Karma Chameleon’s rejoice as iconic ‘80s pop group Culture Club announce they’re touring with the Eurogliders and Tom Bailey of the Thomspon Twins.
The group are riding high on a new wave of popularity as Boy George appeals to new fans as a judge on The Voice.
George and original bandmates Ron Hay, Jon Moss and Mikey Craig will play WIN Entertainment Centre on December 5. They’ll be bringing extra percussionists, keyboard players, backing singers and a horn section for maximum impact.
The foursome scored three top 10 US hits from their debut album, Kissing to Be Clever, and became the first group to hit that milestone since The Beatles
Their second album Colour By Numbers sold more than 10 million copies. It sits at number 96 on Rolling Stone’s 100 Best Albums of the 1980s.
This tour also marks the first live performance in 27 years for Tom Bailey who will bring to life hits like “Hold Me Now” and “Love On Your Side”.
While Grace Knight has reunited with guitarist Bernie Lynch and the rest of the Eurogliders to perform nostalgic hits like “Heaven (Must Be There)” and “We Will Together”.
Culture Club play the WIN Entertainment Centre, Tuesday December 5. Tickets on sale July 10 via: www.ticketmaster.com.au