ATTENTION ALL BARBIE GIRLS
All your ’90s dreams just came true.
We’re talkin’ Nine Inch Nails, Blink-182, Marilyn Manson. Oh, and Cher.
Danish-Norwegian group Aqua cancelled last night’s performance at Adelaide’s HQ Complex 30 minutes before they were due to take the stage, due to illness. The Eurodance group, who rose to fame with their 1997 single Barbie Girl, have apologised to fans via social media, revealing that it was a last minute decision to cancel the
Calling all Doctors Jones or otherwise – wake up now! Danish pop sensations Aqua have announced they will return to Australia this October for a greatest hits tour. The ’90s pop wonders will be hitting up venues in Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne, and Fremantle for the first time since their acclaimed 2012 tour, when they
When it was announced a few months back that the band behind that annoying yet widely popular song Barbie Girl would be touring down under, I think we were all surprised. However, fast forward to last night and fans (mainly women) are lined up down the main street of West End for the first of
They’re referred to by many as that Barbie Girl band – and Aqua are proud of it.
Since it was announced in January, tickets to the upcoming Aqua Australian Tour have been selling like crazy all across the country. Such is the demand from Australian fans that a third show has now been announced in Melbourne on the 21st of March, a second show for Brisbane on the 7th of March, and
Aqua have announced a run of new shows after selling out their Sydney and Melbourne shows. The new shows will be on the 13th March in Melbourne at the Palace, and 17th March in Sydney at the HiFi. Feeling a little bit nostalgic? Missing the 90s a little too much? Well in that case, get
90’s Danish pop sensations Aqua are set to literally Turn Back Time when they tour Australia in March. Following hot on the heels of fellow re-formed Europop stars The Vengaboys – who begin their Australian tour next week – the band will play six shows including dates in Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and