Keith Urban is Going Back to Where it All Began, Tamworth: ‘A Benefit Show for Rural Aid Drought Relief’

Tamworth Town Hall, Tuesday January 22

12 December 2018

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No surprises that when the announcement was made that Keith Urban would be doing a stand alone performance in Tamworth, tickets would be snapped up - and they were.

The acoustic set sold out in just minutes.

Keith Urban announced yesterday that he will give a special performance, ‘A Benefit Show for Rural Aid Drought Relief,’ to take place as part of the 2019 Toyota Country Music Festival Tamworth at Tamworth Town Hall on Tuesday 22nd January, the set is scheduled prior to the launch of his “Graffiti U World Tour Australia.

All ticket sales will go directly to Rural Aid,who provide a holistic support program to rural Australia, including those in NSW and most of Queensland who were hit hardest by the drought. 
Tickets for the standalone benefit show are on sale NOW:
Phone: 02 6766 2028
In person: Capital Theatre Tamworth or The Big Golden Guitar
Limit 4 tickets per person

An established charity, Rural Aid was formed to provide assistance for the relief of poverty, illness, distress or disadvantage of individuals and families conducting primary production businesses that have been adversely affected by natural disasters.  With record dry conditions, financial hardship brought on by the drought means money is needed for essential items.
Keith Urban said, “A no frills, no production, free form set list and all to help people who could really use it. It’s gonna be a blast playing the old Tamworth Town Hall!”

Following ‘A Benefit Show for Rural Aid Drought Relief’ at Tamworth Town Hall, Urban’s “Graffiti U World Tour Australia” will begin with a sold out show at the Newcastle Entertainment Centre on January 23, followed by shows in Sydney (Qudos Bank Arena on January 25 and 26), Canberra (GIO Stadium on January 27), Brisbane (Entertainment Centre on January 31, February 2 and 3) and Melbourne (Rod Laver Arena on February 5 and 6). 
There are limited tickets available from for Urban's “Graffiti U World Tour Australia” for shows not already sold out.

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