Gig Guide

Check out where you can see HOTP’s clients – our gig guide includes what we are working on for our venue’s show dates, festival dates and our artist’s tour dates:

Note: Gig dates are correct at time of publishing and are subject to change without notice, with start times listed as a guide only. Please check link in gig listing for up-to-date information.

Jun
4
Sat
2022
Chocolate Starfish
Jun 4 @ 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Chocolate StarfishPresents

Best Of The Best + favourties from The Classic Album Series + Chocolate Starfish Hits, featuring Bat Out Of Hell – the full album

The best just got better

Chocolate Starfish are bringing back the show that kicked off their acclaimed Classic Album Series – celebrating the iconic album Bat Out Of Hell and the legend that is Meat Loaf. The Fish have been paying homage to Meat Loaf and his music for over half a decade. His music, and his showmanship had an indelible impact on frontman Adam Thompson growing up. It was important for the band to pay tribute to the man who has meant so much to them throughout their careers and have a chance to share that music again with fans.

Adam says that in revisiting the full album show, he hopes to share the impact the Bat Out of Hell album had on him with audiences. “The first time I heard Bat Out of Hell, I was 13 and had little musical influence outside a conservative regional radio station,” he recalls. “Bat Out of Hell songs and Meat Loaf’s voice transported me out of that country isolation and into a fantasy world of sonic ear candy I didn’t know existed. Soaring hook-laden melodies, and adjective-filled lyrics around life, death, girls, cars and motorbikes, was everything a trapped teenaged boy could imagine outside his small world. On top of that, each song was an epic of dynamic proportions, and it shaped the theatrical and dynamic way I looked at song writing and performance ever since.”

It’s more-than-fitting augmentation to the band’s Best Of The Best show that is poised to ignite stages in 2022. The exhilarating show features the full Bat Out Of Hell album, plus the singles from the INXS:KICK album and the entire Live Aid set from Adam Thompson’s Bohemian Rhapsody Concert, then capped off with Chocolate Starfish hits.

Australia’s most entertaining rock band continues to exceed expectations with this spectacular selection of songs honoured in true Starfish style. Just as they put their own slant on Carly Simon’s You’re So Vain, The Fish approach each song with their trademark intensity and revelry that elevates the experience well beyond a tribute. With a nod to the original and a glint in their eyes, they imbue the songs with their signature flair and theatrics; even their own songs receive another light. Chocolate Starfish has enthralled audiences with the Classic Album Series since its inception in 2015 with Bat Out of Hell and the band are ‘all revved up’ to return to the Series’ roots.

Chocolate Starfish powered on to the Australian music scene in the early 1990s and quickly established themselves as an influential force with their cover of You’re So Vain, original hit Mountain and perennial favourite Four Letter Word. They wholeheartedly earned their reputation as one of Australia’s best live bands of the 90s, boasting two Top 10 albums and six Top 50 singles, and received an Australian Music Award for ‘Most Popular Album’ at the 1994 Australian Music Awards.

Twenty-nine years later, the band is living up to this reputation and then some as they continue to delight long-time fans and win over new ones. With a new album, The Beautiful Addiction, and plenty of fuel in the tank, the ‘Fish show no signs of slowing down.

Best Of The Best + promises audiences what they know and love about a Chocolate Starfish show – pure, unadulterated entertainment…and, as always, a few surprises.

Saturday 4th June 2022
Palais Theatre, ST KILDA VIC
www.palaistheatre.com.au

BEST OF THE BEST + SET LIST

BAT OUT OF HELLBat Out of Hell
You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth (Hot
Summer Night)
Heaven Can Wait
All Revved Up with No Place To Go
Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad
Paradise by the Dashboard Lights
For Crying Out Loud
INXS:KICKNew Sensation
Mystify
Need You Tonight
Devil Inside
Never Tear Us Apart
LIVE AID SET / BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY CONCERTRadio Gaga
Hammer To Fall
Crazy Little Thing
We Will Rock You
We Are The Champions
Bohemian Rhapsody
STARFISH HITSMountain
You’re So Vain
What’s Up?

