Xavier Rudd 2022 will be touring Australia with a ton of dates from May to July in Capital cities and some regional towns. `The tour is to celebrate his 10th studio album Jan Juc Moon that was released March 25 earlier this year.
Xavier Rudd 2022 Tour Dates
Wed, JUN 29 – Burnie Arts & Function Centre
Thu, JUN 30 – Princess Theatre
Fri, JUL 1 -paranaple arts centre
Sat, JUL 2 – Odeon Theatre
Xavier Rudd 2022 Victorian Gigs
Fri, JUL 8 – West Gippsland Arts Centre
Sat, JUL 9 – Palais Theatre
St Kilda, Australia
Tue, JUL 12 – Albury Entertainment Centre
Wed, JUL 13
Wangaratta Performing Arts & Convention Centre
Fri, JUL 15 -Frankston Arts Centre
Sat, JUL 16 -Costa Hall
Sun, JUL 17 -Ulumbarra Theatre
Western Australian Gigs
Tue, JUL 19 -Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre (BREC)
Wed, JUL 20 -The Astor Theatre
Thu, JUL 21 -The Astor Theatre
Fri, JUL 22 – Queens Park
Sat, JUL 23 -This Life Music Festival
Carnarvon City Centre, Australia
Sun, JUL 24 – Federation Park
Tue, JUL 26 – Red Earth Arts Precinct
Wed, JUL 27 – Red Earth Arts Precinct
Check out more gigs on the Live Music Australia Gig Guide Calendar.
Xavier Rudd 2022
Xavier Rudd announces his 2022 Australian tour, in celebration of the release of his forthcoming 10th studio album ‘Jan Juc Moon’, out 25th March.
The wind blows strong though Xavier Rudd’s tenth album. It’s a recurring image that speaks of wide-open space and the awesome natural elements that shape it: a force far greater than us, but ours to harness if we take the time to learn, reflect and respect its ways.
“It hit me last year when I started to write Stoney Creek,” the Australian roots journeyman says of the album’s first, exhilarating single: a rolling acoustic balm of a song that finds refuge in the simple blessings of rest, companionship and belonging in a world gone crazy.
“We were on a trip north to the Cape and the wind was blowing too hard to take the tinnie out to the island… As I contemplated everything in my life and what was happening in the world there was literally a strong southeaster blowing, all the time. It felt like a wind of change, literally, in so many ways.”
The wide-open space he’d found himself in — the great COVID silence — was both beyond his control and curiously in-sync. The break accelerated a return to the solo mode of creation that first led the barefoot multi-instrumentalist on his phenomenal journey.
“Very excited to get out on the road and share this new record and live show that I’ve been working on. Australia first and then back out in the big wide world, the world needs music and I’m ready to share.”
Get your tickets and your friends and get along to a venue near you for a dance to his groovy beats. You cannot miss a night of Xavier Rudd’s music, the charm of his music is infectious. So make sure you get your tickets to a show before they sell out.