Sarah Blasko 'I Awake' Tour @ Adelaide Festival Centre

Sarah Blasko 'I Awake' Tour

The captivating Sarah Blasko will take ‘I Awake’ on the road with her in February 2013 and it’s set to be a big affair. Taking in all states, Blasko has invited an orchestra in each capital city to accompany her, rousing the beast that is ‘I Awake’.

Blasko never shrinks from breaking new ground, and in true form she is taking to the Concert Hall stage with a full canon of players from the best orchestras that Australia has to offer, to peform songs from I Awake, as well as selected hits from her previous repertoire.
Already acclaimed by critics as her masterpiece, I Awake is a grand statement from one of the country’s most unique and respected artists. For her fourth studio album, Blasko took on the role of producer, recording in Stockholm, Sweden and Sofia, Bulgaria with the 52-piece Bulgarian Symphony Orchestra.

Sarah has won two ARIAs for Best Female and Best Pop Album, plus triple j’s J Award for Australian Album of the Year. She has also been nominated for a further 14 ARIAs (including two for Album of The Year) and been shortlisted for two Australian Music Prizes and another J Award. She last graced the Concert Hall stage appearing in the sell out Finn Brothers tribute They Will Have Their Way, alongside Paul Dempsey, Clare Bowditch, Holly Throsby, Sally Seltmann, Lior and Alexander Gow.

All three of Sarah’s previous albums – The Overture & the Underscore, What The Sea Wants, The Sea Will Have and As Day Follows Night – have far exceeded Platinum sales.

Sarah also wrote the score for Bell Shakespeare’s Hamlet in 2008.

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Sarah Blasko Previous Events, Festivals & Tour dates


The Tivoli 26 September, The Queenscliff Hotel 23 November, Canberra Theatre Centre 23 May, Hotel Northern 11 May, 170 Russell 22 June, Capitol Theatre 21 June, Rosemount Hotel 15 June, The Gov 08 June, The Metro Theatre 01 June, The Odeon Theatre 26 May, The Triffid 12 May


Taronga Zoo 13 February


Fremantle Arts Centre 18 November, The Residence 21 November, Art Gallery of NSW 25 September, Albany Entertainment Centre 13 August, Margaret River Cultural Centre 12 August, Queens Park Theatre 10 August, Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre 09 August, Chaffey Theatre 07 August, Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre 06 August, Middleback Theatre 05 August, Northern Festival Centre 04 August, The Lighthouse Theatre 02 August, Wendouree Centre for Performing Arts 01 August, The Capital Theatre 31 July, Eastbank Centre 30 July, Jetty Memorial Theatre 28 July, Newcastle City Hall 24 July, Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre 23 July, Canberra Theatre Centre 22 July, Milton Theatre 25 January, Sydney Opera House - Concert Hall (Sydney International Orchestra) 18 February, Kings Park and Botanic Garden (West Australian Symphony Orchestra) 23 February, Hamer Hall (Orchestra Victoria) 14 February, Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) (Queensland Symphony Orchestra) 09 February, Wrest Point (Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra) 04 February, Adelaide Festival Centre (Adelaide Symphony Orchestra) 01 February, Sydney Opera House - Concert Hall 17 February


The Astor Theatre (Seja) 07 November, The Astor Theatre (Seja) 06 November, The Astor Theatre (Seja) 05 November, Norwood Concert Hall (Seja) 04 November, Canberra Theatre Centre (Seja) 30 October, Enmore Theatre (Seja) 29 October, Civic Theatre Newcastle (Seja) 28 October, The Glasshouse (Seja) 27 October, Capitol Theatre (Seja) 26 October, The Byron Theatre (Seja) 24 October, The Byron Theatre (Seja) 23 October, Stereo (Seja) 22 October, Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) - Lyric Theatre (Seja) 21 October, Nambour Civic Centre (Seja) 19 October, Moncrieff Entertainment Centre (Seja) 18 October, The Pilbeam Theatre (Seja) 17 October, Mackay Entertainment Convention Centre (Seja) 15 October, Riverway Arts Centre (Seja) 14 October, Cairns Civic Theatre (Seja) 13 October