“Bringing the Lilith tour to Australia has been an ambition of ours for years and we’re thrilled to be able to host ‘A Taste of Lilith’ in October using the best, intimate venues we could book,” promoter Michael Chugg said in a statement.
A Taste of Lilith begins Oct. 4 at Enmore Theatre in Newtown and wraps up Oct. 16 at Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre.
The lovely ladies also stop at Adelaide Entertainment Center in Hindmarsh (Oct. 10) and Palais Theatre in Melbourne (Oct. 12).
On Oct. 8 McLachlan, Court Yard Hounds and Miller-Heidke perform as part of One Movement For Music Perth. The festival takes place Oct. 8-10 at Perth’s The Esplanade. Friday’s lineup also features Todd Rundgren’s Johnson (featuring the artist playing Robert Johnson songs), Paul Kelly, Pink Martini, Lil’ Band O’ Gold, Mama Kin and Kadangyan.
Tickets to A Taste of Lilith go on sale via fan club pre-sales Aug. 30. General public tickets go on sale Sept. 2.
Standard tickets are priced at $149 Australian ($133). Platinum reserved ticket packages cost $249 Australian ($222) and include platinum reserved seating, a limited edition tour poster and a limited edition tour bag.
A Taste of Lilith is donating $1 Australian ($0.89) from every ticket sold to the Ovarian Research Foundation.
Lilith 2010 took place over 23 U.S. and Canadian dates June 27-Aug. 3. The tour featured more than 90 acts including Mary J. Blige, Sugarland, Erykah Badu, Emmylou Harris, Tegan and Sara, Metric, Colbie Caillat and Heart. The trek raised $200,000 for local women’s charities and donated another $300,000 to the Lilith i4C campaign with funds directed to Alter Eco, Better World Books, To-Go Ware and Grameen America.
Click here for Lilith’s website.
For ticket prices and more information about One Movement for Music Perth, click here.