If you’ve eagerly anticipated Jack Johnson’s return to Australia, your dreams are about to come true! The celebrated singer-songwriter will be touring the country this summer, performing in some of the most iconic venues. It’s a rare opportunity to see one of America’s finest musicians live, so don’t miss your chance!
As part of the singer’s ‘Meet The Moonlight’ tour, Jack will be coming back to Australia. On December 2, the talented American singer-songwriter will be gracing the Outdoor Stage at HOTA. Prepare to dance and sing your favorite tunes beneath the stars! It will surely be a memorable night you won’t want to miss.
What To Expect From Jack Johnson At HOTA
The singer will surely play fans’ favourites from his classic songs at the concert like ‘Flake’, ‘Better Together’, ‘Taylor’, ‘Inaudible Melodies’, and ‘Sitting, Waiting, Wishing.’ Fans will also enjoy some of his songs from his newest album, ‘ Meet The Moonlight.’ This album is Jack’s first full-length record in five years and an eighth studio album.
Who’s Joining Jack’s Tour
Ziggy Alberts, an APRA Award-winning Australian singer-songwriter, will accompany Jack on tour. In addition, ARIA-nominated and AIR award-winning musician Emily Wurramara, one of music’s most remarkable Indigenous role models, will perform with him.
Are You a New Fan of Jack Johnson? Here’s What You Need to Know
Jack Hody Johnson, an American singer-songwriter and filmmaker, was born in Oahu, Hawaii, on May 18, 1975. Johnson’s acoustic pop and soft rock compositions are his most well-known works. He is also a former professional surfer.
In 2001, Jack Johnson released his debut album, Brushfire Fairytales, which achieved commercial success. Among the singles in the album is the hit “Bubble Toes,” which is a stepping stone for Johnson’s career as a singer-songwriter.
The musician Jack Johnson is a skilled and dedicated surfer, and he is the son of the legendary Hawaiian surfer Jeff Johnson. Jack started surfing when he was five years old and became a professional surfer when he was eighteen. He has won many surf competitions and is considered one of the best surfers in the world.
At the Pipeline Masters in Maui, he was the youngest competitor to make it to the finals at 17. He had a severe surfing accident soon after the contest. He finally took a short break from professional surfing due to the incident.
He began playing the guitar and writing songs between eight and twelve. Johnson started to play rhythm guitar with the group Soil while he was a student at the University of California.
The music for Jack Johnson’s surf film “Thicker Than Water” (2000), which he also directed, piqued the industry’s interest. He released his initial album, “Brushfire Fairytales,” in 2001. The album was a hit, and Johnson was in high demand as a performer and collaborator. After that, he released five more albums, all of which have been met with critical and commercial success.
Are You Excited To See Your Favorite Artist At HOTA?
Home of the Arts is the place on the Gold Coast to see your favourite artists perform classical music, dance, exhibitions, theatre, and more. On their website, learn more about Jack Johnson’s appearance at HOTA.