For more information visit www.chocolatestarfish.com.au

Darren Coggan @ Bicentennial Hall
Jun 4 @ 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm
Darren Coggan @ Bicentennial Hall

Masterful storyteller Darren Coggan shares the journey behind the legend in his new show The Poems, Prayers & Promises of John Denver

January – June 2022 Tour Dates

Considered one of Australia’s most masterful storytellers, Darren Coggan takes audiences on a journey through the poems, prayers and promises of the life of John Denver in his new show. Announcing a run of tour dates for 2022, kicking off at Tamworth Country Music Festival and carrying through until June, audiences will share in an evening of singing, laughter and reflection.

Music fans will not be disappointed as Darren performs all the universal anthems, from Take Me Home Country Roads, Rocky Mountain High, Annie’s Song, and Perhaps Love, to Thank God I’m A Country Boy, Calypso and Leaving On A Jet Plane, to name a few. A revered country artist and multi-award winner in his own right, Darren delivers each performance with an authenticity and level of respect for songs that shaped generations.

“The show celebrates the close relationship and fondness that John Denver had for Australia, which I think helped inspire much of his work,” says Darren. “I hope that I can deliver the same sense of joy and yearning that John Denver had for performing and indeed living life to the fullest. I hope that the audiences emerge from the theatres feeling uplifted and inspired by the songs, taking with them a sense of moral concern to strive for a better world for our children.”

For Darren, there has always been something about John Denver’s songs, and songwriting, that has always inspired him. Even from an early age, the music resonated with him. “I have been a fan of John Denver’s for as long as I can remember,” he says. “The very first songs I learned to play on the guitar at age six were John Denver songs. The first big concert my parents took me to at age 13 was John Denver in Canberra, and after that night, the whole world started to spin in a different way for me. It was just John on stage, with his guitars and a voice full of sunshine. He completely filled the room with love and seemed to have a personal connection with every single person in the audience. I thought, that’s what I want to do. He was the reason I wanted to become a country singer-songwriter. I found great refuge in his albums and there was a spirit in his music that resonates with me to this day.”

It isn’t just Darren who finds solace in John Denver’s music. As one of the world’s most prolific songwriters, he made an indelible imprint on the 1970s music scene, and beyond. Music historians attribute his influence to the 70s akin to what Frank Sinatra was to the 1940s, Elvis was to the 1950s, and The Beatles were to the 1960s.  He effortlessly traversed folk, pop and country music and brought people together.

“John’s timeless songs and his messages of love, peace, tolerance and understanding are just as important in our world today as when they were first written, perhaps more so,” says Darren. “In some kind of almost spiritual way, his music unites us, it brings together and reminds us to love one another, and in the world that we live in today, being reminded to love each other is not such a bad thing.”

As for his songs, and the stories behind them, Darren feels there is something in the songs that seems to resonate with each person on a different level, regardless of their beliefs. “I think John was a masterful songwriter,” he says. “He had the ability to not only entertain his audience, but reach out to them and sing about them. I think it’s the simplicity in which he delivers his lyrics, they are almost conversational and touch on universal themes of home, love, hope  and things that are the essence of what we are all searching for. John’s passion for love and life was so infectious, you can’t help but get swept up in his enthusiasm. John spoke for the environment before it was popular to do so, and his songs have become voices for our planet, they offer us a vision of living in harmony with nature and with each other.”

Tickets to Darren Coggan’s The Poems, Prayers & Promises of John Denver are on sale now.

For more information, please visit www.darrencoggan.com

Jun
11
Sat
2022
Darren Coggan @ Jetty Theatre
Jun 11 @ 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm
Darren Coggan @ Jetty Theatre

Masterful storyteller Darren Coggan shares the journey behind the legend in his new show The Poems, Prayers & Promises of John Denver

January – June 2022 Tour Dates

Considered one of Australia’s most masterful storytellers, Darren Coggan takes audiences on a journey through the poems, prayers and promises of the life of John Denver in his new show. Announcing a run of tour dates for 2022, kicking off at Tamworth Country Music Festival and carrying through until June, audiences will share in an evening of singing, laughter and reflection.

Music fans will not be disappointed as Darren performs all the universal anthems, from Take Me Home Country Roads, Rocky Mountain High, Annie’s Song, and Perhaps Love, to Thank God I’m A Country Boy, Calypso and Leaving On A Jet Plane, to name a few. A revered country artist and multi-award winner in his own right, Darren delivers each performance with an authenticity and level of respect for songs that shaped generations.

“The show celebrates the close relationship and fondness that John Denver had for Australia, which I think helped inspire much of his work,” says Darren. “I hope that I can deliver the same sense of joy and yearning that John Denver had for performing and indeed living life to the fullest. I hope that the audiences emerge from the theatres feeling uplifted and inspired by the songs, taking with them a sense of moral concern to strive for a better world for our children.”

