Britannia Ruled the airwaves in 1964. In the front ranks, marching in formation behind the Beatles were The Animals who became the second British band to top the American charts after The Beatles.
Now South Australians are set to get a taste of their music magic, with the announcement that international artists performing on The Gov’s stage again, looks to become a reality.
The Animals have locked in an Adelaide gig date, in late October 2021, featuring original members John Steel and Mickey Gallagher alongside Danny Handley and Bobby Ruiz.
Music fans can expect a fantastic concert featuring of the best of The Animals.
The Animals remain a seminal rhythm & blues band who still command great respect internationally amongst their peers as well as from fans of all ages who instinctively respond so enthusiastically to such pivotal songs from The Animals catalogue such as ‘We Gotta Get Out Of This Place’, ‘Boom Boom’, ‘Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood’, ‘Baby, Let Me Take You Home’, ‘I Put A Spell On You’ and the bands’ multi-million selling anthem and Number One worldwide hit – ‘House of The Rising Sun’
After 50 years, the legend still grows…
“The band that shook the world back in 1964 have re-invented themselves… quality and distinct sound that was, and still is, The Animals”
The Animals had an incredible 9 top 50 hits in Australia –
The House Of The Rising Sun #2, I’m Crying #40, Boom Boom #39, Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood #29, Bring It On Home To Me #42, We’ve Gotta Get Out Of This Place #49, It’s My Life #10, Inside Looking Out #20, Don’t Bring Me Down #20
The Gov | Friday 29 October
Tickets: $68 + Booking Fee
On Sale Friday 22 January 2021 @ 10am
Doors open @ 7:30 pm
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