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The Red Hot Tour blazes into Lower Hutt for one NZ show only

The weather forecast is in and come February 5 2019, the heat in Lower Hutt is confirmed to rise to RED HOT.
Eccles Entertainment and Regional Touring are proud to present THE RED HOT SUMMER TOUR blazing into New Zealand for one show only February 5 2019 (Waitangi Day eve) to Lower Hutt. The Aussies are taking over and they are bringing some serious heat with them.
Bringing together the biggest names in Rock n Roll down under for one show only, THE RED HOT SUMMER TOUR promises to be large, loud, and rockin’.
Introducing THE RED HOT SUMMER TOUR 2019 line up…

Jimmy Barnes is synonymous with Australian rock’n’roll. As the legendary front man of Cold Chisel, and through his own chart-topping solo career, his incendiary live show now includes classics like ‘Khe Sanh’,’ Flame Trees’ and Working Class Man. Jimmy recently enjoyed his 15th #1 album in his homeland – surpassing the Beatles’ record. Over the last two years his two volumes of memoirs – Working Class Boy and Working Class Man have both been bestselling books and they have also both won ABIA Awards as Australia’s Best Biography. The associated Stories & Songs tours have attracted some of the best reviews of Jimmy’s already stellar career so he is literally in ‘Red Hot’ form right now. Jimmy Barnes in the flesh is the epitome of a rock experience, and his performance on stage at THE RED HOT SUMMER TOUR promises to deliver all that and more!

The Living End are considered Australian rock royalty, and for good reason. Their blistering live performances have seen them perform far and wide, and their reputation precedes them, they rock from the first note to the last. When The Living End first smashed onto the scene in 1997 with their double-A single Prisoner of Society and Second Solution, fans and critics sat up and listened. Since then they have released seven studio albums, and have been nominated for an incredible 27 ARIA Awards. On 28 September, they will release their long awaited eighth studio album ‘Wunderbar’ and audiences at THE RED HOT SUMMER TOUR will get to see the band in full flight!

With 13 albums, and over four decades in the game, The Angels are one of Australia’s greatest rock bands and come February, they promise to set Lower Hutt ablaze with tracks such as ‘Let The Night Roll On’ , ‘No Secrets’, and red hot crowd favourite ‘We’ve Got To Get Out Of This Place’ . Known for their killer live shows, The Angels will play a loud, hard and fast show at THE RED HOT SUMMER TOUR this February.

As one of Australia’s most revered guitarists, Diesel first burst onto the music scene as Johnny Diesel and The Injectors and instantly turned heads. When he went solo, he earned even more fans, both across the blues and rock scene and with hits like ‘Tip of My Tongue’, ‘Cry In Shame’, and ‘Come To Me’ plus many more. He is the musician’s musician – his performances are multifaceted, audiences are treated to great vocals while being mesmerised by his guitar solos. THE RED HOT SUMMER TOUR audience is certainly in for a treat.

This show will be the biggest rock show that Lower Hutt has ever seen, and tickets won’t last long. Get in quick to avoid red hot disappointment.


Presented by
Eccles Entertainment, Regional Touring, The Rock, and Hutt City Council

Begins: Monday 17 September (12pm NZST)

Tuesday 5 February
Hutt Recreation Ground | Lower Hutt, NZ

ticketmaster.co.nz | Ph: 0800 111 999

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