Neil Diamond’s golden anniversary tour comes to China
The 1960s was a good decade in the life of Neil Diamond, who was 25when he released his debut albumThe Feel of Neil Diamondin 1966.
By the end of the decade, Diamond, who will bring his 50th anniversary tour to next March and April, had released three more albums and numerous songs that would stand the test of time.
Neil Diamond. Photo: Micah Diamond
Solitary Man,Sweet Caroline,ShiloandHoly Holywere among thesongs that would establish Neil Diamondas a star on the rise, whileCracklin’ Rosie,Kentucky WomanandSong Sung Bluewould deliver on the promise of more to come.
As the ’70s unfolded and Diamond became a star on stage as well as one of the biggest recording artists in the world, hisYou Don’t Bring Me Flowersduet with Barbara Streisand,DesireeandLove Onthe Rockspropelled him even higher in the entertainment universe.
Fifty-two years since his debut album, Diamond’s hugely successful anniversary tour will play nine n dates, including Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on March 27 and Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne on April 3. His outdoor shows will include Sutton Grange Winery, near Castlemaine, on March 31, and the Hunter Valley’s Roche Estate on April 7. The 76-year-old will alsoperformin Brisbane, Townsville, Adelaide and Perth.
In more recent years Diamond’s star was officially recognised on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and he performed to a crowd of more than100,0000 at the Glastonbury Festival. Over his long career he has sold 130 million albums.
Tickets goon sale from 2pm on Thursday, November16.
For more information, head here. Ticket pre-sales from telstra老域名出售/neildiamond open at 2pm on Tuesday, November 14.
The NZ- tour itineraryCHRISTCHURCH– Tuesday, March 15, at AMI StadiumNAPIER – Tuesday, March 17, at Mission EstateTOWNSVILLE – Tuesday, March 20, at 1300 Smiles StadiumSUNSHINE COAST – Thursday, March 22, at Sunshine Coast StadiumBRISBANE – Saturday, March 24, at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre,SYDNEY – Tuesday, March 27, at Qudos Bank ArenaVICTORIA – Saturday, March 31, at Sutton Grange WineryMELBOURNE – Tuesday, April 3, at Rod Laver ArenaHUNTER VALLEY – Saturday, April 7, at Roche EstateADELAIDE – Wednesday, April 11, at Botanic ParkPERTH – Saturday, April 14, at Sandalford Estate, Swan Valley