Crowded House announce new date for Geelong ‘a day on the green’ show

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Crowded House announce new date for Geelong ‘a day on the green’ show

Award-winning icons Crowded House have revealed their rescheduled tour dates.

After much anticipation, Crowded House have today announced rescheduled Dreamers Are Waiting tour dates, with the acclaimed band returning to Australia in November to undertake shows that were previously affected by Covid postponements.

They will play a day on the green shows at Bimbadgen, Hunter Valley on Saturday, November 12 and Mt Duneed Estate, Geelong on Saturday, November 19. Alongside the November A Day on the Green dates, Crowded House will also play Hobart’s MyState Arena on November 17 and three shows in Perth at Kings Park & Botanic Garden running from November 25 – 27.

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Crowded House was due to perform at Hobart’s Mystate Bank Arena on April 19, Canberra’s Royal Theatre on April 21, and A Day On The Green dates at Mt Duneed Estate, Geelong on April 23, and Bimbadgen, Hunter Valley, on April 24.

The band were forced to postpone their tour when Neil Finn tested positive to COVID-19 and was forced into isolation on the day of Hobart’s scheduled performance.

“We are very pleased to announce rescheduled shows in Australia for the ones we lost through Covid in April,” the band reveal.

“We play in the beautiful Kings Park Perth, Geelong, Hobart and Hunter Valley and will be thrilled to see you good people who bought tickets the first time.

“Should these new dates not be possible for some of you to attend we hope the process of refunds is straightforward and look forward to seeing you next time.

“The show must go on!”

Tickets will automatically be valid for the corresponding a day on the green rescheduled shows without the need for exchange. No action is required. Refunds will be available from point of purchase for those who are unable to attend the rescheduled dates.

The band will still be joined in Geelong by Angus & Julia Stone and folk-rockers The Waifs. Tickets are still available from here.

The long-standing and much-loved vehicle for the songwriting talents of Neil Finn, Crowded House have gone from strength to strength since its formation in Melbourne 1985 out of the ashes of New Zealand’s Split Enz by Neil, Paul Hester and Nick Seymour.

Revelling in the success of their latest album Dreamers Are Waiting, in which the Crowded House lineup comprises founding members Neil Finn and Nick Seymour alongside producer and keyboardist Mitchell Froom, guitarist and singer Liam Finn and his younger brother, drummer Elroy Finn, so far the Dreamers Are Waiting tour has received glowing reviews, with The Guardian saying, “A joyous and long-awaited return to Australia” and The Age saying, “Half concert, half singalong, Crowded House filled the Bowl with love”.

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