Ian Moss—Rivers Run Dry Acoustic Tour 2024


Ian Moss, whoCold ChiselbandmateDon Walkeronce described as"The most gifted musician I've ever seen", will hit the road in in 2024 to support his new studio albumRivers Run Dry.

TheRivers Run Dry Tourwill feature songs fromRivers Run Dryand the songs you love -Bow River, Tuckers Daughter, Telephone Booth, My Babyand many more.

If it'sMossyon stage with just his guitar and stomp box or with a band in top gear, you know he will leave nothing in the tank, and it is this total commitment to his craft that has been mesmerizing audiences for over 40 years.

The new album,Rivers Run Dry,containing 12 songs, including a duet with Kasey Chambers, is a musical feast displaying once more Ian's well-documented guitar-playing genius and a voice that floats like a butterfly and stings like a bee. Or packs the punch of a Mallee bull. Either way it is unforgettable.

As part of theRivers Run Dry Tourfans have the opportunity to purchase VIP tickets. Included in the VIP Experience(one per person/ticket price):

- Exclusive “Meetand Greet” with Ian Moss duringsoundcheck
- VIP “Rivers Run Dry” lanyard
- VIP LimitedEdition “Rivers Run Dry” Stubby Cooler
- Ticket tothe show and best seats available (where applicable)

VIP Experiencepackages are strictlylimited (subject to venue seating) and no photos or videoing will be permitted during soundcheck. We prefer you sit, listen and enjoy this unique experience.

Ian will be supported by Dingo:

Dingo is an Australian singer/songwriter who is mostly known for his unique blended guitar playing styles in Kasey Chambers band. From electric Dirty Blues sounds, story-filled country songs, alternative Rock riffs through to beautiful, folky fingerpicking, Dingo (Brandon Dodd) has been sharing his guitar playing skills & songs on stages all over the world for the last 10 years. Set to release his second studio album ‘Dingo & The Rising River’ will be playing live all over Australia in 2024.



  • Saturday, 09 March 2024 | 07:30 PM - 10:00 PM


Goulburn Performing Arts Centre, 163 Auburn Street, 2580, View Map

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