Jon Stevens

THE NOISEWORKS AND INXS COLLECTION TOUR 2021

After a sell-out tour in 2019, Jon is back tributing the legendary bands that catapulted him into Aussie Rock Royalty!

Jon Stevens
When
Sunday 5 September
Time
7:30pm
Where
Theatre
Price
All Tickets $59.90
Bookings
Currently off sale
Phone: (02) 6043 5610
Age Limits or Advice
15+

Accessibility

  • Assistive Hearing
  • Companion Card

In 2018 a co-founding member of INXS, Andrew Farriss surprised Jon by entering the band room after not seeing each other in 15 years to say, “That was an awesome gig Jon, but you really need to do more INXS songs”.

Jon was on The Best of Jon Stevens Tour reflecting on his 40-year career, performing songs from Noiseworks, Jesus Christ Superstar, The Dead Daisies and his solo collection with just a couple of INXS classics. This reunion with his old friend with whom he’d shared the stage with around the world fronting INXS from 2000-2005 formed the idea for his new tour Jon Stevens | The Noiseworks and INXS Collection Tour.

The Tour brings hits Take Me Back, New Sensation, Touch, Don't Change, Hot Chilli Woman, Never Tear Us Apart, No Lies and more.

This show is an assault of the senses, with nothing but relentless hits! A visceral charge of emotion that will transport you back to 1987 and beyond including the INXS songs that were such a huge part of the soundtrack of our lives.

Miss it and you’re MAD!!

Supporting Jon Stevens; Darlinghurst

Darlinghurst have performed all over the country; from the Gympie Music Muster to the Deni Ute Muster; from Gold Coast’s Groundwater Country Music Festival to Broome’s Rhythm & Ride Festival; and also supported a wide variety of established artists including The Wolfe Brothers, Shannon Noll and Thirsty Merc.

Whatever and wherever they perform, Darlinghurst are quickly establishing themselves as a must-see act in Australian country music, having previously had three top five singles on TMN Country chart, including #1 for seven weeks. Their new, and fourth single “Gotta Go Radio” has slammed into the charts at #3 on the third week in, as well as a debut of #80 and counting on the Nashville based Front Row Country Music chart.

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