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All The Little Lights Anniversary Tour
with special guest Josh Pyke

20 – 21 October 2024

In the Concert Hall

Contemporary Music

To mark the anniversary re-release of his beloved album, All The Little Lights, award-winning British-American singer-songwriter Passenger makes his long-awaited return to the Sydney Opera House – for two nights only.

Those who have heard his voice will be unlikely to forget it.

Financial Times

A folk rock fave returns for two shows only

Australia will always have a special place in Mike Rosenberg’s heart. The British-American singer-songwriter – better known to the world as Passenger – spent years busking and playing gigs down under, and recorded his fourth album, 2012’s All the Little Lights, in Sydney. The following year, that record – led by the chart-topping smash “Let Her Go” – launched Passenger to international acclaim, earning the folk rock troubadour an Independent Music Award, an Ivor Novello Award, and a Brit Award nomination for Song of the Year. His success led to tours with his long-time friend Ed Sheeran, collaborations with the likes of Josh Pyke and Katie Noonan, and a string of lyrical and cinematic albums including Whispers (2014), Runaway (2018) and Birds That Flew and Ships That Sailed (2022).

In 2023, Passenger delivered All The Little Lights (Anniversary Edition), an entirely re-recorded and richly re-imagined take on the beloved album, featuring collaborations with Ed Sheeran, Foy Vance, Nina Nesbitt and Gabrielle Aplin. To celebrate its release, Passenger is returning to the Sydney Opera House for the first time since his appearance in the Late Night Lounge series back in 2010, performing at the Concert Hall for two nights only. With his intimate vocals and shimmering songcraft, this is sure to be a show to remember.

Presented by Sydney Opera House


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