Updated: Oct 20, 2021
Julia Jacklin will head out on her first ever headline solo tour in July and August, taking in 17 shows across the East Coast.
The tour will include a third attempt to play at the Sydney Recital Hall after the first two dates were postponed due to COVID, and replacement shows in Melbourne, after RISING Festival was unfortunately cancelled in May. It also incorporates a series of intimate regional gigs, most notably a rare show where Jacklin grew up in the Blue Mountains.
Jacklin will be performing songs from her much-loved records Don’t Let The Kids Win and Crushing, alongside brand new songs, first-time performances of her poignant and timely 2020 Sub Pop 7” release to 'Perth before the border Closes / Cry' and instant indie Christmas classic 'Baby Jesus is Nobody’s Baby Now'. These shows will showcase Jacklin’s songs the way they were written, with her sublime voice and wry humour taking centre stage.
Feel the full weight of her talents as she distils her craft to its most profound, majestic, and empowering self.
JULIA JACKLIN AUSTRALIAN SOLO TOUR DATES
Tickets on-sale Friday July 2 at midday from www.juliajacklin.com
Friday July 30 | The Sound Doctor, Anglesea VIC
Saturday July 31 | The Sound Doctor, Anglesea VIC
Thursday August 5 | The Bridge, Castlemaine VIC
Friday August 6 | Melbourne Recital Centre, Melbourne VIC
Sunday August 8 | Caravan Club, Archie's Creek VIC
Wednesday August 11 | Melbourne Recital Centre, Melbourne VIC
Thursday August 12 | Anita's Theatre, Thirroul NSW
Friday August 13 | Blackheath Community Hall, Blue Mountains NSW**
Saturday August 14 | Orange Conservatorium, Orange NSW**
Friday August 20 | Canberra Theatre, Canberra ACT
Saturday August 2 | Narooma Kinema, Narooma NSW**
Sunday August 22 | Candelo Hall, Candelo NSW**
Thursday August 26 | Newcastle City Hall, Newcastle NSW
Friday August 27 | Avoca Theatre, Avoca NSW **
Friday September 3 | Sydney Recital Centre, Sydney NSW
Sunday September 5 | Princess Theatre, Brisbane QLD***
**Presented by Hometowns
***Presented by Open Season Festival