When will Jason Donovan come to Blackpool Opera House with the More Good Reasons tour postponed?
Jason will be hitting the road for the “Even More Good Reasons” tour in October and arriving at the resort on Wednesday, November 17th.
The show will be a collection of all of his best hits Too Many Broken Hearts and Especially for You and will also include his favorite stage numbers from his music career. This is his first tour in five years.
Jason Donovan said: “I am delighted that the tour is finally underway. We had to reschedule the dates a number of times, so finally making plans is really exciting.
“I can’t wait to get back on the road. My wife can’t wait for me to get back on the road either.
“Having experienced two productions, one as a producer (Priscilla, Queen of the Desert), the other as a performer (Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat) in recent months, I am really aware of the difficulty that this was for the live sector.
“I have always been convinced that once things started to evolve into a sense of what we previously knew, people would naturally want to share this experience of a live performance again.
“It has been overwhelming and moving to see people celebrate life. I would love to think of live shows as a bit of therapy over the past 18 months. And it’s always great to see times when life was a lot. simpler, then hopefully people will come and do just that.
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Jason Donovan was back in 1989 when he sang that there were ‘too many broken hearts in the world’, but the Aussie superstar will do his best to fix more than one as he goes for it. in his brand new tour.
Jason’s tour was originally scheduled to take place in 2020, however, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Jason has been forced to move all dates to 2021/2022. The tour is a celebration of the 30th anniversary of her hit debut album Ten Good Reasons.
To Jason, nothing is more important than his fans – they’ve been with him from the start, through all the ups and downs. Jason also recognizes that we live in nostalgic times – hits and vintage videos are now available for free for anyone to find online, which has helped him not only keep it in his heart and mind. long-time loyal fans, but also to present it to new generations. also, especially after appearing on BBC One’s Saturday Night Audience juggernaut, “Strictly Come Dancing” and most recently, on ITV’s “Dancing On Ice”.
Jason’s 2016 tour, where he performed not only his biggest hits but also his full Ten Good Reasons debut, was a huge success. But it’s not just about nostalgia – it’s about sharing those moments when, in a world of uncertainty, music can make you so ‘happy together’.
Thanks to his role as Scott Robinson in the Australian soap opera “Neighbors”, Jason Donovan was a regular in millions of British homes, twice a day, five days a week and thanks to his character’s on-screen romance with Charlene, performed by Kylie. Minogue – not to mention the rumors the couple were just as close once the cameras stopped rolling – Jason quickly became a pin-up to many teenagers. This year, Neighbors turned 35, and superfan Scott Mills brought Madge, Harold, Scott and Charlene together for the first time in 30 years on a Radio 2 special to the delight of many fans.
Kylie and Jason’s fictional marriage as Scott and Charlene has been watched by over 20 million viewers in the UK. Once Kylie left the soap opera for her burgeoning singing career, it was only a matter of time before the talented Jason also flexed his vocal cords and traveled to the UK to work with the producers who defined the era, Stock, Aitken and Waterman, starting with Top 5 smash Nothing Can Divide Us, perhaps a bolder, more rock sound than many expected. There followed the duet that everyone was waiting for: Especially for you, with Kylie. The devoted duo were beaten on Christmas No.1 by Cliff Richard, but Especially For You became the first top of the charts in 1989, staying there for three weeks and giving Jason his first No.1 single.
Jason said: “Following the success of Neighbors, I was fortunate to have my first musical success at a time when pop music was so alive. Mullets, double denim and Jive Bunny aside, I was and am a huge fan of the 80s.
“I look back with so much affection and sometimes I have to pinch myself to think that I may have played a major role in shaping popular culture at the time. I’ve always said, you never know the worth a moment until it becomes a memory. Being able to relive those moments through music is an incredible gift.