Sara Storer + Andrew Swift

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14 Jun
The Mansfield
Townsville
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Sara Storer & Andrew Swift

Two of Australia’s most celebrated singer songwriters, Sara Storer and Andrew Swift, will embark on a series of collaborative shows across Australia in 2024!

Between them, they have collected Golden Guitar and ARIA Awards and notched up a string of hit singles and albums.

Both artists are renowned for their highly engaging shows full of songs and storytelling, often punctuated by humorous anecdotes.

Andrew has released 3 ARIA #1 albums and garnered 3 CMAA Golden Guitar Awards – most recently Male Artist of the Year 2023. With an affinity for the road and a DIY attitude, Swift has toured hard and consistently over the past several years, from earning grassroots fans on his caravan park tours to performing at some of the nation's most prestigious festivals. With his hard work recognised, accolades have come thick and fast for the loveable troubadour since his foray into Country music some years ago.

With another Golden Guitar Award win in January 2024, Sara now has 22 to her name as well as an ARIA for her album, Silos. Since her debut release, Buffalo Bill in 2000, she has gained a loyal following across Australia and earned high praise for her unique and authentic songwriting from the likes of Paul Kelly, Colin Hay, Shane Howard, Kev Carmody, and John Williamson who have also recorded duets with her!

Audiences can expect to experience an intimate set from both artists along with duets and some very special musical moments...

This is one show not to miss, book your tickets today!

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