UK pop rock icons Wet Wet Wet are heading back to Australia for the first time since 1995!
Their November tour sees them performing in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide as well as being special guests for The Corrs, One Night Only event at Hope Estate.
Well known for their massive hit, Love Is All Around, from one of the most successful UK movies ever, Four Weddings And A Funeral, Scotland’s Wet Wet Wet are celebrating the 35th anniversary of their first album release this year.
With their hit albums & singles including Sweet Little Mystery, Angel Eyes, Goodnight Girl, Julia Says and of course, Sweet Surrender, the band have featured in the official UK singles and album charts for over 500 weeks, spending 15 weeks at the top with Love Is All Around itself – a record for any UK artist that still stands.
Having played to more than four million people around the world including a record breaking 10 sold out shows in one year at the SEC in Glasgow, the band have built a reputation as one of the best live acts ever produced by the UK. The band’s latest album, 2021’s The Journey, is their first in over a decade and having last toured Australia all the way back in 1995, Wet Wet Wet are thrilled to be finally coming back to reconnect with their old fans and looking forward to making new ones who will experience them for the first time.
Ben Lee has been one of Australia’s most successful singer songwriters of the new millennium. Cigarette’s Will Kill You and Catch My Disease have been radio staples for years and his 2006 smash, We’re All In This Together became an unofficial Aussie anthem during the pandemic. Never one to take himself seriously, Ben is in it for the good times. A prolific collaborator, Ben has worked with too many artists to mention, runs a podcast network and even directs movies!
Emerging artist, Gaudion will impress you with his charisma energy and zest for life which are embodied in his music as he continues his mission to spread happiness everywhere!
Gaudion is nominated for Breakout Artist of the Year at the upcoming Gold Coast Music Awards and his unique style is influenced by the likes of Van Morrison, Ed Sheeran, James Reyne and Tracy Chapman.
Friday, November 25: The Palais, Melbourne
Saturday, November 26: Hope Estate, Hunter Valley (with The Corrs)
Sunday, November 27: State Theatre, Sydney
Tuesday, November 29: Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane
Wednesday, November 30: Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide
One World Entertainment Members & Oztix Pre-sale
Wednesday, September 28 @ 9.00am until Thursday, September 29 @ 7.00am
General Public On Sale
Thursday, September 29 @ 9.00amAll times AEST
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