Elton John and his band are set to return to Australia from 5 December as part of his international All The Hits Tour. The shows, announced and on sale last month, have been met with a huge response from fans across the country. Taking in performances at wineries and indoor venues from the Hunter Valley, Brisbane, Melbourne, Geelong and Adelaide, Elton will finish out the tour at the Qantas Credit Union Arena (formerly Sydney Entertainment Centre).

The tour will feature iconic hits and classic album tracks from throughout his incredible five-decade career, including a selection of songs from his highly acclaimed album, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, which recently celebrated its 40th anniversary with a Deluxe Edition.

Chugg Entertainment can now confirm the supports for all shows on the All The Hits Tour. Pianist and composer Tate Sheridan will open the evening for all shows on the tour, while the main supporting act will vary by show. * Fresh off his recently announced tour with Ed Sheeran, Irish troubadour, Foy Vance will provide support for all arena shows in Brisbane, Melbourne, and Adelaide, as well as the tour’s final stop in Sydney.

At only 21 years old, Tate Sheridan has developed a fine reputation in the Australian jazz and pop community. He has been showcasing his original work at jazz festivals across the country and has been awarded with the Merimbula JazzQuest Scholarship as well as the ANU Imad Nassir Medal for Most Outstanding Piano Performance. Tate has demonstrated a unique style that seems to captivate all who hear him.

Tate Sheridan

Tate Sheridan

When Irish-born Foy Vance first began writing his own music, his love for traditional music was heavily influenced by his upbringing in the American Midwest. Foy has spent a considerable amount of time traveling the world, touring with the likes of Ed Sheeran, Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, Michael Kiwanuka and more. Foy also scored Oscar-winning short-film The Shore with David Holmes, and has had his music used in countless films and television shows over the years. A seasoned songwriter, Foy has written for and collaborated with a number of artists, including recent cuts on Ed Sheeran’s newest album, X. Foy will spend much of 2015 in studio, writing and recording the follow-up to his critically acclaimed Glassnote Records debut, Joy of Nothing.

Foy Vance

Foy Vance

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear one of the world’s greatest pop musicians in spectacular form when Elton John returns to Australia this December. The performance of Elton’s greatest hits coupled with support from such excellent up-and-coming artists is sure to make for an unforgettable concert experience.



Saturday 5 December Hope Estate, Hunter Valley
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Tuesday 8 December Entertainment Centre, Brisbane
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Friday 11 December Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
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Saturday 12 December A Day On The Green, Geelong
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Tuesday 15 December Entertainment Centre, Adelaide
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Saturday 19 December Qantas Credit Union Arena, Sydney
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* In Hunter Valley, two-time ARIA Award winner and multi-platinum album selling artist Megan Washington will act as the main support. Recently, Megan has served as a mentor on The Voice Australia and inspired the world with her honest and personal story via a captivated TEDx Talk in Sydney, Australia. In 2014, Washington released her second full-length album, There There and will be embarking on the Tangents Tour in August/September 2015 – a national run of 26 intimate shows throughout every state and territory of Australia.

Performing at A Day On The Green in Geelong will be award-winning Brisbane pop band Sheppard. Sheppard’s breakthrough international hit single, Geronimo, was the most played song on Australian radio and the highest selling Australian single of last year. Also an international smash, Geronimo recently impacted American Top 40 radio, making Sheppard the third Australian group to impact Top 40 in the 21st century alongside 5 Seconds of Summer and Jet. The single has since achieved Platinum accreditation in the USA (1,000,000 sales), and garnered radio play in 50 countries – reaching the Top 10 on the singles chart in over 12 countries.

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