Spectacular rock music concert series Under The Southern Stars is thrilled to finally be taking place in March 2022, with rock royalty Cheap Trick, Bush, Stone Temple Pilots and more rocking Australian stages.
The wait is finally over for Under The Southern Stars (UTSS) fans and ticketholders, with the promoters announcing the next lot of dates following the event’s postponement during COVID. Best news? Gold Coast gets its own epic show at Southport Sharks on 26 March next year.
As well as the legendary headliners Cheap Trick, Bush and Stone Temple Pilots, the lineup will also feature Aussie rockers Rose Tattoo and icons Electric Mary. Plus recently added to the lineup for 2022 are the painfully cool Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. Rock. On.
The announcement of the complete tour dates and venues has been met with major approval from fans all over the country who have been incredibly loyal as they patiently waited for the series to be rescheduled.
Promoter Andrew McManus comments:
‘‘To say we’re excited by finally being able to announce Black Rebel Motorcycle Club as a new addition and FOURTH high profile international rock band joining our already stellar line-up is an understatement!
“UTSS2022 will, without a doubt, rock audiences to the core and give them what they’ve all craved since March 2020 – a lineup that features the bands and the music they love – both Australian and International artists up in front of them in the flesh and playing their hits, live…it has been way too long!”
All previously purchased tickets are valid for 2022. See website for details, and if you’re buying your ticket for the first time, they’re on sale now at underthesouthernstars.com.au. Under The Southern Stars hits Southport Sharks on 26 March, 2022.