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Tex Perkins Is Doing More Gaol Time This Year Than Ever Before

by Paul Cashmere on October 15, 2016

in News

Tex Perkins is spending record time in gaols this year with thanks to the Far From Folsom shows.

Promoter Duane McDonald thought up the idea of Perkins performing the songs of Johnny Cash across Australia in decommissioned prisons.

The idea took 18-months to activate and gaols around Australia were selected. Almost all of the shows on the tour have sold out including the two shows at Cockatoo Island is Sydney this weekend.

When the shows went on sale for the initial shows at the Parramatta Gaol in 2015, 7000 tickets were snapped up immediately. 20 shows will be performed on this current tour.

For the Far From Folsom tour Perkins is backed by the Tennessee Four with Rachel Tidd. The shows honour Johnny Cash’s legendary Folsom and San Quentin prison shows that are now essential parts of the Cash catalogue.

FAR FROM FOLSOM TOUR DATES

Friday 7th October 2016
Fannie Bay Gaol, FANNIE BAY NT
Sold Out

Saturday 8th October 2016
Fremantle Prison, FREMANTLE WA
Sold Out

MEDIA ENQUIRIES: Hot Off The Press Publicity | (03) 9014 1096 | (07) 4015 3205 | [email protected]
Wednesday 12th October 2016
Maitland Prison, MAITLAND NSW
Sold Out

Thursday 13th October 2016
Maitland Prison, MAITLAND NSW
Sold Out

Saturday 15th October 2016
Cockatoo Island, SYDNEY NSW
Sold Out

Sunday 16th October 2016
Cockatoo Island, SYDNEY NSW
Sold Out

Wednesday 19th October 2016
Old Adelaide Gaol, ADELAIDE SA
Sold Out

Thursday 20th October 2016
Old Adelaide Gaol, ADELAIDE SA
Sold Out

Friday 21st October 2016
Old Adelaide Gaol, ADELAIDE SA
Sold Out

Saturday 22nd October 2016
Old Adelaide Gaol, ADELAIDE SA
Sold Out

Sunday 23rd October 2016
Old Adelaide Gaol, ADELAIDE SA
Sold Out

Thursday 27th October 2016
Old Bendigo Gaol, Ulumbarra Theatre, BENDIGO VIC
Selling Fast

Friday 28th October 2016
Old Melbourne Gaol, MELBOURNE VIC
Sold Out
MEDIA ENQUIRIES: Hot Off The Press Publicity | (03) 9014 1096 | (07) 4015 3205 | [email protected]

Saturday 29th October 2016
Old Melbourne Gaol, MELBOURNE VIC
Sold Out

Sunday 30th October 2016 – MATINEE [1.30pm]
Old Melbourne Gaol, MELBOURNE VIC
Sold Out

Sunday 30th October 2016
Old Melbourne Gaol, MELBOURNE VIC
Sold Out

Saturday 5th November 2016
Port Arthur Historic Site, PORT ARTHUR TAS
Selling Fast

Thursday 17th November 2016
Boggo Road Gaol Forecourt, BRISBANE QLD

Friday 18th November 2016
Boggo Road Gaol Forecourt, BRISBANE QLD
Sold Out

Saturday 19th November 2016
Boggo Road Gaol Forecourt, BRISBANE QLD
Sold Out

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