Due to the ongoing uncertainty of the current COVID-19 outbreak in Greater Sydney, this event has been rescheduled to 2022.

The new date for this event will be 23 April 2022 .    

All ticketholders will be contacted by our Box Office team regarding their ticket options.  If the rescheduled date is not suitable, ticketholders will be provided with a refund.   

Please do not contact our Box Office at this time.  We appreciate your patience as our team works through a number of impacted performances.


Diesel celebrates 30+ years of hits and a love of blues with his 'Greatest Hits & Alone With Blues' Tour.

With the recent release of his studio opus to life 'in the 'burbs' and the human condition, Sunset Suburbia, an album that debuted at #10 on the ARIA Album Chart, Diesel is ready to hit the road once again to perform in solo mode at select regional theatres across his home state.

For Diesel, last year saw the challenge of being stationary and compromised in regards to collaboration. Like many times before, turning to music proved to be the best distraction as he worked on a new solitary blues project ‘Alone With Blues’ due for release later this year.

Playing everything himself and paying homage to some of his all-time favourite blues songs, along with a recently discovered but long forgotten song writing collaboration by Australian blues and roots pioneer Ross Wilson, ‘Alone With Blues’ showcases Diesel’s blues DNA on a macro level, in the process, showing new facets to an artist known for his diversity.

Having taken stock by releasing a greatest hits package Diesel 30 in 2018, the set will be littered with hits that span his 30+ years in music, including 'Tip Of My Tongue', 'Cry In Shame', 'Don’t Need Love', '15 Feet of Snow' plus many more.

The evening promises to showcase his unique blending of rock, soul, r&b and blues, a blend that mixes seamlessly with the ‘Alone with Blues’ tracks that he’ll be previewing for the very first time on the night.

If you have ever witnessed a solo set from Diesel, you’d know it is delicate and visceral at once, a pure exposé of an artist still exploring the possibilities of his 2 instruments, at times sounding as bombastic as a whole band, all the while making the most of the intricacies of a theatre environment.

Event and ticketing details

Accessibility

Wheelchair Access
Assistive listening Assistive Listening

Dates & Times

Performance SAT 23 APRIL 2022 - 8:00pm
Duration Approx. 130 minutes incl. interval

Tickets

All tickets $70.00
Booking fee $3.30 - A one-off booking fee applies per transaction. This is regardless of the number or value of items purchased.
On sale Tickets on sale from 27August.

Location

Blue Mountains Theatre

106 Macquarie Road

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Event notes

Event rescheduled due to COVID-19

This event was originally scheduled for 18 September 2021 and has been rescheduled to 23 April 2022.