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The delightful Madness are coming!

Madness CAN'T STOP US

It’s time to put on your baggy trousers because British ska legends Madness are coming to town.

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Anyone who has seen Madness perform their hits like Our House, Baggy Trousers, House of Fun, Driving in My Car and their take on Labi Siffre’s It Must Be Love, will be able to testify that this is one of the most fun bands on the planet and their live shows are a party. 

The band our touring with their fresh new album Can’t Touch Us Now which is twelfth of their career which kicked off in 1979.

The band have just announced three Australian shows alongside their appearance at Bluesfest in Byron Bay.

April 10, Fremantle, Fremantle Arts Centre
April 13, Melbourne, Festival Hall
April 15, Sydney, Hordern Pavilion
April 16, Byron Bay, Bluesfest

Tickets on sale 12pm Wednesday February 15.

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