Paul Kelly’s Making Gravy day festival has added an entire second event
09.11.2021

Paul Kelly’s Making Gravy day festival has added an entire second event

Making Gravy
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Paul Kelly's Making Gravy day festival will now occur on both Thursday 9 December and Friday 10 December, after adding a second event due to high demand.

Due to high demand for Paul Kelly’s Making Gravy, Frontier Touring is excited to announce a second and final Melbourne show at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl for Friday 10 December.

General public tickets for this new show will go on-sale 2pm AEDT tomorrow, Wednesday 10 November.

What you need to know

  • Second and final Melbourne show added to Making Gravy 2021
  • General public tickets for the second Melbourne show on Friday 10 December are on-sale 2pm AEDT tomorrow, Wednesday 10 November
  • Brisbane and first Melbourne shows on sale now
  • Paul Kelly and his band with special guests Ball Park Music, Sycco and Emma Donovan & The Putbacks

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Tickets are on-sale now and selling fast for Making Gravy’s Melbourne show one at Sidney Myer Music Bowl on Thursday 9 December and Brisbane’s Riverstage on Saturday 18 December.

Joining Kelly and his band in Melbourne and Brisbane this December will be Vika and Linda Bull, Dan Kelly, Bill McDonald, Peter Luscombe, Ash Naylor and Cameron Bruce, in addition to fellow big-hitters Ball Park Music, Sycco and Emma Donovan & The Putbacks.

Now in its fourth year, Making Gravy kicks off the festive season with the music of Paul Kelly’s four decade-long career, reserving a special place for the Christmas classic ‘How To Make Gravy’. Anyone who follows Paul Kelly, knows the depth and detail that makes his work so enduring.  Making Gravy is no exception.

This year the festival coincides with Kelly’s first Christmas album, Paul Kelly’s Christmas Train.

The first single ‘Christmas’ is out now.  Directed by Siân Darling (Courtney Barnett, Alice Skye, Electric Fields) and shot on the streets of Kelly’s home-turf, St Kilda with an iPhone, the video for ‘Christmas’ is a rollicking and lively rock ‘n’ roll adventure that pays homage to the nostalgia of a typical Australian summer Christmas.

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