Australian music legend John Williamson will perform at Swan Hill Town Hall this May.
He will perform some of the classics from his 48-year career – like True Blue, Rip Rip Woodchip and Old Man Emu – plus songs from his album new Butcherbird.
The audience will be taken on a journey through the country with humour, romance, environmental issues, travelling songs and campfire stories all woven together.
“I’m still having fun touring – I guess I will keep going until 2020 – my 50th year in the industry,” he said.
“My new album Butcherbird has come up amazingly well, considering I didn’t plan or promise another of all new songs. Everyone is very excited and so am I
“For me, it’s all about entertainment, just like my concerts, and I can’t wait to get on the raod with this new tour.”
This truly is a show for all – his audiences regularly span four generations – and tickets are expected to sell fast. Book through the Swan Hill Town Hall now.
John Williamson – Butcherbird
When: Friday, 10 May, 8pm
Where: Swan Hill Town Hall
Tickets: Adult $55, pensioner/senior $52, child 3-14 $33
Book: swanhilltownhall.com, 1800 625 373 or in person at Swan Hill Region Information Centre