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    FOR A CHANCE TO WIN A VIP DOUBLE PASS, REGISTER FOR PRE-SALE HERE

     

    SCOOTER , the biggest techno band in the world and the group behind massive hits like ‘ The Logical

    Song ’ and ‘Nessaja ’, today announce a very special 25 th anniversary tour of Australia – 100% SCOOTER– 25 YEARS WILD & WICKED – to hit our shores this September/October. Already selling out stadiums and arenas across the world with their high-octane anniversary show , SCOOTER will return to Australia for the first time in over 10 years for a spectacular like no other and their most extravagant show ever to match the force and energy that is SCOOTER . Kicking off at The Forum in Melbourne on September 27 th , SCOOTER will then take 100% SCOOTER – 25 YEARS WILD & WICKED to Adelaide’s HQ on September 28 th , Sydney’s Roundhouse on September 29th , before closing out at Brisbane’s Eatons Hill Hotel on October 6th .

     

    Check out Scooter with Jimmy Fallon in 'How Much Is The Fish?' from last year and subsequent back and forth between the two.

     

    In their illustrious history, SCOOTER have spent more than 500 weeks in the singles charts and 300

    weeks in the album charts, selling over 30 million units along the way. More than 80 gold and platinum records from all over the world. With 23 top ten hits across the world, SCOOTER are undeniably the most successful German techno act of all time.

     

    Releasing a staggering 19 studio albums, including the recent 2017 release ‘ Scooter Forever ’ on Central Station Records , fans are guaranteed to be delivered hit after hit, including the worldwide sensation ‘ The Logical Song ’, ‘ How Much Is The Fish? ’, ‘ Nessaja ’alongside more recent singles ‘ BORA! BORA! BORA! ’

     

    At the heart of the celebrations, the 100% SCOOTER – 25 YEARS WILD & WICKED TOUR will be the biggest world tour SCOOTER have ever embarked on, taking them all the way around the globe and back again.

     

    Register HERE for pre-sale before 10pm, Sunday 24th June and you could WIN a VIP double pass in

    your nearest city! Special price tickets are strictly limited and available only through this exclusive

    pre-sale. GA on sale from 10am on 27th June. Don’t miss out!

     

    100% SCOOTER - WILD & WICKED: AUSTRALIAN TOUR

    Register for pre-sale: https://scooterau.lnk.to/25YearsPre

     

    Thursday 27th September – Melbourne – Forum

    Friday 28th September – Adelaide- HQ

    Saturday 29th September – Sydney – Roundhouse

    Sat 6th October – Brisbane – Eatons Hill Hotel

     

    Edited by Nordic-By-Nature




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