Sydney & Melbourne Shows Postponed


Frontier Touring wish to advise that, due to illness, Jackson Browne’s scheduled performances at Aware Super Theatre, Sydney, tonight (Saturday 15 April) and Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne, on Sunday 16 April, are postponed.

In a statement this morning, the singer says:

“My Dear Friends,

I’m sorry to have to tell you that I’m still very sick, and have to postpone my concert at the Aware Super Theatre in Sydney. Though I have been taking antibiotics, and have had three days of vocal rest, that has not produced the results I was hoping for. In fact, I don’t actually know what kind of infection I have.

This means that I must postpone the rescheduled Melbourne show also. I’m very disappointed, because our shows have been going so well, and we have all been so excited to play for you. I’m disappointed too, not to get to hear Liz Stringer! I promise to get back here at the first opportunity, and play these two shows.”

Fans are urged to hold onto their tickets, with details of the rescheduled dates to be confirmed in the coming days. Tickets for the original Sydney and Melbourne shows will be valid for the new dates – ticketholders will be contacted directly by Ticketek with details. Patrons unable to attend the rescheduled dates are able to obtain a full refund. For any further questions, please contact Ticketek via the link here.

Frontier Touring appreciate fans’ understanding and wish Jackson a speedy recovery.