8.00pm Event start
Rest of times to be announced
*All times approximate and subject to change.
Palais Theatre’s Bars are open from doors until the end of interval with a selection of food and beverages including sandwiches, soft drinks, snacks and ice-creams, a brand new coffee counter for your favourite hot drinks and our new central bar which is fully fitted out with beers on tap, wine, spirits and soft drinks.
GOLDEN TICKET INCLUSIONS:
1 ticket within the first 5 rows
1 exclusive autographed item
1 meet & greet + photo with Kacey Musgraves
Golden Tickets will be available for collection at the Box Office on the Event Day only.
Don't miss Multiple Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves on her first ever Australian headline tour.
Recently awarded Album of the Year for her third studio album, Golden Hour, at the 52nd Annual CMA’s in Nashville, this year has been an epic journey for Musgraves.
She has toured with Harry Styles , Little Big Town, Katy Perry and John Mayer, and performed on Saturday Night Live, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Late Late Show with James Corden, Jimmy Kimmel Live! and more.
With a live show known for its sense of intimacy, Musgraves invites audiences into her world. With it, she has sold out iconic venues around the world, notably, playing to a packed house at London’s Wembley Arena in October. She will bring her distinctive pop-country songs and crystalline vocals to local audiences in May.
“The whole event unfurled with this kind of blissed-out languor… Musgraves filled that big stage with a serious confidence...” – Telegraph UK (4-stars)
“… her full-blown pop moments are frequently fabulous. High Time sounds utterly blissful tonight, a megawatt cinematic torch song about remembering who you are.” – The Guardian
Kacey will be joined by prolific Canadian singer-songwriter BAHAMAS on her upcoming dates. Known for his warm sound, smooth guitar lines and dynamic live show, Bahamas crafts “a sound that’s hard to pin down - part smooth jams, part psychedelic rock, part adult contemporary, and part folksy campfire…” – Consequence of Sound