The Red Hot Summer Tour is back in 2023
The RED HOT SUMMER TOUR is bustling into 2023 with a line-up of Aussie music icons including Paul Kelly, Bernard Fanning & more. The Red Hot Summer Tour 2023 is shaping up to be one of the most popular in the touring festival’s history.
Paul Kelly has been writing songs, making records and touring for over forty years. Along the way he has released over 40 albums, including live concerts, compilations and soundtracks. For the RED HOT SUMMER TOUR run he will be playing a generous selection from his ever-green, ever-selling greatest hits record Songs From The South, as well as delving into a range of songs from his vast catalogue.
Bernard Fanning has accumulated one of the most celebrated songbooks on the Australian rock spectrum. The former Powderfinger frontman has collectively released 11 studio albums producing songs that have become ingrained in the Australian psyche. With over 20 years of touring, expect a rock show with swagger, entertaining banter, crowd interaction and a display of pure musical talent by a member of Australian rock royalty and his band who are the perfect accompaniment to his wide-ranging set list of heartfelt country – folk tinged charm and classic rock grooves.
Missy Higgins is one of our most beloved singer/songwriters and has won nine ARIA awards and multiple APRA Awards. The stories Missy shares through song writing come to life on stage as enjoyed by the thousands of fans who attend her concerts.
Mark Seymour formed Hunters and Collectors in 1980 with a bunch of Uni friends. The band become famous for its rhythmic power and very quickly became touted as the ‘next big thing’. The album Human Frailty has proven to be one of the most important and enduring records of the 80s.
Vika & Linda’seffortless harmonies and journey through rock, country, gospel, reggae, R&B, soul and blues, while always paying tribute to their rich Tongan heritage, has earned the respect and admiration of their greatest fans – the renowned Australian artists they’ve performed and recorded with, and whose work their voices have enhanced.
Ian Moss and Troy Cassar-Daley, two powerhouse artists, joined forces in 2022 for one of the year’s most successful tours. A truly remarkable partnership, with simplicity proving to be a powerful vessel to tell a story and share a song, will continue into 2023 via the RED HOT SUMMER. Ian Moss, a founding member of one of Australia’s greatest bands, Cold Chisel, is respected globally as one of our most iconic musicians. Troy Cassar-Daley, a proud Gumbaynggirr/Bundjalung man, comes from a long line of storytellers and is regarded as one of Australia’s finest songwriters.
- Start: 26 March 202312:30 pm