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Delta Goodrem Has Announced an ‘Innocent Eyes’ 20th Anniversary Tour

Delta Goodrem has announced a 20th anniversary tour celebrating her seminal debut album, Innocent Eyes. The singer is set to perform a run of Australian shows in September and October 2023, playing the 2003 album in full, including hits like ‘Born to Try’, ‘Lost Without You’, ‘Not Me, Not I’, ‘Predictable’ and its title track.

Update 17/11/22: Two shows added to Delta Goodrem’s Innocent Eyes anniversary tour following pre-sale demand. Tickets on sale this Friday, 18th November at 11am.

Delta Goodrem – ‘Lost Without You’

Goodrem will kick off the tour with two shows at the Sydney Opera House, on Monday, 25th and Tuesday, 26th September 2023. There’ll be two shows at Melbourne’s Hamer Hall followed by theatre performances in Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth. Riverside Theatre on Saturday, 7th October.

“I feel so grateful to have had all the opportunities this album has brought in my life and all the incredible people that took me into their homes with this album and who have been on this journey with me,” Goodrem said. “This is going to be a wonderful night together of music and storytelling celebrating the album that changed my life.”

Released in March 2003, Innocent Eyes debuted at number one on the ARIA Top 50 Albums chart and spent a whopping 29 weeks at the top, making it the highest-selling debut album in Australian history. It remains one of the best-selling Australian albums of all time, having sold more than four million copies worldwide.

Innocent Eyes earned Goodrem seven awards at the 2003 ARIAs, including Best Female Artist, Best Pop Release, Breakthrough Artist and Single of the Year (for ‘Born to Try’). Goodrem has gone on to release six more albums, most recently last year’s Bridge over Troubled Dreams.

Delta Goodrem Innocent Eyes 20th Anniversary Tour 2023

  • Monday, 25th September – Sydney, Opera House, Sydney
  • Tuesday, 25th September – Sydney, Opera House, Sydney – NEW SHOW
  • Thursday, 28th September – Hamer Hall, Melbourne
  • Friday, 29th September – Hamer Hall, Melbourne – NEW SHOW
  • Sunday, 1st October – Festival Theatre, Adelaide
  • Tuesday, 3rd October – QPAC, Brisbane
  • Saturday, 7th October – Riverside Theatre, Perth

Tickets on sale this Friday, 18th November at 11am.

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