Regina Spektor 2012 Australian Tour

Catchy. Sweet. Quirky. Playful. Regina Spektor is one talented vocalist and pianist and she is returning to Australia and New Zealand, playing live shows around the time of my birthday (hint, hint) in December. Discover her music, purchase a ticket to her live show, and please bring me along. :)

A few days ago, Regina Spektor announced that she was coming back to Australia and New Zealand! Currently touring Spain, she released the statement below on her Facebook:

Hi everyone!!!! I’m very excited to announce that I will be coming back to New Zealand and Australia in December!!! Soon we will give the link with show dates and ticket updates(sign up for mailing list on if you want early notices) big cheers from Spain!!!(i love you Madrid!!!thank you!)regi

You have no idea how excited I am of this news. I love Spektor and she is coming in December, playing a show in Sydney the week before my birthday at the Sydney Opera House! This would be one of the better birthday presents I would receive, if any one of my friends want to be extra nice and buy me a ticket. đŸ˜‰

But seriously, if anyone reading this is not familiar with Regina Spektor’s music, you should head to YouTube and search her name now. I discovered her through her album, “Begin To Hope”, which is a great record and has some stand-out tracks on it including my favourite ‘Samson’ – listen below!

Although she’s played there before, the Sydney Opera House would be the perfect venue for Spektor to play again. The acoustics in there would definitely complement her voice and piano-playing. Argh. I want to see her play live in concert. If I wasn’t saving for my upcoming holiday, I would totally go by myself. Seriously. She is awesome. Damn.

Check out her official tour dates below.
She’ll be supported by Only Son on the dates which will go on sale 9am Thursday 26 July. Frontier pre-sales go on sale 3pm AEST Thursday 19 July for 24 hours.

Monday 3 December
Auckland Town Hall, Auckland

Thursday 6 December
Brisbane Convention Centre, Brisbane

Monday 10 December
Sydney Opera House, Sydney

Friday 14 December
The Plenary, Melbourne

Sunday 16 December
Adelaide Entertainment Centre (Theatre), Adelaide

Wednesday 19 December
Belvoir Ampitheatre, Perth

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