Ronan Keating 2012 @ WIN Entertainment Centre

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    Ronan Keating
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Ronan Keating, the charismatic multi-platinum Irish music superstar, will thrill his legions of Australian fans when he embarks on a national tour this summer, playing a very special set of concerts in intimate venues around the country. Joining Ronan on tour will be fellow Irish artist, Sharon Corr, singer, songwriter and violinist, and a founding member of international superstars, The Corrs. Stepping away from ‘The X Factor’ judges’ desk, Ronan, accompanied by his seven-piece band and a string quartet, will deliver stellar performances of songs from throughout his career. The set list will include highlights from ‘When Ronan Met Burt’, ‘Duet’, ‘Stay’ and ‘Songs for My Mother’, plus hits like ‘When You Say Nothing At All’, ‘Life Is A Rollercoaster’, ‘Lovin’ Each Day’, ‘If Tomorrow Never Comes’, ‘TheLong Goodbye’ and many more. Ronan is currently enjoying well-deserved success with his latest album, ‘When Ronan Met Burt’ (Universal Music). The top-three album, fast approaching platinum status, celebrates Ronan’s unique teaming with legendary composer Burt Bacharach. The album houses ten reworked classics including ‘Walk On By’, ‘I Just Don’t Know What To Do With Myself’, ‘The Look Of Love’ and ‘Arthur’s Theme (The Best That You Can Do)’, which Ronan recently performed on the hit TV show ‘The X Factor’, on which Ronan has been appearing as a judge and mentor for a second season. A Reserve $139.90 ~ B Reserve $109.90 Time 8.00pm


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Ronan Keating Previous Events, Festivals & Tour dates


Kings Park & Botanic Gardens 12 November, Civic Theatre Newcastle 10 November, Lyric Theatre, QPAC 08 November, State Theatre 02 November, State Theatre 01 November, AEC Theatre 30 October, Hamer Hall 29 October, Hamer Hall 28 October


The Depot (Brian McFadden, James D Smith) 10 March, EVAN Theatre Panthers (Brian McFadden) 09 March, Newcastle Entertainment Centre (Brian McFadden) 05 March, State Theatre (Brian McFadden) 04 March, Crown Theatre Perth (Brian McFadden) 12 March, Palais Theatre (Brian McFadden) 01 March, The Riverstage (Brian McFadden) 07 March


WIN Entertainment Centre 10 February, Regent Theatre (Sharon Corr) 05 February, Adelaide Festival Theatre (Sharon Corr) 14 February, Regent Theatre (Sharon Corr) 07 February, State Theatre (Sharon Corr) 27 January, Kings Park and Botanic Garden (Sharon Corr) 16 February, Adelaide Festival Theatre (Sharon Corr) 13 February, Newcastle Entertainment Centre (Sharon Corr) 11 February, WIN Entertainment Centre (Sharon Corr) 10 February, Royal Theatre, NCCC (Sharon Corr) 09 February, Regent Theatre (Sharon Corr) 06 February, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre (BCEC) (Sharon Corr) 30 January, State Theatre (Sharon Corr) 26 January


Cairns Convention Centre 28 January, Sydney Entertainment Centre 21 January, Rochford Wines (Tina Arena, Damien Leith) 31 January, Leconfield Wines (Tina Arena, Damien Leith) 30 January, Sirromet Wines (Tina Arena, Damien Leith) 26 January, Centennial Vineyard (Tina Arena, Damien Leith) 24 January, Bimbadgen Winery (Tina Arena, Damien Leith) 23 January, Sandalford Wines - Margaret River (Tina Arena, Damien Leith) 17 January, Sandalford Winery (Tina Arena, Damien Leith) 16 January, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) (Tina Arena) 02 February, Sydney Entertainment Centre (Tina Arena) 20 January