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IT’LL BE A RED-HOT SUMMER …AGAIN!

July 4, 2018

The Red Hot Summer Tour is back in 2019 and tickets are now on sale! Featuring Australia’s favourite son Jimmy Barnes, Joan Jett and The Blackhearts, The Living End, Diesel, Richard Clapton and Chocolate Starfish, the run of eight dates including the Hunter Valley’s Roche
Estate on February 2, 2019.

With such a stellar line-up, it isn’t hard to see why the Red Hot Summer Tour has earned the reputation as one of the best regional festivals on the touring circuit.Promoter Duane McDonald, who established the Red Hot Summer Tour over nine years ago, had a strong vision from the start of bringing world-class rock acts to regional areas.

 

“Our ethos starting out was to take the type of artists you would see performing at festivals in metro centres, and bring them to the regions,”he says.

 

“Music fans are everywhere, and just because they don’t live in a capital city doesn’t mean they shouldn’t have access to some of the best live acts. We are so proud to have grown the festival to encompass dozens of shows – across three different series annually – with bills that include some of the world’s most iconic artists. We are excited about 2019 – we’re going to rock the socks off of music fans!

 

”The Red Hot Summer Tour is always a sell-out series. The 2018 run saw many of the shows sell-outs several months before, and tickets are always coveted. Don’t miss out on tickets to the 2019 tour – these shows are what music memories are made of!

 

Tickets are on sale now and are only available through Ticket master on 136 100 or visit www.ticketmaster.com.au Patrons are advised not to purchase tickets from Viagogo or other Third Party Sellers, as fraudulent tickets will not be honoured.■

 

 

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