|Fri 02 Nov, 2018||Riverside Theatre, Perth - All Ages|
|Sat 03 Nov, 2018||Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide - All Ages|
|Sun 04 Nov, 2018||Palais Theatre, Melbourne - All Ages|
|Thu 08 Nov, 2018||The Star Event Centre, Sydney - All Ages|
|Fri 09 Nov, 2018||The Star, Gold Coast - All Ages|
|Sat 10 Nov, 2018||Isaac Theatre Royal, Christchurch - All Ages|
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MELBOURNE SHOW ONLY
Joining Ms Warwick in Melbourne is the queen of Melbourne soul herself, Kylie Auldist (‘Sensational’). Kylie shot to international prominence after featuring on the huge track ‘This Girl’ by Kungs vs Cookin’ on 3 Burners, which reached #1 on single charts globally and has been streamed over 1 billion times on Spotify and YouTube alone.
SYDNEY SHOW ONLY
Sydney songstress Annie Z will be opening in Sydney. Check out her stunning piano cover of ‘At Last’ to get a taste ahead of Thursday night.
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03 Aug 2018
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VIP Meet & Greet Packages are available!
Each package includes:
— VIP ticket in the first two rows
— Exclusive one on one meet with Dionne Warwick
— Professional photograph with Dionne Warwick
— Official signed limited edition tour programme
— Souvenir VIP pass with lanyard
Times included on ticket pages or confirmation emails will reflect Door or Show Times and may differ from the Meet & Greet package.
Meet & Greet package purchasers will be contacted by email a few days prior to the show with additional details regarding time & location of Meet & Greet.
Photo ID & credit card of the original purchase is required for access to the Meet & Greet.
Information will be sent to the email address provided at the time of purchase. Your details of contact must be submitted at the time of purchase & be correct.
The artist, tour promoter, ticketing company, venue or any other affiliated parties are not responsible for out dated or inaccurate information provided by the consumer at the time of purchase.
All Meet & Greet packages are NON-REFUNDABLE and NON-TRANSFERRABLE.
NO REFUNDS will be given under any circumstances except in the case of concert/entire program cancellation.
NO NAME CHANGES will be permitted under any circumstances
Australian & New Zealand tour this November
Frontier Touring and Arena Touring are thrilled to confirm five-time GRAMMY® award winner and soul icon Dionne Warwick is returning to Australia and New Zealand for a string of intimate headline shows this November.
Commencing at Perth’s Riverside Theatre on 2 November, Warwick will perform a number of iconic songs from her extensive 50-year career for audiences in Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Gold Coast, before concluding at Christchurch’s Isaac Theatre Royal on 10 November.
Over the course of her years in entertainment, Warwick has established herself as an internationally renowned performer with her incredible blend of pop, R&B, gospel and soul. A regular fixture on the charts with 75 hit singles and having sold over 100 million records, Warwick’s remarkable vocals and catchy melodies resonate with audiences across the globe.
Warwick began her professional singing career in 1961 when she was discovered by songwriters Burt Bacharach and Hal David where together over the course of a decade they released almost 20 best-selling albums and over 30 hit singles including ‘Walk on By’, ‘A House Is Not A Home’, and ‘Say A Little Prayer For You’.
Receiving her first GRAMMY Award in 1968 for hit song ‘Do You Know the Way to San Jose?’ and her second GRAMMY Award in 1970 for best-selling album I’ll Never Fall In Love Again, Warwick was also the first African-American solo female artist to win the award for Best Contemporary Female Vocalist Performance. Known as the artist who ‘bridged the gap’, Warwick’s music transcended racial boundaries and she was the first of her peers to have a dozen consecutive Top 100 singles as well as to perform for the Queen of England.
Warwick’s second decade of hit songs began in 1970 when she signed to Warner Bros. Records. She recorded half a dozen records with a number of iconic producers including Thom Bell, Holland-Dozier-Holland, Jerry Ragavoy, Steve Barri and Michael Omartian before going on to sign with Arista Records in 1976. Together with producer Barry Manilow, she released her first platinum-selling album Dionne which included GRAMMY award-winning singles ‘I’ll Never Love This Way Again’ and ‘Déjà vu’.
Her extensively successful career continued in 1982 with the release of chart-topping album Heartbreaker co-produced by Barry Gibb and The Bee Gees and in 1985 she reunited with composer Burt Bacharach and longtime friends Gladys Knight, Elton John and Stevie Wonder to record the landmark song ‘That’s What Friends Are For’.
Warwick celebrated her 50th anniversary in entertainment in 2013 where she marked the occasion with the release of her album Now. Produced by the legendary Phil Ramone, the album featured unreleased material written by longtime friends and songwriters Burt Bacharach and Hal David. She went on to release Feels So Good in 2014, a duets album featuring a number of today’s greatest musical artists including Alicia Keys, Jamie Foxx, Billy Ray Cyrus, Ne-Yo, Gladys Knight, Cee Lo Green, Cyndi Lauper and many more.
As one of the most successful performers of our time, Dionne Warwick is a true star. These shows are not to be missed - secure tickets now to avoid disappointment!
Friday 2 November – Riverside Theatre, Perth
Saturday 3 November – Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide
Sunday 4 November – Palais Theatre, Melbourne
Thursday 8 November – Star Event Centre, Sydney
Friday 9 November – The Star, Gold Coast
Saturday 10 November – Isaac Theatre Royal, Christchurch
All shows – All Ages