For Darren, there has always been something about John Denver’s songs, and songwriting, that has always inspired him. Even from an early age, the music resonated with him. “I have been a fan of John Denver’s for as long as I can remember,” he says. “The very first songs I learned to play on the guitar at age six were John Denver songs. The first big concert my parents took me to at age 13 was John Denver in Canberra, and after that night, the whole world started to spin in a different way for me. It was just John on stage, with his guitars and a voice full of sunshine. He completely filled the room with love and seemed to have a personal connection with every single person in the audience. I thought, that’s what I want to do. He was the reason I wanted to become a country singer-songwriter. I found great refuge in his albums and there was a spirit in his music that resonates with me to this day.”

It isn’t just Darren who finds solace in John Denver’s music. As one of the world’s most prolific songwriters, he made an indelible imprint on the 1970s music scene, and beyond. Music historians attribute his influence to the 70s akin to what Frank Sinatra was to the 1940s, Elvis was to the 1950s, and The Beatles were to the 1960s.  He effortlessly traversed folk, pop and country music and brought people together.

“John’s timeless songs and his messages of love, peace, tolerance and understanding are just as important in our world today as when they were first written, perhaps more so,” says Darren. “In some kind of almost spiritual way, his music unites us, it brings together and reminds us to love one another, and in the world that we live in today, being reminded to love each other is not such a bad thing.”

As for his songs, and the stories behind them, Darren feels there is something in the songs that seems to resonate with each person on a different level, regardless of their beliefs. “I think John was a masterful songwriter,” he says. “He had the ability to not only entertain his audience, but reach out to them and sing about them. I think it’s the simplicity in which he delivers his lyrics, they are almost conversational and touch on universal themes of home, love, hope  and things that are the essence of what we are all searching for. John’s passion for love and life was so infectious, you can’t help but get swept up in his enthusiasm. John spoke for the environment before it was popular to do so, and his songs have become voices for our planet, they offer us a vision of living in harmony with nature and with each other.”

Tickets to Darren Coggan’s The Poems, Prayers & Promises of John Denver are on sale now.

For more information, please visit www.darrencoggan.com

Jun
18
Sat
2022
Darren Coggan @ The J Theatre
Jun 18 @ 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm
Darren Coggan @ The J Theatre

Masterful storyteller Darren Coggan shares the journey behind the legend in his new show The Poems, Prayers & Promises of John Denver

January – June 2022 Tour Dates

Considered one of Australia’s most masterful storytellers, Darren Coggan takes audiences on a journey through the poems, prayers and promises of the life of John Denver in his new show. Announcing a run of tour dates for 2022, kicking off at Tamworth Country Music Festival and carrying through until June, audiences will share in an evening of singing, laughter and reflection.

Music fans will not be disappointed as Darren performs all the universal anthems, from Take Me Home Country Roads, Rocky Mountain High, Annie’s Song, and Perhaps Love, to Thank God I’m A Country Boy, Calypso and Leaving On A Jet Plane, to name a few. A revered country artist and multi-award winner in his own right, Darren delivers each performance with an authenticity and level of respect for songs that shaped generations.

“The show celebrates the close relationship and fondness that John Denver had for Australia, which I think helped inspire much of his work,” says Darren. “I hope that I can deliver the same sense of joy and yearning that John Denver had for performing and indeed living life to the fullest. I hope that the audiences emerge from the theatres feeling uplifted and inspired by the songs, taking with them a sense of moral concern to strive for a better world for our children.”

For Darren, there has always been something about John Denver’s songs, and songwriting, that has always inspired him. Even from an early age, the music resonated with him. “I have been a fan of John Denver’s for as long as I can remember,” he says. “The very first songs I learned to play on the guitar at age six were John Denver songs. The first big concert my parents took me to at age 13 was John Denver in Canberra, and after that night, the whole world started to spin in a different way for me. It was just John on stage, with his guitars and a voice full of sunshine. He completely filled the room with love and seemed to have a personal connection with every single person in the audience. I thought, that’s what I want to do. He was the reason I wanted to become a country singer-songwriter. I found great refuge in his albums and there was a spirit in his music that resonates with me to this day.”

