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John Williamson


Sat 18th March 2023, 8:00 PM


2 Wharf St
Tweed Heads NSW 2485


As the desert wind picks up a roly poly and drops it again here and there, so does John Williamson make his way across the country at selected locations. Not one to say he’s retiring just yet, don’t miss the opportunity to experience the man himself throughout 2022 before he does decide to hang up his trusty Maton guitar and give it a well-earned rest.

From his humble beginnings as a young wheat farmer from the Mallee, who walked into Richmond’s GTV9 studios in 1970 with a guitar under his arm and one song, Old Man Emu, to his name, John Williamson has made an art of capturing Australia in song like no others. His performance of this song on Channel Nine’s popular New Faces program resulted in a number one single and a record deal. But perhaps John’s greatest legacy is making Australians proud of their country and of who they are.

‘In 2020, COVID made a liar out of my ‘Winding Back’ tour with all my concerts from early March having to be postponed and rescheduled again and again. And it’s still happening. But 2020 gave me the break I’d been craving to spend more time at my property at Springbrook, working on other creative projects; projects I’ve not had the time to do before. But I also missed the audiences, who have been so beautiful to me for such a long time. After 52 years, I think I HAVE earned a bit more peace in my life. So the ‘In Concert’ tour will take in selected locations and venues to allow me more time at home but still perform to my loyal fans and I’ll give them all I’ve got.’

With honours including the ARIA Hall of Fame, an Order of Australia, 28 Golden Guitar Awards, Australian Roll of Renown induction, 52 albums–including 20 original studio albums, over 5 million albums sold and thousands of shows performed, it’s hard to begrudge the 76-year-old singer song writer a less hectic schedule.

So, don’t miss John Williamson, True Blue himself. Moving between his larrikin humour and touching pathos, he’ll make you laugh, make you cry and take you to places you’ll just have to visit for yourself!

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If you haven’t yet stayed at The Sebel Twin Towns, it’s definitely time you did. With the introduction of a 10% members discount seven days a week, including weekends. Every week, all year round, the Showroom rolls out a star-studded line-up of world class shows featuring some of the best Australian and international touring bands and artists. Many hotel guests choose to see a show or two while they’re staying inhouse.

Now, members can conveniently manage their Twin Towns experience from start to finish, all online, including their 10% discount. Choose your show and preferred seats in the Showroom on the Twin Towns website. Then head to The Sebel Twin Towns website to book the room style that suits you best. Use the Preferential Code TTMEMBER to access your 10% discount on accommodation. Hotel Reception will confirm your membership details when you check in. If you’re not a member, you can still take advantage of the 10% discount by joining from as little as $2 per year.

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Phone: 1800 014 014

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This may require rescheduling of dates or changes to ticketing configurations if seating is required under government guidelines.




Sat 18th March 2023, 8:00 PM


2 Wharf St
Tweed Heads NSW 2485

We wish to acknowledge the Ngandowal and Minyungbal speaking people of the Bundjalung Country, in particular the Goodjinburra, Tul-gi-gin and Moorung – Moobah clans, as being the traditional owners and custodians of the land and waters within the Tweed Shire boundaries. We also acknowledge and respect the Tweed Aboriginal community’s right to speak for its Country and to care for its traditional Country in accordance with its lores, customs and traditions.