Jackson Browne announces rescheduled Melbourne concert dates for November

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Jackson Browne announces rescheduled Melbourne concert dates for November

Jackson Browne rescheduled

The Melbourne and Sydney shows have been postponed to November and December this year.

Jackson Browne will return to Australia this November/December 2023, to perform in Melbourne and Sydney, following postponing his shows in both cities last week. Jackson recovered from illness and continued his tour with shows in Auckland and Wellington, NZ. The final show of the tour is in Christchurch on April 21.

All existing tickets remain valid for the new dates. If you purchased tickets to Browne’s original show at Melbourne’s Margaret Court Arena on Thursday, April 13, your new show date is Wednesday, November 29. If you purchased a ticket to his Sydney performance at Aware Super Theatre show on Saturday, April 15, your new date is Friday, December 1.

Jackson Browne rescheduled shows

  • November 29 – Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne
  • December 1 – Aware Super Theatre, Sydney

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With hits such as ‘Running On Empty’‘These Days’‘Doctor My Eyes’, ​ ‘The Load Out’, the c0-writer of Eagles’ classic ‘Take It Easy’, recent single ‘Minutes To Downtown’ and many more – Browne’s remarkable, eloquent songwriting is matched by his social justice work. Browne got his start behind the scenes, penning tunes that would be recorded by the likes of Nico, The Byrds, and Tom Rush before launching his own solo career.

Known for his advocacy on behalf of the environment, human rights, and arts education, Browne is the co-founder of Musicians United for Safe Energy (MUSE) and Nukefree.org, and a member of Ocean advocacy group Ocean Elders. In 2002, he was the fourth recipient of the John Steinbeck Award, while he has received Duke University’s LEAF award for Lifetime Environmental Achievement in the Fine Arts, and both the Chapin-World Hunger Year and NARM Harry Chapin Humanitarian Awards.

Joining the tour as special guest (Melb/Syd shows) is Liz Stringer, one of Australia’s most admired and versatile songwriters and instrumentalists. Recently nominated for two AIR Awards for her album First Time Really Feeling and winning the ‘Best Independent Blues and Roots Album’ category, Stringer has recently been on the road in the USA performing with Midnight Oil.

Celebrating his first new album in seven years alongside his legendary arsenal, Jackson Browne live on stage is not to be missed. While in Australia, Browne will also perform at Perth’s a day on the green.