Tom Jones Announces 2024 Australian Tour: ‘Ages & Stages’
Music legend Tom Jones has announced he and his band are bringing his Ages & Stages tour to Australia next year, with tickets going on sale this Friday.
Ages & Stages will mark the 83-year-old Sex Bomb singer’s first tour Down Under in eight years.
Jones has gifted his fans with more than six decades of award-winning music, from What’s New Pussycat and She’s a Lady to Delilah and It’s not Unusual.
As the singer enters his mid-eighties, it may be the last time Aussies get to enjoy the Welsh rock star on Australian soil.
Jones has had a legendary career, selling more than 100 million albums with 36 singles reaching the UK top 40 charts. His music traverses generational and genre boundaries, appealing to young and old, with inspirations from soul, R&B, pop and rock and roll.
“Absolutely blown away. Truly can’t believe you’re coming. It’s fabulous, just so happy,” one fan wrote on Instagram.
“Fabulous news for all your fans in Australia. You are simply the best singer and entertainer, with the most incredible voice,” another said.
The tour will cross major Australian cities and coastal and regional towns including Byron Bay, where Jones will headline the Bryon Bay Bluesfest for the second time. According to the Bluesfest director, Peter Noble, Jones personally requested to return to the iconic music festival.
Ages & Stages 2024 tour dates and venues
March 21: Perth, WA — Kings Park and Botanic Garden
March 23: Bowral, NSW — Centennial Vineyards (featuring Delta Goodrem)
March 26: Adelaide, SA — The Drive
March 28: Melbourne, VIC – Margaret Court Arena
March 30: Byron Bay, NSW – Bluesfest Byron Bay
April 2: Newcastle, NSW — Newcastle Entertainment Centre
April 4: Sydney, NSW – Aware Super Theatre
How to buy tickets
Tickets go on sale for the general public on Friday, September 22, however where you purchase your tickets will depend on the venue you wish to attend.
Perth, Adelaide and Bowral
Tickets are purchased through Ticketmaster and will go on sale at 2pm (local time). There is a strict limit of 10 tickets per customer and all ticket holders must have a Ticketmaster account. So be sure to sign up ready for Friday’s purchase.
Ticketmaster has prepared a full guide to give you the best chance at securing tickets. Some tips include signing into your Ticketmaster account ahead of time, don’t refresh your screen and keep an eye on the timer, ensuring you move through the processing pages quickly.
Melbourne, Newcastle and Sydney
Tickets are purchased through Ticketek and will go on sale at 2pm (local time). There is a strict limit of 10 tickets per person, if you exceed this limit your tickets will be cancelled. To have the best chance possible, create a Ticketek account ahead of time.
Presale tickets go on sale Wednesday, September 20 at 3pm (local time). To be eligible for presale you can sign up through Live Nation ahead of time.
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