Recommended Aussie Band:Tamerlan Empire | Sydney Symphonic Black Metal | Listen

News : Extreme and Mr. Big touring Australia for the first time this June

By on March 6, 2018

There have been some pretty big co-headling tours hit Australia in the last decade, but probably not as big as this one. No pun intended. For the first time ever glam rock, now hard rock legends Extreme will be touring Australia with seminal rock outfit, Mr. Big this June.

Both bands will be hitting all major cities, including; Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Adelaide and Brisbane. This will be a once in a lifetime opportunity, don’t miss out!

Tickets on sale 10 am local time Wednesday, 7th March via Zaccaria Concerts & Touring.

Friday, 1st June
Eatons Hill Hotel, Brisbane

Sunday, 2nd June
Enmore Theatre, Sydney

Wednesday, 6th June
Forum Theatre, Melbourne

Thursday, 7th June
Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide

Friday, 8th June
Metro City, Perth

Click here to secure your tickets.

A stellar double header that has two legendary guitar virtuosos between them, is heading to our shores in June 2018. Grammy-nominated Extreme, one of the most successful rock acts of the late 80s & 90s, and hard rock’s original supergroup Mr. Big will be touring capital cities mid-year to showcase their exceptional musical prowess.

Formed in 1985, Extreme became one of the most prosperous bands of the early 90’s when the biggest hit of their career, “More Than Words”, rocketed to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1991.

Formed back in 1988, Mr Big forged its place in rock history combining trademark “shredding” musicianship with awesome vocal harmonies. The well-respected group stood out from the rest due in part to their skilfull musicianship and produced numerous hit songs the chart-topping ballad “To Be With You”

Get ready to quench your rock thirst – this tour is a must-see event for music enthusiasts!


Anwar is the editor-in-chief of Metal When Anwar isn't busy promoting tours, interviewing bands and reviewing awesome music, he loves to collect metal vinyl and play video games. Follow Metal Obsession on Twitter and Facebook