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Comedy Trio Sooshi Mango Announce 2024 Australian Tour

The famous Aussie comedy trio Sooshi Mango is set to kick off their brand-new tour, “Home Made,” presented by Muscle Nation. After a successful international tour and a sold-out run in Australia in 2022, where they even broke records at Rod Laver, the trio is ready to bring laughter to fans across 25 cities with this massive tour from August to November.

The comedy trio Sooshi Mango comprises brothers Joe Salanitri, Carlo Salanitri, and their friend Andrew Manfre, they are known for their hilarious skits and characters inspired by their Italian heritage.

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The Sooshi Mango’s “Home Made” tour will be filled with new material and they’ll be hitting 25 cities including big and small ones, bringing their unique brand of comedy to audiences nationwide.

Carlo Salinitri expressed his excitement via press release, promising their biggest and best show yet. “Australia we are back, and we are bringing you all our biggest and best show yet! Our Nonna would be proud! Get ready, it’s coming.”

Andrew Manfre also said “It’s been great to tour internationally but it’s always super special launching a brand-new show in our homeland, Australia. This is some of our best work yet!”

Sooshi Mango Australian Tour 2024

  • Saturday, 3rd August: Gippsland Performing Arts Centre, Traralgon
  • Saturday, 10th August: Mildura Arts Centre, Mildura
  • Friday, 16th August: Civic Theatre, Wagga Wagga
  • Tuesday, 20th August: Theatre North at The Princess, Launceston
  • Wednesday, 21st August: Theatre Royal, Hobart
  • Saturday, 24th August: Civic Theatre, Newcastle
  • Wednesday, 28th August: Pilbeam Theatre, Rockhampton
  • Friday, 30th August: Townsville Entertainment Centre, Townsville
  • Saturday, 31st August: Cairns Convention Centre, Cairns
  • Friday, 6th September: Lighthouse Theatre, Warrnambool
  • Saturday, 7th September: Civic Hall, Ballarat
  • Monday, 9th September: Ulumbarra Theatre, Bendigo
  • Saturday, 14th September: Costa Hall, Geelong
  • Wednesday, 18th September: Albury Entertainment Centre, Albury
  • Saturday, 21st September: Griffith Regional Theatre, Griffith
  • Tuesday, 24th September: Riverlinks Eastbank, Shepparton
  • Sunday, 29th September: WIN Entertainment Centre, Wollongong
  • Wednesday, 2nd October: Venue TBC, Canberra
  • Saturday, 5th October: Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney
  • Thursday, 10th October: The Star Gold Coast
  • Saturday, 12th October: Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane
  • Saturday, 19th October: Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
  • Saturday, 26th October: Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide
  • Friday, 1st November: Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre, Bunbury
  • Saturday, 2nd November: RAC Arena, Perth

Tickets via here

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