Hopgood Theatre performance – Sold Out
*Please note the change of time for the Northern Festival Centre performance. Support act Jodi Martin will kick the night off at 7:30pm followed by the Waifs at 8:10pm
The Waifs soared into 2017 celebrating their 25th Anniversary in style – releasing their eighth studio record Ironbark, completing a sold out national tour, gaining their first #1 album debut on the ARIA Charts and reminding fans that like a bottle of fine wine, they only get better with time.
The original road warriors, the Waifs have built a career out of continually circling Australia and the globe. From bustling cities to the farthest regional and coastal towns, they have spent the past 25 years reuniting with old friends and gathering new fans, thanks to their enchanting live shows and affable natures.
The Waifs have always had an affectionate, close relationship with fans in regional Australia. Late last year, during their 25th Anniversary Ironbark tour, they made a promise to return to those regional areas that missed out. It’s a promise they have kept; from Townsville to Frankston, Noarlunga to Warnambool, the Waifs have you covered.
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