A ‘Bloomin’ good time

Bloom will perform with her seven-piece band.

With sold out performances both in Australia and New Zealand, one of Australia’s brightest and internationally acclaimed singer/songwriters, Bloom, celebrates the hits of Adele with her effortless and soulful vocal resonance of the English singer.

She is coming to The J to perform the music from the powerhouse album that was 2011’s 21 in full, plus some other great hits from Adele’s catalogue.

Bloom will perform with her seven-piece band, featuring past and present band members of Human Nature, Jon English, James Reyne, and 1927.

With an impressive 31 million album sales, 21 was Adele’s much celebrated second studio album that yielded five singles and became the world’s best-selling album of the 21st century.

The album was certified 17-times platinum in the UK, and Diamond in the US.

In Australia, Adele’s 21 spent 32 weeks at number one on the Australian ARIA Top 50 Albums Chart, 10 of which were consecutive, and amassed over one million sales.

It was the second longest running number one ARIA chart album in ARIA Charts history.

Bloom is a sublime performer and brings to the stage a professionalism that has been described as “stunning”, “mesmerising” and “captivating”, even being labelled by some of Australia’s leading music stars as a “singer of our generation”.

As described by Scenestr Magazine, Bloom “crafts personable moments onstage that resonate

with audiences.”

In this concert production, you can hear the fan-favourites: “Rolling in the Deep”, “Someone Like You”, “Rumour Has It”, “Turning Tables”, “Set Fire to the Rain”, “Send My Love”, and many more.

Come and be charmed by the Australian vocal powerhouse that is Bloom and celebrate all that is Adele.

Saturday 11 November, 2023: The J – Noosa, QLD

thej.com.au | (07) 5329 6560

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