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Scott Owen, The Living End, Soundwave, Melbourne, Photo, Ros O'Gorman

The Living End, Soundwave, Melbourne, Photo by Ros O'Gorman

The Living End set for a Red Hot Summer of touring

by Paul Cashmere on December 28, 2018

in News

The Living End are in fine form for kicking off the first series of the Red Hot Summer tour for 2019 after a good four months of ‘training’ getting in shape with their Wunderbar tour.

The Wunderbar tour broke in the new songs. ‘Wunderbar’ was the eighth album for The Living End coming two weeks short of 20 years since the debut ‘The Living End’.

Here is a fun fact about The Living End – out of eight album, The Living End have never not had a Top 10 record. The self-titled debut and the fourth album ‘State of Emergency’ were both number one albums in Australia. The third album ‘Modern Artillery’, sixth ‘The Ending Is Just The Beginning Repeating’ and the current ‘Wunderbar’ all reached number three. 2016’s ‘Shift’ peaked at number 4, and ‘Roll On’, the second album from 2000 reached number 8.

Jimmy Barnes will headline the first series of Red Hot Summer with Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, The Living End, Diesel, Richard Clapton and Chocolate Starfish on the bill.

Get in quick for the remaining Red Hot Summer tickets. Five shows have already sold out.

Red Hot Summer dates Series One

12 January, Mannum, SA SOLD OUT
13 January, Swan Valley, WA
19 January, Mornington, Vic SOLD OUT
20 January, Mornington, Vic
26 January, Launceston,, Tas SOLD OUT
27 January, Ballarat, Vic
2 February, Hunter Valley, NSW
3 February, Baulkham Hills, NSW SOLD OUT
9 February, Bribie Island, QLD SOLD OUT
10 February, Bribie Island, QLD

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