Love him or hate him, he is coming to semi-regional town near you!
Australia's comedy icon Kevin Bloody Wilson will be touring New South Wales and Victoria with his latest show 'F.U.P.C' this May.
Prepare yourselves for an extravaganza of certified 'fair dinkum funny' takes on todays society with, as per usual, nothing held back.
The Aussie larrikin's direct approach is a breath of fresh air in the Australian comedy scene in comparison to his peers who often take to the stage like they are walking on eggshells.
Kevin Bloody Wilson embodies Australian humour, observational, ruthless and perhaps not always 'office appropriate'.
In addition to his new stuff, Kevs' got a semi-trailer full of tried and true material so there is plenty for the audience to look forward to, like 'D.I.L.L.I.G.A.F', 'Dick’taphone', 'I Knew the Bride (When She Used To Be A Mole)' and 'Living Next Door To Alan'.
Kevin first ventured into comedy when he recorded songs on a cassette tape for his mates about his experiences working in the Kalgoorlie mines in Western Australia. In the early 1980s he put together a tape called 'Your Average Australian Yobbo' and started selling it – sales went into the tens of thousands before it was transferred to LP, where it sold even more. It was just the start of his career and he has never looked back.
Thirty years on and Kev's still an entertainment industry legend. Having nearly four million record sales, a nomination for Australian Of The Year and no longer getting arrested for performing his politically incorrect songs in public, he has earned the reputation of one of our country's greatest living treasures.
Kevin Bloody Wilson Tour Dates
14 May – Bendigo Stadium (VIC) 15 May – Ararat Preforming Arts Centre (VIC) 16 May – Colac RSL (VIC) 17 May – Warrnambool Greyhound Racing Club (VIC) 18 May – The Sphinx Hotel (VIC) 20 May – Mercure Hotel (VIC) 21 May – Seymour Club (VIC) 22 May – Rex Theatre (VIC) 23 May – Coomealla Memorial Sporting Club (NSW) 24 May – Horsham Golf Club (VIC) 25 May – Kilmore Trackside (VIC) 26 May – Maryborough Highland Society (VIC)