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Herbie Hancock Announces First Australian Tour In 5 Years

American jazz legend Herbie Hancock has announced his Australian tour for 2024 in October, his first visit since 2019.

The tour will kick off at Sydney’s Opera House Concert Hall on October 11 and 12, moving on to the Canberra Theatre on October 14 and Brisbane’s QPAC Concert Hall on October 17.

He’ll be the guest of honour at the Melbourne International Jazz Festival at Sidney Myer Music Bowl on October 19, followed by an appearance at Adelaide’s Festival Theatre on October 20, closing the tour out in Perth Concert Hall on October 22.

Herbie Hancock – ‘Rockit’

Pre-sale for Live Nation starts this Wednesday, July 10 at 9 am for a period of only one day up to Thursday, July 11 at 8 am. General ticket sales begin on Thursday, July 11 at 9 am. Specifically, pre-sales to the Sydney Opera House start on July 9 at 9 am, and general sales start for Sidney Myer Music Bowl on July 9 at 1 pm. All times mentioned here are local.

Now in his seventh decade, the 14-time GRAMMY winner Herbie Hancock has undoubtedly left his mark on modern music. Known for such hits as “Cantaloupe Island,” “Chameleon,” and “Rockit,” Hancock has a career_SNYC innovation that has branded him by The Washington Post as “today’s greatest living artist.” .

Be witness to one of the living legends performing live in concert across Australia this coming October.

Herbie Hancock Australian Tour 2024

  • Friday, 11th October 2024 – Opera House Concert Hall, Sydney
  • Saturday, 12th October 2024 – Opera House Concert Hall, Sydney
  • Monday, 14th October 2024 – Canberra Theatre, Canberra
  • Thursday, 17th October 2024 – QPAC Concert Hall, Brisbane
  • Saturday, 19th October 2024 – Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne
  • Sunday, 20th October 2024 – Festival Theatre, Adelaide
  • Tuesday, 22nd October 2024 – Concert Hall, Perth

Tickets via Live Nation Australia

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