Tour Dates

August

5

2017

Doyalson RSL

Doyalson, NSW  – Reserve tickets by calling venue or online from 12th June

August

11

2017

Penrith Panthers

Penrith NSW

August

12

2017

North Sydney Leagues

Cammeray NSW

August

18

2017

Bankstown Sports

Bankstown NSW

August

19

2017

Anita’s Theatre

Thirroul NSW

August

25

2017

Canberra Southern Cross

Woden, ACT

August

26

2017

The Cube Campbelltown

Campbelltown NSW

September

9

2017

Hornsby RSL

Horsnby NSW

October

6

2017

Blue Mountains Theatre

Springwood –  NSW 

A RECREATION OF ONE OF THE GREATEST LIVE ALBUMS OF ALL TIME…

Celebrating the 45th Anniversary of the legendary album “Hot August Night”, PETER BYRNE brings Neil Diamond to you together with his world class 30 piece symphony orchestra.

This year marks 45 years since Neil Diamond stepped on stage at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles with a symphony orchestra and recorded what is still known today as one of the greatest epic live albums of all time. Now that album will be re-created in its original format in a national tour by Peter Byrne and the Sydney International Orchestra and Canberra Symphony Orchestra.

Featuring classic songs: Crunchy Granola Suite, Cherry Cherry, Sweet Caroline and I am I said. See the same spontaneous display of energy and sensuality of Neil Diamond with the superb talents of Peter Byrne. Peter’s capacity to recreate Neil Diamond to a standard that Neil himself has endorsed on many occasions hearing Peter’s tribute.

Over the last 20 years Peter has thrilled audiences around Australia paying tribute to Hot August Night at Sydney’s State Theatre, Darling Harbor Convention Centre, Burswood Casino, Adelaide Festival Theatre and at the Twilight at Taronga series with electrifying performances. With an incredible 30-piece symphony orchestra Peter performs every song from the albums as Diamond recorded it in 1972 plus this year with a special tribute to The Jazz Singer.

“….the day I see a better Diamond, will be the day the man himself appears on stage…”
Adrian Revere ‘The Mercure’