Singer-songwriters Liz Stringer and William Crighton announce headlining tour
lyrics by Kaya Martin
The two Australian musicians will cross the country next March for 10 captivating shows.
Sonic storytellers Liz Stringer and William Crighton will hit the road in March for a 10-stop headlining tour. Making their way from Fremantle to Brisbane, the two will join forces to create a powerful and electrifying live show. Catch them when they hit Melbourne’s Thornbury Theater on March 18.
For Liz Stringer, the tour comes after the success of her latest album, First Time Really Feeling. The singer’s sixth studio release won a 2022 ARIA Award for Best Independent Blues and Roots Album or EP and propelled her to new heights in the singer-songwriter sphere. After an 18-month gig as part of Midnight Oil’s touring band, Stringer is ready to bring her polished performance to cities nationwide.
Liz Stringer and William Crighton tour 2023
- March 5 – Mojos, Fremantle
- March 17 – Theater Royal, Castlemaine
- March 18 – Thornbury Theatre, Melbourne
- March 19 – Archie’s Creek Hotel, Archie’s Creek
- March 23 – Heritage Hotel, Bulli
- March 24 – Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle
- March 25 – Factory Theatre, Sydney
- March 30 – Brunswick Picture House, Brunswick Heads
- March 31 – Regent Theatre, Murwillumbah
- April 4 – Old Museum Concert Hall, Brisbane
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William Crighton will be surrounded by tracks from his acclaimed latest release, Water and Dust. Distinctly Australian, the album is centered on the artist’s return to the country after a stay abroad in Nashville. Fans can expect to hear alt-rock favorites including Stand and The Wheel, as well as previous hits.
The two artists will team up to create a captivating and moving musical evening. Touching the challenges and triumphs of their communities, the performances are sure to touch the heart.
Tickets are on sale now for their show at the Thornbury Theater on March 18. Get yours here.