Judith Durham -The Farewell New Zealand Tour

International superstar Judith Durham today announces that her solo tour of New Zealand in April will be her last tour of New Zealand.

Her recently announced 13-show tour will be our last chance to see and hear the legendary performer live in concert.

The special matinee series, dedicated to her fans, will be the final chance to say goodbye to “the real Georgy Girl” – live on stage. Tickets are on sale now.

To cater for her fans of all ages, Judith has personally requested earlier starting times for all her performances in beautiful theatres throughout the country.

Many fans travel halfway around the world to hear Judith’s one-in-a-million golden voice and to experience the magic of her incredible 50-year musical journey.

Travelling to 12 cities in April/May, The Farewell New Zealand Tour will give New Zealand audiences the rare and final opportunity to hear ‘true musical royalty’ in concert.

In the mid-Sixties Judith Durham’s iconic voice, as the legendary and much-loved lead singer of The Seekers, propelled the group to the top of the world charts time and time again – often outselling The Beatles and The Rolling Stones.

The Seekers’ million-selling hits include “Georgy Girl” (Oscar-nominated Best Original Song), “I’ll Never Find Another You” (more than 15 million hits on YouTube to date) and heartfelt epic “The Carnival Is Over” (No.30 in ‘UK Top 100 Best Selling Singles Of All Time’).

Judith’s Farewell New Zealand Tour is a glorious celebration of her incredible five decades in the music industry.

Wed 13 – Whangarei – Forum North
Fri 15 – Auckland – Bruce Mason Centre
Sun 17- Hamilton – Founders Theatre
Tue 19 – Wellington – Opera House
Thurs 21 – Blenheim – Asb Theatre Marlborough
Sat 23 – Christchurch – Isaac Theatre Royal
Sun 24 – Timaru – Theatre Royal
Tue 26 – Invercargill – Civic Theatre
Thu 28 – Dunedin – Town Hall
Sat 30 – Napier – Municipal Theatre 

Sun 1 – Palmerston North – Regent On Broadway 
Wed 4 – Tauranga – Baycourt Theatre – 2 Shows**

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