Marlon Williams (Cancelled)


Wed 8 December 2021/Thu 9 December 2021
Event Passed
Event Passed


The Tivoli

Presented By

WME & The Tivoli

Date / Time

Doors 7:00PM
Start 8:00PM
Licensed All Ages
Doors 7:00PM
Start 8:00PM
Licensed All Ages


From $48


Reserved Seating
Licensed All Ages


Unfortunately due to ongoing border restrictions, Marlon Williams scheduled for 8 & 9 December 2021 has been cancelled. 

Okay…It brings me great pain, fatigue and boredom to announce that all of my Australian shows in December have been canceled forthwith due to the elephant on the globe; I can’t get between all the states and then can’t get home when I’m done! I am so sorry to be, indeed, the boy who cried wolf 💔 2022 is stacking up as a biggie so for now we won’t be rebooking but I promise I’ll return to your hallowed shores before you can say ‘boo’. And in the meantime I’ll be putting out a concert video of the show I was gonna bring that will broadcast from December 15th for 72 hours and you can get for cheap at this link. Aroha Mai, aroha atu xxx

50% Discount password: MWSOLO 

Due to the number of cancellations, the Ticketmaster refund process is taking slightly longer than usual. You don’t need to do anything; Ticketmaster will be in contact in coming days, and will issue a refund for your tickets onto the original credit card you used to buy your tickets. 

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.

Williams draws on folk and country traditions - often compared to Leonard Cohen, Roy Orbison and Elvis - but what makes Williams so special is his unique ability to traverse genres on both his award winning records, and in his famously captivating live shows. 

An Evening With… is Williams first solo tour in 6 years, and captures his most loved songs, new material, and both original and traditional the reo Māori Waiata. 

A once-in-a-generation talent with a voice that crosses continents.

Open Season is supported through Tourism and Events Queensland, the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland, and both the Live Music Australia Fund and the Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) – initiatives of the Australian Government. 

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