Delta Goodrem Announces Tour To Celebrate 20th Anniversary Of Her Hit Innocent Eyes Album

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Delta Goodrem Announces Tour To Celebrate 20th Anniversary Of Her Hit Innocent Eyes Album

Delta Goodrem has announced a tour to celebrate the 20th anniversary of its debut album Innocent Eyes.

Tickets for the shows, which kick off at the Sydney Opera House on September 25, 2023, will go on sale on November 18.

The 37-year-old pop star shared the exciting news on Instagram with her followers on Monday.

By including the iconic cover of the 2003 hit LP in her stories, Delta said fans can look forward to hearing every song from her hit album during every show.

The album features five hit singles – including Born to Try, Lost Without You and the title track.

“I couldn’t be more excited to take this album out on the road,” Delta gushed in her social media post.

“I never got to tour Innocent Eyes, so to have the chance to relive those moments with all of you, now it’s just perfect to celebrate..”

Delta also promised fans that she would share stories about the time she recorded the album that launched her career.

The tour kicks off in Sydney on September 25, 2023 at the Opera House.

Delta will then move to Melbourne on September 28 for a show at Hamer Hall.

Adelaide follows on October 1 at the Festival Theater before heading to Brisbane on October 3 for a concert at the Queensland Performing Arts Center.

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The Innocent Eyes tour ends October 7 in Perth at the Riverside Theater.

It comes after Delta expressed her shock and joy to learn she had sold out two shows in London and one in Berlin for her upcoming Bridge Over Troubled Dreams Tour.

Tickets go on sale on Friday, November 18 at 11 a.m. Fanclub, Ticketek and TEG Live pre-sale starts Wednesday 16 November from 9 am

The album features five hit singles - including Born to Try, Lost Without You and the title track.

The album features five hit singles – including Born to Try, Lost Without You and the title track.

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