A group of brothers from Sydney are set to headline a new tour of Australia.
Red Band, the band that formed in the 1960s, will play three shows in Sydney on Saturday (March 5), followed by a three-night Australian tour on March 12-14.
The Red Band brothers, who formed in Australia’s outer south, are one of the country’s most famous and celebrated acts.
Their “Dirty” series, which features collaborations with hip hop stars and artists, is one of hip hop’s most critically acclaimed acts.
The Dirty Dozen tour will also include a performance at the Sydney Opera House.
Tickets for the Sydney tour will go on sale to the general public on Monday (March 10).
Tickets will go up for sale on Wednesday (March 12) at 9am AEDT and will sell out before the tour even starts.
Tickets will also go up to $2,200 for the Australian tour, which will feature two nights in Sydney.
Tickets go on offer for the US tour, where Red Band will headline two nights at the Madison Square Garden in New York City on March 23 and 25.
Tickets can also be purchased for the European tour, to be held at the O2 Arena in London on March 29.
Tickets are also available for the world tour, the first one being the European leg of Red Band’s “Dirt” tour.