Julia Jacklin Announces Solo Australian Tour

Julia Jacklin has announced her first ever solo headline Australian tour for July and August. She plans to play 17 shows across the two months down the east coast.

Included in the tour will be her third attempt at her Sydney Recital Hall show, which has already been postponed twice due to Covid, and replacement shows in Melbourne after RISING festival was cancelled in May.

She’ll play a series of intimate regional gigs too, as well as a notably rare set in the Blue Mountains, where she grew up.

Jacklin will play songs from her two records: 2016’s Don’t Let The Kids Win and 2019’s Crushing. She’ll play tracks from the albums alongside brand new works and first-time performances of her 2020 Sub Pop 7″ ‘to Perth before the border Closes / Cry’ and her Christmas anthem ‘Baby Jesus is Nobody’s Baby Now’.

It’s going to be an immensely special tour, being her first solo headline tour, and with such an extensive back catalogue, these shows are going to be incredibly special.

Tickets go on sale Friday, 2nd July at 12PM via her official website.

Check out the full run of dates below.


Friday, 30th July
The Sound Doctor
Anglesea, VIC

Saturday, 31st July
The Sound Doctor
Anglesea, VIC

Thursday, 5th August
The Bridge
Castlemaine, VIC

Friday, 6th August
Melbourne Recital Centre
Melbourne, VIC

Sunday, 8th August
Caravan Club
Archie’s Creek, VIC

Wednesday, 11th August
Melbourne Recital Centre
Melbourne, VIC

Thursday, 12th August
Anita’s Theatre
Thirroul, NSW

Friday, 13th August
Blackheath Community Hall
Blue Mountains, NSW

Saturday, 14th August
Orange Conservatorium
Orange, NSW

Friday, 20th August
Canberra Theatre
Canberra, ACT

Saturday, 21st August
Narooma Kinema
Narooma, NSW

Sunday, 22nd August
Candelo Hall
Candelo, NSW

Thursday, 26th August
Newcastle City Hall
Newcastle, NSW

Friday, 27th August
Avoca Theatre
Avoca, NSW

Friday, 3rd September
Sydney Recital Centre
Sydney, NSW

Sunday, 5th September
Princess Theatre
Brisbane, QLD

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