Kate Miller-Heidke reschedules her 'Child In Reverse' tour to 2022.
Kate Miller-Heidke and her six-piece band have been forced to reschedule the 2021 ‘Child In Reverse’ tour due to continuous uncertainty around border closures and the COVID restrictions around Australia.
Unfortunately Kate’s A Day On The Green shows are unable to proceed as a result of this.
In Kate’s original tour announcement, she said it felt like an “eternity” waiting for the shows to begin. Now, fans will have to wait a little longer based on the health situation.
“We really tried, but this year, the C-word has made zipping across the country playing shows simply impossible right now,” Kate says. “We are, in a word, devastated. But, with a sense of determined optimism, we’re picking ourselves up and looking ahead to July 2022. Let’s see each other then!”
“Thank you to everyone who has bought tickets, and I hope you can hang on to them for July. Your ongoing faith and support keep me going. There is no replacement for sharing music live. I can’t wait to be with you all again.”
The tour will feature music from all five of her studio albums including, of course, her 2020 ARIA Top 10 album ‘Child In Reverse’.
All tickets bought for the original dates will be usable at the new shows, see dates below. Refunds will also be available to those unable to attend new show dates.
6 July – Concert Hall (Perth) - originally 11 December 2021 8 July – Palais Theatre (Melbourne) - originally 21 October 2021 9 July – Odeon Theatre (Hobart) - originally 30 October 2021 12 July – West Gippsland Arts Centre (Warragul) - originally 26 October 2021 14 July – Ulumbarra Theatre (Bendigo) - originally 19 October 2021 15 July – Costa Hall (Geelong) - originally 27 October 2021 16 July – Thebarton Theatre (Adelaide) - originally 20 November 2021 19 July – Cairns Performing Arts Centre - originally 30 September 2021 21 July – Anita’s Theatre (Wollongong) - originally 9 October 2021 22 July – Coliseum Theatre (Sydney) - originally 16 October 2021 23 July – City Hall (Newcastle) - originally 17 October 2021 26 July – State Theatre (Sydney) - originally 7 October 2021 28 July – Entertainment Centre (Darwin) - originally 5 October 2021