Toni Childs In Concert
22 Sep 2023 - Capitol Theatre
Presented by Big Mother Touring
EMMY WINNING AND MULTI GRAMMY NOMINATED RECORDING ARTIST TONI CHILDS ANNOUNCES HER MUSIC RETROSPECTIVE 2023
And… TONI IS OFFICIALLY AN AUSTRALIAN CITIZEN
...EVOCATIVE, EVANESCENT MUSIC THAT ALLOWS YOU TO IMMERSE YOURSELF AND DRIFT AWAY.” - ROLLING STONE
Join the legendary Toni Childs for a special two-hour performance as she celebrates her life’s musical works. Toni will be performing hits and fan favourites from Union, House of Hope, the Woman’s Boat and Keep the Faith in the first hour of her show then the second hour will be an introduction to Toni’s new music, from two very special albums It’s All a Beautiful Noise and Citizens of the Planet.
Emmy Winner and three-time Grammy nominated recording artist, Toni is a celebrated singer/songwriter known for her powerful voice, inspiring independent spirit and crafted storytelling. With fans in over 50 countries around the world, Toni has produced a list of international hits such as: Don’t Walk Away, Stop Your Fussin’, Walk and Talk Like Angels, Zimbabwe, Where’s the Ocean, Many Rivers to Cross, I’ve Got to Go Now and Because You’re Beautiful, to name a few.
Relive your best musical memories with Toni Childs’ greatest hits live in concert.
The coming years will see the wider release of two very special albums of music. First, ‘It’s All A Beautiful Noise’ and the second ‘Citizens Of The Planet’. Both releases are a part of two unique 3D Mapping animated shows – two hours of music, animation and high tech audience engagement.
Toni is offering an EXCLUSIVE VIP MEET & GREET PACKAGE. This exciting opportunity includes one concert ticket within the first row, a digital copy of Toni Childs Greatest Hits two CD set plus a drink backstage before the concert with Toni, at a special ticket price of $175. There is an allocation of 16 per show for this unique once in a lifetime experience. Please arrive at our venue at 6:30pm for your meet and greet. Starts at 6:45pm and concludes at 7:15pm on Friday 22 September at Capitol Theatre Tamworth
For ages 13+