Roy Orbison Orchestrated IIStarring internationally renowned Dean Bourne


An international tribute to Roy Orbison with the Australian Symphony Orchestra conducted by George Ellis.

After last year’s hugely successful sold out national tour and by huge popular demand, this concert will be showcasing and celebrating all the classic hits of music legend Roy Orbison, 30 years on since his unfortunate passing in 1988.

A once in a lifetime opportunity to experience what it might have been like IF Roy Orbison had performed all his classics LIVE on stage with a full orchestra.

Come and relive the sound, the voice & all the magical hits of music legend Roy Orbison in an international authentic live production starring Roy Orbison tribute star Dean Bourne, performing with the Australian Symphony Orchestra under the baton of internationally acclaimed conductor George Ellis.

2018 sees internationally renowned artist Dean Bourne celebrating his 21st year performing and paying the ultimate authentic tribute to The Big O, showcasing all of Roy Orbison’s iconic hits such as “Pretty Woman”, “Crying”, “Dream Baby”, “Leah”, “Penny Arcade”, “Danny Boy”, “Only The Lonely”, “In Dreams”, “Candy Man”, “You Got It”, “Running Scared” and many many more – together with a special celebration to the hugely popular “The Traveling Wilburys”.

Recommended for 10 years and older.

“Dean is in a class of his own, the likes of which are rarely seen” – Larry Muhoberac (Elvis Presley’s piano player, world renowned composer)

“An unbelievable talent” – radio broadcaster Alan Jones 2GB

Tickets on sale Monday 23rd April 2018, at 9:00am AEST.



  • Premium: $139.90
  • A-Reserve: $119.90
  • A-Reserve Groups (10+): $101.71
  • B-Reserve: $89.90

Notes: Handling and other fees may apply

Running Time:

  • 7:00pm - Foyer doors
    7:30pm - Auditorium doors
    8:00pm - First set
    9:00pm - Interval
    9:20pm - Second set
    10:30pm - Approximate Finish

Notes: Running times are approximate and may change without notice

  • Saturday, Aug 18, 2018
  • 8.00pm
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