Bust out the spandex, acid wash denim and hairspray, and to hell with the effect on the ozone layer. Following our news a month ago about the line up leaking, the cat is finally out of the bag and the mega 80s/90s tour of Def Leppard, Heart and The Choirboys is set to hit Aussie shores this October.

Can you believe it’s Heart’s first ever tour of Australia? Showing that women rock just as hard as anyone else, not only did the Wilson sisters (Ann and younger sister Nancy) lead the band, they wrote the songs and played the instruments too, making them the first women in rock to do so. Their swagful of hits include Magic Man, All I Wanna Do Is Make Love To You, These Dreams, Barracuda and they have even recorded a cover of John Farnham’s You’re The Voice.

Starting out in Sheffield in the UK in 1977, Def Leppard have sold over 65 million records worldwide. Despite the loss of drummer Rick Allen’s right arm in 1984 and the death of founding guitarist Steve Clark in 1991, the band were unstoppable, with albums Hysteria and Adrenalize topping the charts worldwide and seeing the band strutting their stuff in stadiums across the globe. Meanwhile, The Choirboys have been kicking along for 30 years now and we defy you to not have sung along to hits like ‘Run To Paradise’ or ‘Boys Will Be Boys’ after a few drinks!

Tix are on sale Monday July 18th.

Saturday 15 October                  Perth, NIB Stadium, www.ticketmaster.com.au                  136 100

Tuesday 18 October                  Adelaide, Adelaide Entertainment Centre www.ticketek.com.au 132 849

Thursday 20 October                  Sydney, Sydney Entertainment Centre                  www.ticketmaster.com.au136 100

Saturday 22 October                  Melbourne, Rod Laver Arena                  www.ticketek.com.au                  132 849

Tuesday 25 October                  Canberra, AIS Arena                  www.ticketek.com.au                  132 849

Thursday 27 October                   Brisbane, Brisbane Entertainment Centre www.ticketek.com.au 132 849

Saturday 29 October                  Newcastle, Newcastle Entertainment Centre www.ticketek.com.au132 849