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Never one to be idle, legendary singer/songwriter Ian Moss, in support of his critically acclaimed new album ‘Rivers Run Dry’, has announced another 29 dates, a mixture of Solo Acoustic shows and Festival dates with his incredible band, to his ‘Rivers Run Dry’ Tour extending the tour until 1 June 2024.

If it’s Mossy on stage with just his guitar and stomp box or with a band in top gear, you know he will leave nothing in the tank, and it is this total commitment to his craft that has been mesmerizing audiences for over 40 years.

The extended ‘Rivers Run Dry’ Tour will include returns to Canberra and Adelaide plus regional areas in Western Australia, Victoria, NSW, South Australia, and QLD.

It has also recently been announced that Ian will perform with his band at Tunes On The Green, Hay NSW on Saturday, 16 March and Byron Bay Bluesfest.
Always looking to give young artists an opportunity, joining Ian as supports for the 2024 dates will be an incredibly impressive collection of Australian talent. Award winning singer-songwriter whose debut album ‘Finally Clear’ landed at #1 on the ARIA Chart, Raechel Whitchurch (ACT, NSW, VIC), acclaimed Country/Folk roots artist Callum Wylie, who will release his new EP in 2024 (VIC, SA), Lachlan Edwards with his definitive coastal sound, songwriting and soaring voice has won fans everywhere (NSW), multiple award winning alternative country artist Melody Moko (QLD), Dingo (Brandon Dodd) who plans to drop his new album ‘Dingo & The Rising River’ soon and is a member of Kasey Chambers’ band (NSW, QLD). With an impressive collection of accolades, three-time WAM Song of the Year winner Codee-Lee (WA) and respected singer songwriter Tullara who has performed on both local and international stages (QLD).


Tickets on sale from 10.00am local times on Thursday, 5 October from or the venues

Thursday 25 January – The Longyard Hotel, Tamworth NSW (with band)
Friday 9 February – Canberra Playhouse, Canberra, ACT <
Saturday 10 February – Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre, Shoalhaven NSW <
Friday 16 February – Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre, Bunbury WA ^
Friday 23 February – Frankston Arts Centre, Frankston VIC **
Saturday 24 February – Geelong Arts Centre Story House, Geelong VIC **
Friday 1 March – Dubbo Regional Theatre, Dubbo NSW <
Saturday 2 March – Orange Civic Theatre, Orange NSW <
Friday 8 March – The Art House, Wyong NSW ##
Saturday 9 March – Goulburn Performing Arts Centre, Goulburn NSW ##
Saturday 16 March – Tunes On The Green, Hay NSW (with band)
Friday 22 March – Brolga Theatre, Maryborough QLD >
Saturday 23 March – Moncrieff Entertainment Centre, Bundaberg QLD >
Saturday 30 March – Byron Bay Bluesfest, Byron Bay, NSW (with band)
Friday 5 April – Blue Mountains Theatre, Blue Mountains NSW <
Saturday 6 April – Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre, Wagga Wagga NSW <
Wednesday 10 April – The Gov, Adelaide, SA **
Friday 12 April – Wendouree Performing Arts Centre, Wendouree VIC **
Saturday 13 April – Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre, Mount Gambier SA **
Wednesday 17 April – Broken Hill Civic Centre, Broken Hill NSW <
Friday 19 April – Mildura Arts Centre, Mildura VIC <
Saturday 20 April – Chaffey Theatre, Renmark SA **
Friday 26 April – The J Theatre, Noosa QLD ##
Saturday 27 April – Heritage Bank Auditorium, Toowoomba QLD ##
Friday 10 May – Redlands Performing Arts Centre, Cleveland QLD ##
Saturday 11 May – Ipswich Civic Centre, Ipswich QLD ##
Friday 17 May – Anita’s Theatre, Thirroul NSW ++
Saturday 18 May – Brighton Lakes Recreation and Golf Club, Moorebank NSW
Friday 24 May – Lizotte’s, Newcastle NSW ++
Saturday 25 May – Lizotte’s, Newcastle NSW ++
Friday 31 May – Tanks Arts Centre, Cairns QLD ***
Saturday 1 June – Tanks Arts Centre, Cairns QLD ***

With Special Guests:
Raechel Whitchurch < | Lachlan Edwards ++ | Callum Wylie ** | Dingo Music ## | Melody Moko > | Codee-Lee • | Tullara ***

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With thanks to Ferris Davies PRM

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