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Delta Goodrem Extends ‘Innocent Eyes’ 20th Anniversary Tour

The Australian icon will now perform three times in Sydney due to overwhelming demand

Delta Goodrem

Delta Goodrem has extended her upcoming Australia tour again due to overwhelming demand.

The Australian star is touring her home country to celebrate the 20th anniversary of her seminal album, Innocent Eyes.

It’s almost 20 years since Goodrem released her now-iconic debut, and there haven’t been many more successful Australian albums in the time since. Innocent Eyes spent an unprecedented 29 weeks at number one on the ARIA Albums Chart at the time, making it the highest-selling debut in Aussie history.

The album spawned a remarkable five number one singles, making Goodrem the first artist to achieve the feat from a debut record. Innocent Eyes was also the highest-selling album of the entire decade between 2000 and 2009.

On her upcoming tour, Goodrem will perform her acclaimed debut album in full, including beloved hits like “Born to Try” and “Lost Without You”.

After already adding three new shows to the celebratory tour to meet demand, Goodrem has now added a new show at the Sydney Coliseum Theatre on Saturday, September 23rd. All other tour dates are currently sold out (see full details below).

Tickets for the new show go on sale to the general public on Wednesday, May 24th at 11am AEST.

“I feel so grateful to have had all the opportunities this album has brought in my life and all the incredible people that took me into their homes with this album and who have been on this journey with me,” Goodrem said about her tour.

Delta Goodrem Innocent Eyes 20th Anniversary Tour

For tickets and further information visit deltagoodrem.com

Saturday, September 23rd (NEW SHOW)
Coliseum Theatre, Sydney, NSW

Monday, September 25th (SOLD OUT)
Sydney Opera House, Sydney, NSW

Tuesday, September 26th (SOLD OUT)
Sydney Opera House, Sydney, NSW

Thursday, September 28th (SOLD OUT)
Hamer Hall, Melbourne, VIC

Friday, September 29th (SOLD OUT)
Hamer Hall, Melbourne, VIC

Sunday, October 1st (SOLD OUT)
Festival Theatre, Adelaide, SA

Tuesday, October 3rd (SOLD OUT)
Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Brisbane, QLD

Wednesday, October 4th (SOLD OUT)
Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Brisbane, QLD

Saturday, October 7th (SOLD OUT)
Riverside Theatre, Perth, WA