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The Church added to By The C music festival

by Paul Cashmere on December 4, 2018

in News

The Church has joined the By The C line-up for Newcastle, Wollongong, Coolongatta, Geelong and Adelaide for 2019.

The Church are currently on their Starfish 30th anniversary tour where they performed their biggest album of the 80s from start to finish.

The addition to the By The C line-up solidifies the 2019 festival with yet another Australian international success. ‘Starfish’ was a Gold record in the USA and the song ‘Under The Milky Way’ was a Billboard Top 40 hit.

The Church join Icehouse at By The C who had four USA Billboard charting albums and two Top 20 hits in America with ‘Crazy’ and ‘Electric Blue’.

The other By The C international hit act is Mental As Anything who had three UK hits including no 3 song ‘Live It Up’.

By The C is a Zaccaria Concerts production.

By The C dates

Camp Shortland, Newcastle
Saturday 19th January, 2019 (gates open at 1.00pm)

Stuart Park, Wollongong
Sunday 20th January, 2019 (gates open at 1.00pm)

Queen Elizabeth Park, Coolongatta
Saturday 2nd February, 2019 (gates open at 1.00pm)

Leura Park, Geelong
Saturday 9th February, 2019 (gates open at 1.00pm)

Glenelg Beach, Adelaide
Sunday 10th February, 2019 (gates open at 1.00pm)

Tickets on sale on now and available at
www.ticketmaster.com.au

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