Cold Chisel Hunter Valley 2020
Its going to be big!
Cold Chisel will play in the Hunter Valley for what frontman Jimmy Barnes has suggested may be their last time:
“You’ve got to think about it – we’ve toured four times, really, together since 1983. I couldn’t see us getting around to doing this again,” the 63-year-old said during the launch of their coming summer tour, Blood Moon.
“It’s going to be big. If we had a roof we’d tear it off,” said Barnes.
Four-fifths of the band – Barnes, Don Walker, Ian Moss and Phil Small, minus absent drummer Charley Drayton – clad in black leather jackets fronted to talk up what will be their “first ever outdoor summer tour”.
The band will play their classic songs such as Khe Sanh, Flame Trees, Bow River, My Baby, Cheap Wine, Saturday Night and You Got Nothing I Want which have become the soundtrack to Australian summers.
For the first time ever, this legendary Australian band will be playing 14 very special outdoor shows in Australia and New Zealand during summer. Between New Year’s Eve and the second weekend of February, they’ll do gigs on the beach, gigs by the river and gigs in the bush.
The tour has been called the Blood Moon Tour 2020 – named after a rare lunar eclipse where the sun, earth and moon all briefly align before returning to their own orbits.
Hope Estate Special Guests: Birds of Tokyo & Busby Marou
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Sat 18 Jan 2020 Hope Estate Winery, Hunter Valley, NSW
Tickets on sale through Ticketek Oct 21