Australian musician (and all-round mega babe), Missy Higgins has announced that she’s hitting the road again. Missy has been overseas for the past few months, working on some new material, and will be bringing it on home for an ‘Orchestral Concert Series’.
Touring the country in November and December, the performances will include classics like Scar, The Special Two, and Steer, as well as showcasing her brand spanking new tunes, too. All the while, Missy will be supported by various Symphony Orchestras across the country. Special stuff.
On her Facebook page announcing the tour, Missy wrote, ‘Holy moly, these songs are going to sound epic.’ It’s official. She’s just as excited as us.
Having done a concert with an orchestra in Tasmania earlier in the year, Missy said on her website:
“I know it’s not the first time that a contemporary musician has teamed up with great orchestras in this way but other than that one time in Tassie this is the first time for me so I’m really looking forward to it. It’ll be something very different and hopefully something very special.”
Always delivering soul-satisfying gigs, Missy will also be supported by Melbourne folk artist Ben Abraham.
Coming to Adelaide on the 10th of December at the endlessly chic Bird In Hand Winery, all with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, it’s sure to be a gorgeous night.
Until then, here’s her latest release, which was a benefit single, released ‘to draw attention to the plight of Syrian refugees’. What a gem.
Pre-sale goes live on Friday the 12th of August at 10am (AEST) on her website here, and general sale is on Wednesday the 17th of August at 10am (AEST).
It won't be one to miss, that's for sure.
WHAT: Missy Higgins Orchestral Concert Series
WHERE: Bird In Hand Winery, Woodside
WHEN: 10th of December, 2016
All images via Missy Higgins' website.
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