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Hi-5 House Hits Tour 2014

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Back in Australia after a recent tour of Indonesia, Hi-5 won't wait long before setting off on its next set of shows across the country. These will take place mid-year, as the group visits four capital cities just in time for the July school holidays, along with their friends Chats and Jup Jup.

The Hi-5 House Hits tour will feature the biggest hits the group has had over the years, in any of its incarnations. The selection as been chosen by the fans themselves and includes classic hits like L.O.V.E and Making Music.

As well as the group songs, Mary, Stevie, Dayan, Ainsley and Lauren will also sings some solos, duets and trios. All songs will have interactive elements and the group will teach everyone how to do some of the Hi-5 dances.

The House Hits tour will start at the end of June in Sydney, where it will stay for a few days. The first concert will be at Chatswood Concourse on Monday June 30, then it will visit Enmore Theatre on Wednesday July 2 and Evans Theatre at the Penrith Panthers on Thursday July 3.

After Sydney it's across the country to Perth. These shows will be at Perth Concert Hall on Sunday July 6.

Working its way back east, the tour will stop at Adelaide for a show at The Theatre at Adelaide Entertainment Centre on Thursday July 10.

The Hi-5 tour will finish in Melbourne with shows at the Frankston Arts Centre on Friday July 11 and Melbourne Palais Theatre on Saturday July 12.

In most cases tickets cost $32.50 for B Reserve, $37.50 for A Reserve and $55.00 for VIP tickets (not for Penrith) which guarantees first row seats. The exceptions to these prices are Penrith Panthers, where tickets cost $31.50, and Frankston Arts Centre, where all tickets are $32.50.

For Sydney, Adelaide and Perth shows you can buy your tickets from Ticketek by clicking here. For Melbourne head to the Frankston Arts Centre's own website for tickets to its show and Ticketmaster for Palais Theatre shows.
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Why? It's got all the best songs since the group started, as decided by the fans themselves
When: During the July school holidays
Where: Sydney, Perth, Adelaide and Melbourne
Cost: B Reserve: $32.50, A Reserve: $37.50, Vip: $55.00
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