Get ready to get festive! Red Hot Summer Tour Christmas Bash is coming to Eatons Hill Hotel for a Christmas party like no other, with James Reyne, Baby Animals, Chocolate Starfish, the Poor and more on the bill.
Red Hot Summer Tour Christmas Bash is on December 19 and will be one of Queensland’s first outdoor festivals coming out of COVID-19, that allows dancing, and the Eatons Hill Hotel outdoor venue is the perfect space to enjoy a day in the sun filled with music and good times.
Headliner James Reyne’s career spans more than five decades, selling more than two million albums and recording Aussie classics that still resonate today.
His songs have provided the soundtrack to endless Australian summers, including The Boys Light Up, Reckless, Beautiful People, Lakeside, Daughters of the Northern Coast, Fall of Rome, Hammerhead, Motor’s Too Fast and Slave.
Reyne was with Australian Crawl for seven years, releasing four studio albums in five frenetic years in the ‘80s. He’s been a solo artist for the past 28 years, releasing eight studio albums, plus two acoustic collections, a covers album and two live albums.
Baby Animals burst onto the Australian rock scene in 1991, where they released their debut album Baby Animals with powerhouse female lead singer Suze DeMarchi.
Their first album debuted at No.6 on the ARIA Albums Charts, then in the following February-March their album spent six weeks at No.1 with a total of 46 weeks in the top 50. It was certified four times platinum by ARIA and remained the highest-selling debut Australian rock album for twelve years
Performing for the first time at Eatons Hill Hotel, Baby Animals will be bringing their hard rock attitude to the stage and as usual, leave the crowd begging for one more song.
Powering on to the Australian music scene in the early 1990s, Chocolate Starfish quickly established themselves as an influential force with their cover of Carly Simon’s You’re So Vain, original hit Mountain and perennial favourite Four Letter Word.
The band has earned their reputation as one of Australia’s best live bands of the 90s, with two Top 10 albums and six Top 50 singles.
Hailing from Darwin, The Poor are an Australian hard rock band who, when formed in 1986, never imagined the extent of their success.
After their song More Wine Waiter Please peaked at No.30 on the US charts and No.10 on the ARIA Singles Chart, The Poor then went on to produce three heavy rock albums, which enabled them to tour around Europe and Japan.
Tickets are on sale now for $79.90 via Ticketmaster. Tickets are only available through authorised ticket outlets listed. Patrons are advised not to purchase tickets from Viagogo or other Third Party Sellers, as fraudulent tickets will not be honoured.
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