Boom Crash Opera is set to hit the Hunter this June.
The iconic Australian pop rock band formed in Melbourne in 1985, is expected to relive some of the hits that made it one of the country’s most loved bands in the ’80s and ’90s.
The Kick It Out Live 2021 tour will see them perform hits, gems and rarities in both electric and acoustic mode across a string of venues around the country.
Lead vocalist Dale Ryder has reunited with the band, gracing the stages of Red Hot Summer and other festivals, thrilling fans with their iconic tracks Onion Skin, Dancing In the Storm, Get Out of the House and Best Thing along with other favourites lifted from their five studio albums.
On this tour, Dale, Peter ‘Maz’ Maslen (Drums/Vocals), Peter Farnan (Guitar/Vocals) and John Favaro (Bass/Vocals) are making plans to delve deep into the annals of their back catalogue and more to work up obscurities and deep album cuts for the fans.
With five original studio albums to choose from, ‘Boom Crash Opera’ (1987), ‘These Here Are Crazy Times’ (1989), ‘Fabulous Beast’ (1993), ‘Born’ (1995) and ‘Gizmo Mantra’ (1997), as well as their acclaimed acoustic album ‘Dancing In the Storm’ (2009) audiences “are in for a treat”, Peter Farnan said.
Promoters of the one-off event are assuring fans that Boom Crash Opera has never been in finer form.
The band will be performing at the Mezz Bar in Wallsend on Friday 11 June.
For ticketing and venue information go to www.boomcrashopera.com