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Apia Good Times returns in its eighth year this May and June with its biggest lineup yet

Thursday 13 February 2020

Apia Good Times returns in its eighth year this May and June with its biggest lineup yet

Famed concert series Apia Good Times returns in its eighth year, with eight of our all-time favourite Oz music megastars in tow.

The tour launches in May at Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre, then will make its way to Perth Concert Hall, Adelaide's Thebarton Theatre, Geelong's Costa Hall, Melbourne's Palais Theatre and Bendigo's Ulumbarra Theatre. Come June, it will hit venues including Launceston's Princess Theatre, Hobart's Wrest Point Entertainment Centre, Wollongong's Anita's Theatre, Civic Theatre Newcastle, Sydney's Enmore Theatre, Canberra Theatre Centre, Toowoomba's Empire Theatres and Princess Theatre, Wrest Point Entertainment Centre, Anita's Theatre, Civic Theatre Newcastle, Enmore Theatre, Canberra Theatre Centre, Empire Theatres, QPAC's Concert Hall in Brisbane.

With a legendary lineup composed of Brian Cadd, Deborah Conway, Joe Camilleri, John Paul Young, Kate Ceberano, Leo Sayer, Vika & Linda Bull and Wendy Matthews, expect a huge array of hits to singalong with including 'Ginger Man', 'A Little Ray of Sunshine', 'Man Overboard', 'It's Only The Beginning', 'Harley & Rose', 'Chained to the Wheel', 'I Hate the Music', 'Love Is In The Air', 'Bedroom Eyes', 'Pash', 'You Make Me Feel Like Dancing', 'Thunder In My Heart', 'Never Let Me Go', 'The Day You Went Away' and 'Let's Kiss' to name a few.

"Yes it was nostalgic, but it's fair to say the room was humming for nearly three hours." - Newcastle Herald

"Every single Apia Good Times tour has been a musical document sourced directly from the Great Australian Songbook." - Noise 11

Book your tickets and prepare for rollicking good times with Apia Good Times Tour 2020!

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