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    An Evening with Marlon Williams

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    New Zealand’s Marlon Williams possesses one of the greatest voices of his generation. His effortlessly distinctive tone and heartstring-plucking vibrato have garnered widespread love around the world. An Evening With… is Marlon's first Australian solo tour in nearly 10 years, and it captures his most loved songs, new material and both original and traditional Māori Waiata. 

    Marlon's music draws on folk and country traditions – he's often compared to Leonard Cohen, Roy Orbison and Elvis – but what makes him so special is his unique ability to traverse genres on both his award-winning records and in his famously captivating live shows. It has led Marlon around the world in recent years, appearing on Conan, Jools Holland, a film role in A Star Is Born, tours with Bruce Springsteen, Eagles and Florence + The Machine, and duets with Lorde, Courtney Barnett and Brandi Carlile.

    Now he's heading to The Sound Doctor for two special solo shows. Don't miss this once-in-a-generation talent with a voice that crosses continents.

    Venue will be mostly standing with only limited general admission seating available that MUST be purchased in advance. Please choose seated or standing ticket at time of booking. 
    Limit of six (6) seated tickets or ten (10) standing tickets per booking

    Please contact for access bookings.

    Licensed venue. Under 18s must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. BYO alcohol not permitted. The Sound Doctor events run like a theatre performance with a bar open before and after the show and at interval only.
    The Sound Doctor events are smoke and vape free.

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    Supported by Surf Coast Events, Creative Victoria and Regional Arts Victoria

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