Award winning artist Gurrumul is set to head out on his second national tour to support his much anticipated second album Rrakala, which sees him play a variety of instruments.

Collbaorator Michael Hohnen says “Gurrumul and I have been talking about the best way of presenting a special concert to a larger audience and the challenges of this. On Rrakala Gurrumul plays drums, electric and acoustic guitars and grand piano.  I thought it was a touching but also a more varied performance at Bluesfest in Byron recently where some 8000 people simply stood, mesmerised, and listened for the entire hour, as if we were playing in their collective lounge room. This was a show where we had some extra people play with him – he loves playing with musicians backing him up,” he explains.

There’s also a chance for local bands to get to play with the acclaimed artist. Hohnen says “He is asking me who do I think would like to play with him in the different cities so I suppose the invitation is out there for each city.”  Audiences will be treated to a musical journey taking in both his ARIA award-winning debut album Gurrumul, and the current album that is Rrakala.

Friday 26 August 2011
Riverside Theatre Perth Convention Centre, Perth
Bookings: Ticketek 132 849 www.ticketek.com


Monday 29 August & Tuesday 30 August
Sydney Opera House, Sydney
Bookings: www.sydneyoperahouse.com

Thursday 1 September
Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane (Intimate Mode)
Bookings: www.ticketek.com or via phone on 132 849

Saturday 3 September
Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide
Bookings: www.venuetix.com.au

Monday 5 September, 2011
Royal Theatre, Canberra Convention Centre Canberra
Bookings: www.ticketek.com
 or via phone on 132 849

Wednesday 7 September, 2011
The Palais, St Kilda, Melbourne
Bookings: The Palais Box Office 136 100 & www.ticketmaster.com.au

Friday 9 September, 2011*
Federation Hall, Hobart
Bookings: www.ticketmaster.com.au

*Please note: The Hobart concert date has changed from 24 August at the Derwent Entertainment Centre. All tickets purchased for the Derwent Entertainment Centre are valid for The Federation Hall concert. Please contact Ticketmaster at point of purchase if seeking refund.