|Thu 05 Mar, 2020||Enmore Theatre, Sydney - Lic. All Ages|
|Fri 13 Mar, 2020||Astor Theatre, Perth - Lic. All Ages*|
|Thu 20 May, 2021||The Gov, Adelaide - 18+|
|Fri 21 May, 2021||The Gov, Adelaide - 18+|
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7.30pm | Carla Geneve
8.20pm | Kevin Morby
9.30pm | Julia Jacklin
7.30pm | Jacob Diamond
8.20pm | Carla Geneve
9.30pm | Julia Jacklin
7.30pm | Doors Open
8.40pm | Maple Glider
9.40pm | Julia Jacklin
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Joining Julia in Sydney is globe trotting son of Kansas City, Kevin Morby. With his four acclaimed solo albums and myriad records of various collaborations, Kevin has become a true musical auteur. His singular vision, evocative lyrics and aptitude for catchy, dense songwriting has placed him firmly among the ranks of modern icons like Bill Callahan, Kurt Vile, Sharon Van Etten, Will Oldham and Jeff Tweedy. With his lavish, resplendent career best double LP Oh My God – with whom Morby made his 2016 breakthrough Singing Saw – Morby delivers a grandiose director’s cut of his biggest statement to date, epic in scope as well as sound. He quotes: “This one feels full circle, my most realised record yet. It’s a cohesive piece; all the songs fit under the umbrella of this weird religious theme. I was able to write and record the album I wanted to make. It’s one of those marks of a life: this is why I slept on floors for seven years. I’ve now gotten the keys to my own little kingdom and I’m devoting so much of my life to music that I just want to keep it interesting.”
Joining Julia on all three shows is Albany (WA) local Carla Geneve. Witnessing Geneve in performance is akin to a sermon of fire and brimstone: it’s an absolute sensory commandment of flesh and blood attention. Her eponymous self titled EP recently gave birth to arresting new single Yesterday’s Clothes. It reflects a “realisation that you’re falling out of love with someone, and then feeling guilty about it, even though that’s the sort of thing you can’t avoid.” She has opened for the likes of Gareth Liddiard (The Drones/Tropical Funk Storm), Cat Power & Kurt Vile and played Falls Festival and Laneway.
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RESCHEDULES ADELAIDE SHOW TO MAY 2021
WITH SPECIAL GUEST MAPLE GLIDER
Frontier Touring wishes to advise that Julia Jacklin will be rescheduling her show at Adelaide’s The Gov, originally scheduled to take place in November 2020. As venues are working with a reduced capacity, Julia’s Friday 27 November 2020 performance will now be split across two dates: Thursday May 20 and Friday May 21, 2021. Customers will be automatically assigned to a show based on the time of their original purchase. This rescheduling is due to the current COVID-19 crisis and subsequent government directives to restrict the size of all indoor public gatherings to no more than 100 patrons and the size of all outdoor gatherings to no more than 500 patrons in Australia.
All existing ticketholders need not take action: Oztix will reissue your tickets for one of the new dates. Fans are encouraged to #KeepYourTicket and attend one of the rescheduled May 2021 shows. Ticketholders will be contacted directly via their show’s authorised ticketing agency (Oztix) regarding the date change; steps will be provided should the May 2021 date not suit.
Frontier Touring and Julia Jacklin sincerely apologise to any ticketholders affected by the rescheduling and thank fans for their understanding and support in these unprecedented circumstances.