By Jordan Kerry, Business Development Manager and Fiona Gulin, Head of Marketing

There’s nothing more Australian than hot sun, warm waves and COLD CHISEL – especially on the eve of Australia Day weekend. 

Classic songs like Khe Sanh, Flame Trees, Bow River, My Baby, Cheap Wine, Saturday Night and You Got Nothing I Want, have become the soundtrack to our summers. 

Since their legendary Last Stand way back in 1983, Cold Chisel has re-formed for just four national tours, but they almost always played indoors – and those gigs didn’t happen over the holidays. 

Now, for the first time ever, this legendary Australian band will be playing a series of very special outdoors shows in Australia and New Zealand during the summer of 2019/20. 

As part of this unique tour, Cold Chisel will do one of their biggest gigs ever at Bankwest Stadium on Friday 24 January. Not only will this be a rare occurrence for the band, it will be rare occurrence for VenuesLive as we have undertaken the role of the concert promotor for the first time ever.

Along with the new challenge of being a concert promotor it will deliver a whole different set of challenges for the Stadium, as this will be the very first concert to be held at Bankwest Stadium. 

The tour is called the Blood Moon Tour 2020 – named after a rare lunar eclipse where the sun, earth and moon briefly align before returning to their orbits. 

Fittingly the concert at Bankwest Stadium will boast a huge line-up of support acts that are as rare and memorable as a Blood Moon. Cold Chisel will be joined by the mighty Hoodoo Gurus, Birds of Tokyo and Busby Marou.