Status Quo Coles ad

Status Quo Coles ad

Status Quo To Tour Australia For Coles

by Paul Cashmere on August 21, 2012

in Live,News

The Status Quo Coles Supermarket ad campaign is getting even bigger with news that the supermarket chain will sponsor the upcoming Status Quo Australian fans.

Status Quo Coles ad

Status Quo Coles ad

Status Quo surprised Australian fans when they not only sold but then reworked their classic ‘Down Down’ for a advertisement for Coles and appeared in the TV ads.

The Coles branded Status Quo Australian tour will start in Sydney on March 27. It will be interested to see which version of ‘Down Down’ they perform.

Status Quo dates are:

March 27, Melbourne, Hordern Pavilion
March 28, Brisbane, Convention Centre
April 2, Adelaide, Thebarton Theatre
April 3, Melbourne, Palais Theatre

Will Normie Rowe be the support?

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