October 17, 2024

Thursday Oct 17 - Brisbane - The Tivoli
Friday Oct 18 - Tweed Heads – Twin Towns
Saturday Oct 19 - Sydney – Enmore Theatre
Sunday Oct 20 - Wollongong - Anitas Theatre
Tuesday Oct 22 - Perth - Astor Theatre
Thursday Oct 24 - Adelaide - The Gov
Saturday Oct 26 - Melbourne - Palais Theatre

Kim Wilde Greatest Hits Tour!

 KIM WILDE’S GREATEST HITS TOUR!

Since the 1980’s UK pop icon KIM WILDE has thrilled fans across the globe with her infectious hits and engaging live performances. WILDE makes her long-awaited return to Australian shores with her first tour in eight years and will deliver a nostalgic and memorable Greatest Hits package.

Mention KIM WILDE and people’s eyes light up. The blonde singer with the siren voice and girl-next-door appeal is one of pop music’s most dazzling stars. The French consider her the “Brigitte Bardot of Rock”; German fans still revere her as the sexiest glamour girl to come out of the 80s and in Australia she has always been very close to our hearts having charted three number-one mega-hits – ‘Kids In America’, ‘You Keep Me Hangin’ On’ and ‘If I Can’t Have You’ as well as another 6 Top 40 hits including ‘Cambodia’, ‘You Came’, ‘View From A Bridge’, and ‘Chequered Love’.

To put her amazing career in perspective she has sold over 30 Million records globally and is the most successful British female artist of the 80’s! WILDE has exhibited a great deal of versatility as the only person in history to obtain a #1 U.S. charting single and a Gold Medal at the Chelsea Flower Show.

The Australian tour marks yet another significant milestone in WILDE’s long and distinguished career and highlights her enduring popularity and influence in the pop music world. Australia fell deeply in love with WILDE in the 80’s and it’s a love affair that has never ended!

 

DATES:

Thursday Oct 17 Brisbane – The Tivoli

Friday Oct 18 Tweed Heads – Twin Towns

Saturday Oct 19 Sydney – Enmore Theatre

Sunday Oct 20 Wollongong – Anitas Theatre

Tuesday Oct 22 Perth – Astor Theatre

Thursday Oct 24 Adelaide – The Gov

Saturday Oct 26 Melbourne – Palais Theatre