Harris, 83, thanked his fans after multiple standing ovations from the audience from the 900 strong crowd at Bristol Hippodrome.
“You’ve no idea what this means – for you all to turn up with such support and such enthusiasm,” he said.
One audience member told The Daily Mirror: “It was great to see him get such a fantastic welcome.”
The show featured the entertainer playing the didgeridoo, painting and singing his classics including Stairway to Heaven, Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport, Sun Arise and Two Little Boys.
The star received his first standing ovation as he walked on stage followed by three more during the show.
In the Bristol Post reviewer Martin Booth said “despite the current allegations surrounding him, he proved why he has been a consummate entertainer for the last five decades.
“Harris deserved every single one of his standing ovations”.
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