Fanny Lumsden – Fallow Tour
$20.00 – $90.00
“I wrote these songs in a season of change, in a valley on the western side of the Snowy Mountains and recorded them in a stone hut and then released them in a storm of change through bushfires and then a global pandemic, its been quite a ride, but we have only just begun”
Join ARIA AWARD WINNER and three times Golden Guitar winner, Fanny Lumsden and her incredible band The Pack, as she celebrates the release of her ARIA award-winning, seven times Golden Guitar and AMP nominated album ‘fallow’ in an entirely new show. Known for her all-in community night out Country Halls Tour, which has sold out more than 140 halls all across Australia, this tour will bring something a little different to the live stage. Cinematic, laden with harmonies, stories and musicianship, these theatre-based shows will take you on a journey into the mountains, across the plains and back again. Regardless, it will be a hell of a lot of fun and something you def don’t want to miss.
Welcome to the valley. Welcome to fallow.
*Cannot guarantee the absence of Dad Jokes
Friday 5th February – Night Breakdown
6:15 pm – VIP Meet and Greet (30 mins)
7:00 pm – Doors
7:30 pm – support act
8 pm – Intermission
8:15 pm – Fanny Lumsden
9:45 pm – Show concludes
Adults General Admission – $30 (Auditorium Seating)
Kids under 15 – $20
Family (2 adults and 3 children under 15) – $90
VIP (includes show, pre-show meet and greet at 6:15 pm, acoustic songs and chat with Fanny) – $50
Dress Circle & Dinner Package – 50 Tickets only* – $55
(includes dress circle seating, access to a private bar, drink on arrival and hot food share platters from Mollydookers Restaurant – *Please advise of any special dietary requirements*)
PLEASE NOTE The Paragon is a licensed venue. A variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, as well as sweet and savoury treats, are available for purchase from our Espresso Bar. No outside food and drinks permitted
ARIA Award-winning Australian artist Fanny Lumsden has just released her third studio album, Fallow, on Cooking Vinyl Australia/Red Dirt Road Records, which recently took out Best Country Album at the 2020 ARIA Awards, was nominated for Seven CMAA Golden Guitar Awards leading the nominations for 2021 and was added to the Australian Music Prize nomination list.
Joining her previous two ARIA nominated and multi-Golden Guitar winning albums, Fallow also debuted in the ARIA top ten (+ #1 in Aussie Country) and added to the multitude of awards on Fannys mantle. Along with her husband Dan Stanley Freeman she runs her own Record Label and Production company – Red Dirt Road and hugely successful touring brand – The Country Halls Tour selling out over 130 halls all over Australia, all which is no small feat for a self-managed artist.
Along with her incredible band – the Pack, Fanny has established herself as an exuberant
Performer that combines a high energy show with intimate storytelling delivered with warmth & luscious harmonies, ‘It’s like she’s harnessed the greatest attributes of Gillian Welch and Dolly Parton’ says Chris Familton for The Music.
2020 did not slow Fanny down releasing an album, appearing on Playschool showtime, on the 7:30 Report on ABC, was a guest on Take 5 with Zan Rowe, one of 12 Aussies in Global Music Match, became a Support Act Advocate, joined the RFS, wrote and produced a documentary telling the story of Fallow through the summer of bushfires and recording her album in a stone hut and also managed to pull off a sold-out theatre tour through NSW + ACT in the wake of a pandemic here in Australia.
In her own lane, Fanny is forging a career that is distinctively hers and changing up how ‘things are done’.
and Fallow will make fans out of people who would ordinarily turn up their noses at the genre.