Casey Donovan cancelled
Bluesday on Tour
Regrettably, due to ongoing restrictions and re-scheduling, Casey Donovan’s performance at the Mildura Arts Centre on Saturday 18 September 2021 has been cancelled. Ticket holders will receive a full refund, Box Office will be in contact soon. Casey looks forward to being able to come back and perform in Mildura in the future.
Over the last 17 years since winning Australian Idol at the age of 16, Casey Donovan has cemented her place as one of Australia’s most versatile iconic women of the stage and screen.
Due to popular demand Casey will be taking her online Bluesday
Tuesday sessions on tour, bringing her powerful presence and voice to the stage in a series of intimate and personal shows performing her fans most favourite requested songs of all time.
Just as with Bluesday
Tuesday on Facebook Live, Casey invites you to suggest songs for the concert online, prior to the performance further adding to the connected experience between artist and audience.
is a show that uses music for healing, thought, interaction, distraction and storytelling whether it be my music or someone else’s. I wanted to make this show interactive like it is online, so after you purchase a ticket you can follow the link to suggest a song to be performed at that very show! How exciting is that?!’ Casey Donovan
Bluesday Song request
For those wanting an even more personal experience, the VIP experience includes one ticket to Casey Donovan: Bluesday On Tour
PLUS a live 15-minute Zoom session with Casey herself the following Tuesday evening, before her Facebook Live Bluesday Tuesday.
‘Casey takes you on a musical journey that will have you whisked away as if in a dream.’ Weekend Notes
‘If audience response is anything to go by, she is a goddess.’ Sydney Sentinel
The theatre will be at full capacity for this performance, and there will be no physical distancing.
We have COVID measures in place to ensure the safety of our staff and customers including QR code check in, hand sanitiser stations, and relevant COVID-19 messaging throughout the venue. Masks are currently mandatory.