Original Wiggles 2022 Australia 18+ Tour

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The legendary original Wiggles – Anthony Field, Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt and Greg Page – are reuniting for a national over-18s tour.

Yep – an arena tour of Wiggles shows you can only attend if you’re of age. What a time to be alive. It makes sense after all – we’re in an era of nostalgia and it is real for The Wiggles.

“All of those children who loved The Wiggles in the ‘90s are now adults who love the nostalgia and fun from that time in their lives,” OG Purple Wiggle Jeff Fatt says. “This night is for the grown-ups and is a chance to bring back some of that genuine, high-spirited liveliness again. We can’t wait to relive those childhood memories and dance the night away to some of the favourite old-school tunes.”

Joining the guys will of course be all those familiar characters such as Captain Feathersword, Dorothy The Dinosaur, Wags The Dog and Henry The Octopus. . . But the night’s music will also extend beyond all the throwback fun of ‘Hot Potato’ and ‘Fruit Salad’.

Each of the over-18 shows will feature its own wild support act, each a much-loved Australian music artist. Audiences can expect to see Polish Club, DZ Deathrays, and more.

“It will be The Wiggles as you remember and love them, but we’ll all have a bit more grey hair. . . And there’s a bar. We’ll be playing all your favourite songs, and put on a show you won’t forget,” OG Red Wiggle Murray Cook promises.

“Looking forward to getting back on stage with the OG Wiggles – we always have a great time together, and can’t wait to see the 'kids' reliving their childhood,” OG Yellow Wiggle Greg Page adds. “I may have to pull back a bit on the dancing this time around though!”. . . In early 2020, Greg suffered a cardiac arrest after a bushfire relief concert in Sydney.

Tickets for the tour go on sale 22 October.

The Wiggles 2022 18+ Tour Dates

12 February – Darwin Entertainment Centre
19 February – Derwent Entertainment Centre (Hobart)
12 March – Rod Laver Arena (Melbourne)
9 April – RAC Arena (Perth)
23 April – Qudos Bank Arena (Sydney)
30 April – Brisbane Entertainment Centre
7 May – Adelaide Entertainment Centre



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