Crowded House have added a second and final A Day on the Green show in Queensland due to overwhelming demand.
After fans rushed to buy tickets for the first date when they went on sale, the band will now play at Sirromet Wines, Mount Cotton on Sunday, November 6th. They’ll again be supported by The Teskey Brothers and The Waifs, with tickets for the new date going on sale today via Ticketmaster.
Tickets are sold out for the first A Day on the Green show at Sirromet Wines on Saturday, November 5th, but here limited amounts remaining for the shows at Bimbadgen, Hunter Valley on Saturday, November 12th and Mt Duneed Estate, Geelong on Saturday, November 19th.
It comes just one month after Crowded House confirmed their rescheduled Dreamers Are Waiting tour dates, after Neil Finn’s COVID-19 diagnosis previously caused the final four shows to be postponed.
“We are very pleased to announce rescheduled shows in Australia for the ones we lost through Covid in April,” Crowded House shared then. “Should these new dates not be possible for some of you to attend we hope the process of refunds is straightforward and look forward to seeing you next time. The show must go on!”
Prior to the postponement, the Dreamers Are Waiting tour had received strong reviews. The Guardian hailed it as “a joyous and long-awaited return to Australia,” even noting that for some fans it felt like “a quasi-religious experience”; The Age, meanwhile, wrote that “Crowded House filled the (Sidney Myer) Bowl with love.”
Crowded House A Day on the Green Tour Dates 2022
Presented by Roundhouse Entertainment and Live Nation
Tickets on sale from Monday, June 6th (10am local time) via Ticketmaster.
Saturday, November 5th
Sirromet Wines, Mount Cotton, QLD (SOLD OUT)*
Sunday, November 6th
Sirromet Wines, Mount Cotton, QLD (NEW SHOW)
Saturday, November 12th
Bimbadgen, Hunter Valley, NSW (SELLING FAST)**
Saturday, November 19th
Mt Duneed Estate, Geelong, VIC (SELLING FAST)***
*with The Teskey Brothers and The Waifs
**with Boy & Bear and The Waifs
***with Angus & Julia Stone and The Waifs