WSFM101.7‘s Pure Gold Live featuring twenty of the biggest acts of the 70s, 80s and 90s will return for one night only.
It will be held at what’s been touted as Sydney’s “new home of entertainment,” ICC Sydney Theatre in Darling Harbour on Friday, 23 December 2016.
Following massive, sold-out shows in 2014 and 2015, Pure Gold Live returns to Sydney for an early Christmas present and to help unwrap the city’s new Darling Harbour entertainment precinct with a massive line up of some of the biggest 70s, 80s and 90s Australian chart toppers!
The legendary line up of Pure Gold Live 2016 include:
Ross Wilson | Dragon | Glenn Shorrock | 1927 | Pseudo Echo
Steve Kilbey (The Church) | Kids in the Kitchen | Chocolate Starfish
Thirsty Merc | The Radiators | Eurogliders | John Paul Young
Shane Howard (Goanna) | Wendy Matthews | The Chantoozies
Rose Tattoo | Mi-Sex | Dynamic Hepnotics | Swanee | Real Life
This year Pure Gold Live will be hosted by WS FM101.7’s Drive presenter Jason Staveley who can’t wait to put the Sydney Theatre through its paces with a night like no other.
“Every year PURE GOLD LIVE gets bigger and better and this year is no exception! It’s going to be a huge show packed with all those bands that we loved in the 70s, 80s and 90s, each playing their most loved hits. You’ll be moving to every song, singing every word, as it’s played by the original stars – it’s such a unique opportunity that shouldn’t be missed. I can’t think of a better way to get ready for the festive season,” he said.
The first event was staged at Sydney’s iconic, Hordern Pavilion, in 2014. Since that sold-out launch event, 21 branded concerts have been staged up and down the East Coast bringing a star studded array of Aussie music legends to over 40,000 happy music fans.
Fast forward two years and 2016 PUre Gold Live will be the biggest yet with 20 of our best and most well loved artists taking the stage for over 3 hours of hits from the 70s, 80s and 90s.
Tickets go on sale on Monday, 22 August at 9.00am and are expected to sell fast so don’t miss your opportunity to see this once-in-a-lifetime Aussie music feast.