Human Nature have been living it up in Las Vegas but they’re finally returning home for an Australian tour early next year.
The four-piece band will play 10 dates across the country starting next February as part of their The Ultimate Jukebox Tour which is being billed as their biggest national tour to date.
They’ll be playing tracks from their Jukebox record as well as all their hits, both originals and covers. They have also hit fans with some more news, announcing that Gimme Some Lovin’: Jukebox Vol II will be out Friday, 22nd July.
The second instalment of the Jukebox series will feature covers of songs like Be My Baby, Why Do Fools Falls In Love and You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin.
Some fans will have a chance to preview the tour next week when the band play a one-off, sold out show at Sydney’s The Star ahead of the album release. If you missed out though, it won’t be long before they’re back on our shores with a brand new show.
“We’re incredibly excited to be creating a brand new two hour show specifically for our Australian fans,” Andrew Tierney of the band said about the 2017 tour.
This show is bigger, bolder and jammed with all the songs that have defined & made Human Nature who we are as performers – singing live and entertaining our home country gives us the greatest satisfaction.”
The four guys will bring with them a seven-piece band and dancers for the show. It’s their twelfth headline tour in Australia having been together for 26 years.
Tickets go on sale Friday, 22nd July at midday. Check out all the details below.
Watch: Human Nature – Be My Baby
Human Nature The Ultimate Jukebox Tour 2017
Thursday, 2nd February
Geelong Arena, Geelong
Friday, 3rd February
Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne
Sunday, 5th February
Derwent Entertainment Centre, Hobart
Tuesday, 7th February
Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide
Friday, 10th February
AIS Arena, Canberra
Saturday, 11th February
ICC Sydney Theatre, Sydney
Monday, 13th February
Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Brisbane
Wednesday, 15th February
Newcastle Entertainment Centre, Newcastle
Thursday, 16th February
Jupiters Theatre, Gold Coast
Saturday, 18th February
Perth Arena, Perth