It isn’t just Darren who finds solace in John Denver’s music. As one of the world’s most prolific songwriters, he made an indelible imprint on the 1970s music scene, and beyond. Music historians attribute his influence to the 70s akin to what Frank Sinatra was to the 1940s, Elvis was to the 1950s, and The Beatles were to the 1960s.  He effortlessly traversed folk, pop and country music and brought people together.

“John’s timeless songs and his messages of love, peace, tolerance and understanding are just as important in our world today as when they were first written, perhaps more so,” says Darren. “In some kind of almost spiritual way, his music unites us, it brings together and reminds us to love one another, and in the world that we live in today, being reminded to love each other is not such a bad thing.”

As for his songs, and the stories behind them, Darren feels there is something in the songs that seems to resonate with each person on a different level, regardless of their beliefs. “I think John was a masterful songwriter,” he says. “He had the ability to not only entertain his audience, but reach out to them and sing about them. I think it’s the simplicity in which he delivers his lyrics, they are almost conversational and touch on universal themes of home, love, hope  and things that are the essence of what we are all searching for. John’s passion for love and life was so infectious, you can’t help but get swept up in his enthusiasm. John spoke for the environment before it was popular to do so, and his songs have become voices for our planet, they offer us a vision of living in harmony with nature and with each other.”

Tickets to Darren Coggan’s The Poems, Prayers & Promises of John Denver are on sale now.

For more information, please visit www.darrencoggan.com

Jul
15
Fri
2022
John Schumann @ MEMO Music Hall
Jul 15 @ 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm
John Schumann @ MEMO Music Hall

John Schumann brings The Redgum Years to Melbourne this July

Fans of Redgum are in for a rare treat this July as revered songwriter John Schumann brings the music of his band back to the stage for two special nights only at MEMO Music Hall in St Kilda. Joined by The Vagabond Crew, John and his fellow musicians will explore the songs, stories, laughter and passion of Redgum, a band who helped shape the history of the Australian music scene. The Redgum Years is a show specifically for the music fans who bought the records, attended the shows, sat on the floor in their bedrooms or loungerooms and gave Redgum songs life.

It is undisputable the impact that John Schumann and Redgum have had on the Australian music scene. I Was Only 19 is a song that has influenced generations and continues to do so. Redgum proudly told the stories of Australia, without inhibition, incorporating our place names, cultural intricacies and didn’t try to hide our distinctive accent. Their focus on social equality, political and economic justice opened up a commentary that extended further that the music and helped evoke change. The songs John contributed to the Redgum repertoire and those he sang with his very distinctive vocal style – such as 100 Years On, Stewie, The Last Frontier, Where You Gonna Run To, Poor Ned, Virgin Ground, Gladstone Pier and I’ve Been To Bali Too – are still as relevant today as they were first performed to packed houses of passionate music fans.

While John has never shied away from performing the odd Redgum classic, he hasn’t returned to his roots since he left the band. In fact, despite numerous requests from venues and promoters to reform the band or take a ‘Redgum’ show on the road, the timing never felt right to John. It was his long-term band, The Vagabond Crew who eventually convinced him he should pay homage to the songs that made such an impact – not with a reformation of Redgum, but through a recollection of the music.

“I expected to see the songs as timepieces, exercises in nostalgia, but not relevant,” says John. “It was absolutely fascinating to discover that 90 per cent of the songs work just as hard today as they did when they were originally written, recorded and performed back in the 80s.”

Returning to Melbourne was important for John, as the city played such an integral role in the early success of Redgum. Despite being an Adelaide band, it was community station 3CR that helped raise Redgum’s profile from an independent folk-rock band to national prominence. The band lived in Melbourne for a period of time, performing at grassroots venues, garnering a solid fanbase and attracting attention of the all-important booking agencies.

“There were only three or four gigs for bands at our level in Adelaide, whereas, in Melbourne, we could play every night for three or four weeks without having to travel and sleep in motels every night,” recalls John. “This was very attractive. I shared a house with a friend in Station Street, North Carlton and really enjoyed the Melbourne lifestyle. I wrote I Was Only 19 in the backyard of the house in Station Street. It was at the Chevron on St Kilda Road that the then music director for 3XY saw Redgum for the first time and heard I Was Only 19. He went back to the station that night and left a note for the programmers to put 19 on the playlist – and on high rotation. The rest, as they say is history.”

