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on March 6, 2019 - 8:00am
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Gaby Moreno begins a six-city tour of Australia with two performances at The Fyrefly in St Kilda, Victoria, on Thursday and Friday. The tour continues with three sets at the Port Fairy Folk Festival in Victoria and concerts in Adelaide, Sydney, Gold Coast, and Brisbane.

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Gaby Moreno begins a six-city tour of Australia with two performances at The Fyrefly in St Kilda, Victoria, on Thursday and Friday nights. The tour continues with three sets at the Port Fairy Folk Festival, also in Victoria, and concerts in Adelaide, Sydney, Gold Coast, and Brisbane. See below for details and tickets or visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

Moreno recorded a heartfelt interpretation of David Rudder's song "The Immigrants" with musician, songwriter, arranger, and producer Van Dyke Parks and released it on Nonesuch for American Independence Day on July 4 last year. Proceeds go to support CARECEN and its efforts to empower immigrants. "The Immigrants" may be purchased from the Nonesuch Store, iTunes, and Amazon, and hear on YouTube, Apple Music, and Spotify.

GABY MORENO ON TOUR IN AUSTRALIA

Mar 7 The Fyrefly St Kilda, VIC
Mar 8 The Fyrefly St Kilda, VIC
Mar 9&10 Port Fairy Folk Festival Port Fairy, VIC
Mar 12 Fortuna Spiegeltent, Garden of Unearthly Delights Adelaide, SA
Mar 14 Camelot Lounge Sydney, NSW
Mar 15 Dust Temple Gold Coast, QLD
Mar 16 Brisbane Jazz Club Brisbane, QLD
     
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