Missy Higgins Sets Oz Tour Dates
Missy Higgins photo by Ros OGorman

Missy Higgins photo by Ros OGorman

Missy Higgins Sets Oz Tour Dates

by Paul Cashmere on August 12, 2014

in Live,News

Missy Higgins will tour Australia in September off the back of her new album ‘Oz’.

‘Oz’ is Missy’s covers album, featuring songs from artists like Paul Kelly, The Angels, Perry Keys and The Drones.

“I wanted to put together a group of wonderful Australian songs just as a different sort of challenge,” she said in a statement. “I wanted to avoid all the obvious ones though because “Great Aussie Songbook” collections have kinda been done to death. All that mattered was whether I felt I could make the songs my own so the tracklisting ended up as a real mixed bag of lollies.”

“Then I thought it might be fun to also try writing some essays to accompany the music in various ways and that lead to the book.”

“The essays and the music are meant to be enjoyed together like I’m nattering away while the album plays. But, of course, if people just want to just enjoy them separately then that’s fine too.”

Missy Higgins tour dates

Sat 20 September Cairns, Cairns Civic Theatre
Tue 23 September Townsville, TECC – Auditorium
Wed 24 September Mackay, MECC – Plenary Halls A&B
Fri 26 September Caloundra, The Events Centre Theatre
Sat 27 September Brisbane, BCEC – Great Hall
Sun 28 September Toowoomba, Empire Theatre
Tue 30 September Gold Coast, GCAC – Arts Theatre
Wed 1 October Lismore, Lismore City Hall – Churchill Auditorium
Fri 3 October Newcastle, Civic Theatre
Sat 4 October Sydney, Enmore Theatre
Mon 6 October Chatswood, The Concourse
Tue 7 October Penrith, Joan Sutherland PAC – Concert Hall
Thu 9 October Wollongong, Anita’s Theatre
Sat 11 October Canberra, Canberra Theatre
Sun 12 October Wodonga, The Cube
Wed 15 October Geraldton, Queens Park Theatre *
Thu 16 October Perth, Crown Theatre *
Sat 18 October Bunbury, Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre *
Sun 19 October Mandurah, Mandurah Performing Arts Centre *
Wed 22 October Darwin, Darwin Convention Centre *
Sat 25 October Adelaide, AEC – Theatre
Wed 29 October Melbourne, Regent Theatre

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