Even now, John still feels a strong affinity to Melbourne. “There is always something very familiar and very comforting about Melbourne,” he says. “I spent a lot of time in Melbourne with Hugh (McDonald) recording between 2005 and when Hugh died in 2016. That said, we never played very much there as The Vagabond Crew, so I’m very much looking forward to playing in Melbourne under the Redgum banner, so to speak. I love Adelaide – I’m very much an Adelaide boy. But if I had to choose another Australian city to live in, it would be Melbourne – without a shadow of a doubt.

Tickets for The Redgum Years are on sale now.

Friday 15th July 2022
MEMO Music Hall, ST KILDA VIC
www.memomusichall.com.au

Saturday 16th July 2022
MEMO Music Hall, ST KILDA VIC
www.memomusichall.com.au

For more information, please visit http://www.schumann.com.au/

Jul
16
Sat
2022
John Schumann @ MEMO Music Hall
Jul 16 @ 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm
John Schumann @ MEMO Music Hall

John Schumann brings The Redgum Years to Melbourne this July

Fans of Redgum are in for a rare treat this July as revered songwriter John Schumann brings the music of his band back to the stage for two special nights only at MEMO Music Hall in St Kilda. Joined by The Vagabond Crew, John and his fellow musicians will explore the songs, stories, laughter and passion of Redgum, a band who helped shape the history of the Australian music scene. The Redgum Years is a show specifically for the music fans who bought the records, attended the shows, sat on the floor in their bedrooms or loungerooms and gave Redgum songs life.

It is undisputable the impact that John Schumann and Redgum have had on the Australian music scene. I Was Only 19 is a song that has influenced generations and continues to do so. Redgum proudly told the stories of Australia, without inhibition, incorporating our place names, cultural intricacies and didn’t try to hide our distinctive accent. Their focus on social equality, political and economic justice opened up a commentary that extended further that the music and helped evoke change. The songs John contributed to the Redgum repertoire and those he sang with his very distinctive vocal style – such as 100 Years On, Stewie, The Last Frontier, Where You Gonna Run To, Poor Ned, Virgin Ground, Gladstone Pier and I’ve Been To Bali Too – are still as relevant today as they were first performed to packed houses of passionate music fans.

While John has never shied away from performing the odd Redgum classic, he hasn’t returned to his roots since he left the band. In fact, despite numerous requests from venues and promoters to reform the band or take a ‘Redgum’ show on the road, the timing never felt right to John. It was his long-term band, The Vagabond Crew who eventually convinced him he should pay homage to the songs that made such an impact – not with a reformation of Redgum, but through a recollection of the music.

“I expected to see the songs as timepieces, exercises in nostalgia, but not relevant,” says John. “It was absolutely fascinating to discover that 90 per cent of the songs work just as hard today as they did when they were originally written, recorded and performed back in the 80s.”

Returning to Melbourne was important for John, as the city played such an integral role in the early success of Redgum. Despite being an Adelaide band, it was community station 3CR that helped raise Redgum’s profile from an independent folk-rock band to national prominence. The band lived in Melbourne for a period of time, performing at grassroots venues, garnering a solid fanbase and attracting attention of the all-important booking agencies.

“There were only three or four gigs for bands at our level in Adelaide, whereas, in Melbourne, we could play every night for three or four weeks without having to travel and sleep in motels every night,” recalls John. “This was very attractive. I shared a house with a friend in Station Street, North Carlton and really enjoyed the Melbourne lifestyle. I wrote I Was Only 19 in the backyard of the house in Station Street. It was at the Chevron on St Kilda Road that the then music director for 3XY saw Redgum for the first time and heard I Was Only 19. He went back to the station that night and left a note for the programmers to put 19 on the playlist – and on high rotation. The rest, as they say is history.”

Even now, John still feels a strong affinity to Melbourne. “There is always something very familiar and very comforting about Melbourne,” he says. “I spent a lot of time in Melbourne with Hugh (McDonald) recording between 2005 and when Hugh died in 2016. That said, we never played very much there as The Vagabond Crew, so I’m very much looking forward to playing in Melbourne under the Redgum banner, so to speak. I love Adelaide – I’m very much an Adelaide boy. But if I had to choose another Australian city to live in, it would be Melbourne – without a shadow of a doubt.

Tickets for The Redgum Years are on sale now.

