Four-time GRAMMY Award winner Keith Urban will perform A Benefit Show for Rural Aid Drought Relief at next year’s Tamworth Country Music Festival.
The show will take place at the Tamworth Town Hall on Tuesday the 22nd of January just before he sets off on his Graffiti U Tour of Australia.
Tickets for the stand alone benefit show will go on sale today at 10am at the Big Golden Guitar, The Capital Theatre Tamworth or online at tamworthtownhall.com.au.
There is a maximum of four tickets per person and all sales will go directly to Rural Aid to provide support to Australians hit hardest by the drought.
Speaking about the drought relief show, Keith Urban said, “A no frills, no production, free form set list and all to help people who could really use it. It’s gonna be a blast playing the old Tamworth Town Hall!”
Following ‘A Benefit Show for Rural Aid Drought Relief’ at Tamworth Town Hall, Urban’s Graffiti U World Tour of Australia will begin at the Newcastle Entertainment Centre on January 23, followed by shows at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on the 25 and 26.
He will then play at Canberra’s GIO Stadium on the 27th, Brisbane’s Entertainment Centre on the 31st of January and the 2nd and 3rd of February. The tour will finish at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena on February the 5th and 6th
There are limited tickets available from www.ticketek.com.au for “Graffiti U World Tour Australia” shows not already sold out.