Culture Club Encore Tour with Stellar Lineup of Support Acts

By October 10, 2016Past Tours

High off the back of sold out shows and rave reviews across the USA and Australia, Culture Club are coming back to Australia for another run of shows. Supported across the country by Eurogliders, Pseudo Echo, 1927, Kids in the Kitchen, Wa Wa Nee, Real Life and Joel Turner. Please refer to below for more details. Not all bands are in each city.

Culture Club Encore Tour Dates

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Culture Club Encore Tour Info

Tickets on sale for all shows on Wednesday 19th October.

Australia adores Culture Club – both the mayhem and success of their June tour has cemented our love affair with the iconic 80’s pop band.  The tour will feature the original line-up:  singer Boy George, guitarist/keyboardist Roy Hay, bassist Mikey Craig and drummer Jon Moss.   Says the band “after the success of our June visit and the huge warm welcome we received from Australian fans, we have decided to come back and do it all again – you simply can’t get rid of us that easily!’’

Culture Club have been wowing audiences across the globe as part of their worldwide tour.  Musically they are sounding better than ever before as they are joined by extra percussionists, keyboard players, backing singers and a horn section.   This bigger line up has added a whole new element of warmth and sound to their live shows, of which, are consistently receiving glowing reviews.  Culture Club have continued to stay relevant and are still as remarkable now as they were back then.

There is a stellar line of Australian 80’s support acts to turn this tour into a whole other level of fun – it’s going to be a seriously HUGE show and you can expect it to be chock-a-block full of the smash hits we all know and love!  Tasmania & Barossa Valley will see support acts 1927, Pseudo Echo and Real Life.  In the Hunter Valley, it will be 1927, Pseudo Echo, Kids in The Kitchen, Wa Wa Nee and Real Life.  Melbourne will stage 1927, Pseudo Echo, Eurogliders, Wa Wa Nee and Real Life.

When you go to a Culture Club show, you can expect to have loads of fun and be fully immersed into a huge party atmosphere  – then add to the mix this super 80’s line up, what more could you ask for? Grab your friends and be sure to get your tickets quickly so you don’t miss out!