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Air Supply to tour Australia and New Zealand for David Roy Williams

by Paul Cashmere on November 28, 2018

in News

David Roy Williams will tour Air Supply across Australia and New Zealand in 2019.

Russell Hitchcock and Graham Russell formed Air Supply in Melbourne in 1975. They met while working together on ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’.

Air Supply had an Australian hit in 1976 with ‘Love and Other Bruises’. They then went on to have phenomenal success around the world starting with ‘Lost In Love’ in 1980. Non-stop Top 10 hits continued with ‘All Out Of Love’, ‘Every Woman In The World’, ‘The One That You Love’, ‘Here I Am’, ‘Sweet Dreams’, ‘Even the Nights are Better’, ‘Even The Nights Are Better’, ‘Two Less Lonely People In The World’ and ‘Making Love Out of Nothing At All’.

Ticket details here

Air Supply dates

23 April, Brisbane, QPAC
24 April, Melbourne, The Plenary
26 April, Sydney, Opera House
28 April, Perth, Astor Theatre

New Zealand
30 April, Auckland, Bruce Mason Centre

PRE SALE TUESDAY 4TH DECEMBER 10AM
GENERAL PUBLIC ON SALE WEDNESDAY 5TH DECEMBER 10AM

Special fan packages will also be available for this tour.

Platinum VIP package (limited to 50 per show):
Meet Air Supply
Admission to Soundcheck
Photo with Air Supply
1 item signed
Limited edition A3 Thick Card Poster
Official commemorative Air Supply VIP Laminate
Priority Access to the Venue

Gold VIP package (limited to 50 per show):
Admission to Soundcheck
Limited edition A3 Thick Card Poster
Official commemorative Air Supply VIP Laminate
Priority Access to the Venue

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