye on your inbox.

Any Enmore Theatre ticketholders affected by today’s Stay At Home Order (Local Government Areas of Woollahra, Waverley, Randwick and the City of Sydney) or otherwise unable to attend the new date and times listed below may obtain a full refund.

You should only attend these events if you are feeling well (i.e. not displaying COVID-19 symptoms or required by Government health directions to quarantine/self-isolate/stay at home).

The June 29 shows have been divided across 29 June and 2 July, 30 June is now 30 June and 3 July and the Hordern show on July 11 is now split across July 10 and 11.

Brisbane, Perth, and Melbourne – Due to the recent border closures, Jim’s shows in Brisbane, Perth and Melbourne are in the process of being rescheduled. Stay tuned for news to come in the next few days and hang onto those tickets!

Adelaide – hold tight! We will advise of any further news regarding Jim’s Adelaide Entertainment Centre Theatre shows in coming days, but these three shows currently remain unaffected.


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