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APIA Good Times Tour

The annual Apia Good Times Tour returns for its fifth consecutive year with another formidable line-up of Australian music legends including The Black Sorrows with Vika and Linda Bull, Colin Hay (Men at Work), Mental as Anything and Deborah Conway. Each artist performs a solo set of their hits, before joining in a collective finale with all four musicians onstage. 

By Chelsea Heaney.

The Black Sorrows are one of Australia’s most enduring touring bands, with front man Joe Camilleri steering the group through a diverse line-up of blues and soul, with flashes of country.
For 30 years Vika and Linda Bull have held their place as two of the most distinctive and versatile vocalists on the Australian music landscape. 

Colin Hay is familiar to millions of music lovers as frontman and songwriter of pop sensation Men at Work. Over the past 15 years, Hay has reinvented himself as a solo artist and is returning to Australia exclusively for this tour. 

After nearly 40 years of recording and non-stop touring Mental As Anything is still going strong. The Mentals started off as students who put a band together in Sydney in the mid 1970s and have since had 25 Top 40 hits in Australia.

Deborah Conway has been a significant contributor to Australian music for over 30 years. Her first solo album achieved platinum sales and earned her an ARIA Award. Conway will be joined onstage by long-time collaborator Willy Zygier.

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