Multi-Platinum British singer and songwriter James Blunt returns to Australia in 2020, performing at a day on the green atSirromet Wines, Mount Cotton for his only Queensland show on Sunday November 22.
He will be joined by Grammy award-winner Jason Mraz, who comes to Australia after six years. The pair have been occasional touring partners over the years, sharing stages in the US, Canada, UK and Ireland since 2005.
The pair come courtesy of Roundhouse Entertainment in conjunction with Frontier Touring and also welcome acclaimed Australian singer-songwriter Olympia, who will be making her a day on the green debut on this tour.
The tour news comes off the back of Blunt's recently released sixth album, Once Upon A Mind, out now via Atlantic Records/Warner Music Australia.
It's been 15 years since fans first fell in love with Blunt via his blockbuster 2004 debut album Back To Bedlam and the global sensation You're Beautiful. The chart-topping superstar, made famous by his honest, heartfelt songs and impressive Twitter skills, has amassed more than 67 million streams in Australia to date and sold 23 million albums worldwide, as well as receiving five Grammy award nominations, two BRIT and two Ivor Novello awards.
Mraz's soulful folk-pop sound has led to 7,000,000 album sales, two Grammy awards and honours at the Songwriters hall of fame. His hits include the record-breaking I'm Yours, I Won't Give Up, Love Is Still The Answer and The Remedy (I Won't Worry). C
Jason sits on the board of the ASCAP Foundation and also runs the Jason Mraz Foundation, which advocates for inclusive arts education and the advancement of equality, donating more than US$1 million to non-profits. He's also at the helm of Mraz Family Farms, established in 2015 and committed to peace via organic regenerative agriculture and fair trade, farming coffee beans and avocados.
Olympia(Olivia Bartley) found fame with her 2016 debut album, Self Talk, which was a finalist in the Australian music prize for Album of the Year and led to a nomination for breakthrough artist at the ARIA Awards. She released her second album, Flamingo, in 2019.
Ticket prices are $110.90 for general admission, $149.90 for silver, $189.90 for gold and $229.90 for diamond. Tickets are from ticketmaster.com.au and 136 100.
In 2020, day on the green marks its 20th season. After more than 470 shows and 4,000,000 patrons, the a day on the greenexperience of good food, fine wine and great music in magnificent locations remains unrivalled and is firmly established as one of Australia's most popular and premier outdoor concert events.
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