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Joan Jett at Red Hot Summer, Mornington, 19 January 2019 photo by Karen Freedman

Joan Jett at Red Hot Summer, Mornington, 19 January 2019 photo by Karen Freedman

Joan Jett to play her final Australian shows for Red Hot Summer this weekend

by Paul Cashmere on February 8, 2019

in News

After a month in Australia, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts will down tools after their two final Red Hot Summer shows at Bribie Island in Queensland this weekend.

The Joan Jett & The Blackhearts Red Hot Summer shows have been mostly sell-outs since the tour kicked off in Mannum, South Australia on 12 January. Joan has returned to Australia as the special guest of headliner Jimmy Barnes.

Joan Jett and the Blackhearts setlist Ballarat, 27 January, 2017

Victim of Circumstance (from I Love Rock & Roll, 1981)
Cherry Bomb (from The Runaways, 1976)
Do You Wanna Touch Me (Oh Yeah) (from Bad Reputation, 1980)
Bad Reputation (from Bad Reputation, 1980)
You Drive Me Wild (from The Runaways, 1976)
Light of Day (from Light of Day soundtrack, 1987)
Fake Friends (from Album, 1983)
Love Is Pain (from I Love Rock & Roll, 1981)
Soulmates to Strangers (from Unvarnished, 2013)
Make It Back (from Unvarnished, 2013)
Love Is All Around (theme song from the Mary Tyler Moore Show)
Fresh Start (from Bad Reputation soundtrack, 2018)
I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll (from I Love Rock & Roll, 1981)
Crimson & Clover (from I Love Rock & Roll, 1981)
I Hate Myself for Loving You (from Up Your Alley, 1988)

Encore:
Real Wild Child (Wild One) (from Flashback, 1998)
Everyday People (from Album, 1983)

Joan Jett & The Blackhearts also played one pub show at the Corner Hotel as part of their 2019 Australian tour for Red Hot Summer. The show sold out in 15 minutes.

Red Hot Summer will continue with Series 2 for 2019 starting 15 February in the Barossa Valley.

Suzi Quatro will headline series two of Red Hot Summer starting in the Barossa Valley on 16 February. The Barossa Valley and Jacobs Well Red Hot Summer show have already sold out.

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

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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