Live – World Reunion Tour

Who says lightning can't crash on the same place twice? 'Lightning Crashes' singers and one of the world's best alternative and post-grunge rock bands, Live, are bringing their world tour to Australia, marking their return to our shores in over a decade. Joined by their platinum-selling contemporaries Lifehouse and The Calling, the Australian leg will see the reunited original members play outdoor shows in Hunter Valley, Brisbane and Melbourne this November.

Ed Kowalczyk (vocals, guitar), Chad Gracey (drums, percussion), Chad Taylor (guitar, backing vocals) and Patrick Dahlheimer (bass) comprise the Pennsylvanian rock band. Forming in the early 1980s, the band basked in mainstream success upon the release of their second album 'Throwing Copper' in 1994. A Billboard number one, the album spawned the smash modern rock hits 'Selling The Drama' and 'Lightning Crashes'.

In 2009, the band opted to take a hiatus to venture into some other creative projects. Sadly, what was supposed to be a two-year break went on to become a tumultous split—even leading to legal battles and petty fights. And after all has been said and done, they finally came back together last year and are now set to whip stages with their reunion world tour.

With Live plus Lifehouse and The Calling in tow, we've got all the reasons to call this a rock festival. Check all the dates below and be in for a triple treat from these rock powerhouses!


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