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Tony Bennett Australian 2012 Tour Dates

Written by Alex Langlands on January 23, 2012

American Jazz vocalist and legend, Tony Bennett, has announced that he will be touring with the Dainty Group in April 2012. Playing some of the most respectable venues in Australia, the tour consists of four dates across the East Coast of Australia.

The Dainty Group, who have previously brought us acts such as Eminem, The Rolling Stones and Iron Maiden, have announced that the tour will be a Dainty Group project, which is sure to be an instant success.

Tickets on sale Wednesday 1st February 2012

Monday 2nd & Wednesday 4th April 2012– Regent Theatre
Tickets from or 136100

Saturday 7th April 2012 – Brisbane Convention Centre
Tickets from or 132 849

Monday 9TH and Wednesday 11th April 2012 – Sydney Opera House
Tickets from 02 9250 7777 OR or 136100

Saturday 14th April 2012 – Tempus Two Winery
Tickets from or 136100

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