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The Screaming Jets to mark 30th Anniversary with National Tour

by Paul Cashmere on February 8, 2019

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Dave Gleeson and Paul Woseen were barely in long pants when they formed The Screaming Jets in Newcastle in 1989. 2019 marks their 30th anniversary still doing the job.

The Screaming Jets will tour Australia with their Dirty Thirty dates starting where else other than Newcastle.

The original home turf will kick off the tour with two Cardiff then a Doyalson date, old stomping ground for The Jets.

Special guests on various dates for the tour are The Poor, Celebate Rifles and Boom Crash Opera.

The Screaming Jets debut album ‘All For One’ took them to number 2 on the ARIA chart in 1991. ‘Tear of Thought’ sold platinum and peaked at number 3. The third album ‘The Screaming Jets’ reached number one and earned the band another Gold award.

‘DIRTY THIRTY’ TOUR DATES

 
Fri 3rd May – Wests Cardiff, Newcastle
Sat 4th May – Wests Cardiff, Newcastle
With The Poor 
Fri 10th May – Doyalson RSL, NSW
With The Poor 
Sat 11th May – Metro Theatre, Sydney.
With The Poor and Special guests: CELIBATE RIFLES 
Fri 17th May – The Triffid, Brisbane
With The Poor 
Sat 18th May – Astor Theatre, Perth
With The Poor 
Fri 24th May – 170 Russell, Melbourne.
With The Poor and Special Guests: BOOM CRASH OPERA 
Sat 25th May  – The Gov, Adelaide
With The Poor

The Red Hot Summer series two features The Angels, Baby Animals, The Screaming Jets, Jon Stevens, Moving Pictures and Chocolate Starfish with headliner Suzi Quatro.

Red Hot Summer series two dates

February 16, Barossa Valley, SA
February 17, Hobart, Tas
February 23, Bendigo, Vic
February 24, Canberra, ACT
March 2, Wodonga, Vic
March 3, Kiama, NSW
March 9, Kariong, NSW
March 10, Jacobs Well, Qld
March 16, Port Macquarie, NSW
March 17, Bribie Island

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