Fanny Lumsden - Fallow Album Tour

-ALL AGES EVENT- 

“I wrote these songs in a season of change, in a valley on the western side of the Snowy Mountains and recorded them in a stone hut."
- Fanny Lumsden: ARIA Award winner, Best Country Album 2020
 
"It’s like she’s harnessed the greatest attributes of Gillian Welch & Dolly Parton"- The Music

 

Fanny Lumsden is in her own lane. The Country singer songwriter recently released her breakthrough record (Chris Mathieson, SMH) Fallow, debuting #10 on the ARIA chart, receiving rave reviews across the board and an ARIA win for 'Country Album of the Year'.  Hailing from Tooma in the Snowy Mountains of NSW, Lumsden also has three Golden Guitars Awards, an AIR & a CMC Award, her own Record Label (Red Dirt Road Records) & with along with her husband Dan Stanley Freeman, owns & runs her hugely successful touring brand, The Country Halls Tour, annually selling out halls across Australia. Fallow was nominated for seven Golden Guitar Awards this January.

Along with her world class band, Fanny has established herself as an exuberant performer with a high energy show that somehow successfully manages to combine totem tennis and synchronised swimming with intimate storytelling, delivered with glorious harmonies. Fanny is changing up how ‘things are done’ & is not to be missed.

This tour will bring something a little different to the live stage. Cinematic, laden with harmonies, stories and musicianship, these theatre-based shows will take you on a journey into the mountains, across the plains and back again. Regardless, it will be a hell of a lot of fun and something you definitely don’t want to miss.

Welcome to the valley. Welcome to Fallow. 

*Cannot guarantee the absence of Dad jokes

 

Buy Tickets
Sun, 31 Jan 2021 03:30 PM 31 Jan 03:30PM Buy Tickets
Venue
Empire Church Theatre
Prices

Adult $34.20 

Child U15yrs $24.20 

Family of 5 (2 Adults & 3 Children)  $121.00 

VIP Meet and Greet $52.00 

 

Note: VIP Meet and Greet takes place prior to the show and includes a performance of some acoustic songs. From 2.30pm.