Friday 15th July 2022
MEMO Music Hall, ST KILDA VIC
www.memomusichall.com.au

Saturday 16th July 2022
MEMO Music Hall, ST KILDA VIC
www.memomusichall.com.au

For more information, please visit http://www.schumann.com.au/

Aug
27
Sat
2022
Legends On The Lawn @ Harrup Park, MACKAY QLD
Aug 27 @ 11:00 am – 8:00 pm

Legends On The Lawn rescheduled due to COVID-19

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New date: Saturday 27th August 2022

This weekend’s concert in Mackay, Legends On The Lawn, has been rescheduled due to Jimmy Barnes testing positive to COVID-19. The concert was originally planned for Saturday 21st May. The new date is now on Saturday 27th August 2022. The line-up remains the same, headlined by Jimmy Barnes, along with The Living End, Jon Stevens, Vika & Linda, Vanessa Amorosi, Busby Marou and Christine Anu.

“We are devastated to announce that Jimmy Barnes has contracted COVID and will be unable to perform this Saturday in Mackay,” says organiser Duane McDonald. “We wish Jimmy the very best in health for a speedy recovery.”

All current tickets are valid for the new date.

All ticketholders will receive a notification email from Ticketmaster in the coming hours. Patrons unable to attend the new date will be eligible for a refund via Ticketmaster until 5pm on June 15.

New Concert Date
Saturday 27th August 2022
Harrup Park, MACKAY QLD
www.ticketmaster.com.au | 136 100

For additional information, please visit www.legendsonthelawn.com.au

Oct
8
Sat
2022
Red Hot Summer Tour @ Sandalford Estate
Oct 8 @ 11:30 am – 8:00 pm
Red Hot Summer Tour @ Sandalford Estate

The Red Hot Summer Tour at Sandalford Estate in The Swan Valley rescheduled to Saturday 8th October 2022

Due to the current restrictions and gathering limits ired hot sn Western Australia, the RED HOT SUMMER TOUR at Sandalford Estate in the Swan Valley will be rescheduled. The sold-out show, originally slated for Saturday 2nd April, has been rescheduled to Saturday 8th October 2022. The show will feature the same line-up – Hunters & Collectors, James Reyne, The Living End, The Angels, Baby Animals, Killing Heidi and Boom Crash Opera.

Organiser Duane McDonald says everyone involved with the RED HOT SUMMER TOUR are looking forward to bringing the Unfinished Business event to the region. “While we are disappointed to be in this position, we are thrilled that all the artists have made themselves available to honour this sold-out show for our Western Australian fans,” he says.

Ticket holders for the Swan Valley show will be contacted by Ticketmaster in the coming hours.

Rescheduled date
Saturday 8th October 2022
Sandalford Estate, SWAN VALLEY WA
www.ticketmaster.com.au
*** SOLD OUT ***

For more information, please visit www.redhotsummertour.com.au

Oct
16
Sun
2022
Red Hot Summer Tour @ Kiama Showgrounds
Oct 16 @ 11:30 am – 8:00 pm
Red Hot Summer Tour @ Kiama Showgrounds

HUNTERS & COLLECTORS,
JAMES REYNE, THE LIVING END, THE ANGELS, BABY ANIMALS, KILLING HEIDI & BOOM CRASH OPERA

New show date: Sunday 16th October 2022

The RED HOT SUMMER TOUR in Kiama this weekend has been rescheduled due to the ongoing wet weather and safety concerns due to the sodden ground. Organisers, representatives of the Kiama Council, and venue management conducted a site inspection this morning and have deemed the site unsafe to proceed for this Sunday (3rd April). With more heavy rain and high winds predicted over the coming days, promoters have made the decision to reschedule the event.

The show will now be held on Sunday 16th October with the same line-up – Hunters & Collectors, James Reyne, The Living End, The Angels, Baby Animals, Killing Heidi and Boom Crash Opera.

Promoter Duane McDonald says the safety of audiences, performers and all involved with the RED HOT SUMMER TOUR is always the first priority. “We thank everyone involved for being so flexible to reschedule their calendars to be part of the Kiama show,” he says. “Everyone’s safety is paramount and we look forward to bringing the RED HOT SUMMER TOUR to Kiama Showgrounds in October.”

Ticket holders for the Kiama show will be contacted by Ticketmaster in the coming hours.

Rescheduled date
Sunday 16th October 2022
Kiama Showgrounds, KIAMA NSW
Kiama Visitor Information Centre 1300 654 262

For more information, please visit www.redhotsummertour.com.au