Celebrated Australian outfit Hunters & Collectors have announced their first run of live shows in almost 16 years, confirming a swag of ‘Day On The Green’ dates for early next year, followed by two very special theatre shows in Sydney and Melbourne.
Armed with their catalogue of classic singles including ‘When The River Runs Dry’, ‘Do You See What I See’, ‘Throw Your Arms Around Me’, ‘Say Goodbye’ and the inimitable ‘Holy Grail’, the band will kick things off with a show at Geelong’s The Hill Winery in Victoria before shuttling through five other states including Tasmania.
Something For Kate and British India will play the support role on all shows, with Diesel locked on for the Armidale, Mudgee and Perth dates and You Am I along for the ride in Geelong, Hunter Valley, Mount Cotton, Rutherglen, McLaren Vale and the Yarra Valley. The Panics will play support at the two theatre gigs.
Tickets for all shows are on sale to the general public from 9am on Friday October 11.
January 25 : Geelong (The Hill Winery) * ADOTG
February 01 : Hunter Valley (Bimbadgen Wines) * ADOTG
February 02 : Mount Cotton (Sirromet Wines) * ADOTG
February 08 : Rutherglen (All Saints Estate) * ADOTG
February 22 : McLaren Vale (Leconfield Wines) * ADOTG
March 01 : Armidale (Petersons Winery) * ADOTG
March 08 : Mudgee (Robert Oatley Vineyards) * ADOTG
March 15 : Launceston (Josef Chromy Wines) * ADOTG
March 22 : Yarra Valley (Rochford Wines) * ADOTG
March 29 : Perth (Kings Park & Botanical Gardens) * ADOTG
April 04 : Sydney (Enmore Theatre)
April 11 : Melbourne (Palais Theatre)