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The Wiggles Apples and Bananas Tour

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by Manuel (subscribe)
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The Wiggles are very popular among children. They have a worldwide following, from Australia and New Zealand to the UK and the United States. Every Aussie kid knows the Wiggles by name and by shirt colour. They are very much local, proudly Australian, and their success is phenomenal. The group is, by any measure, an Australian icon.

The Wiggles' Apples and Bananas Tour
The Wiggles' Apples and Bananas Live in Concert. Photo from Wiggles website.

[ADVERT]If you have slept for some time, or time simply slipped by, you may be surprised that The Wiggles are no longer the four-man team that was Anthony (blue), Greg (yellow), Murray (red), and Jeff (purple). From 2006 to 2012, Greg was replaced by Sam. At the end of 2013, however, Greg, Murray and Jeff all retired, with only Anthony left of the original Wiggles. The yellow shirt is now worn by the first female member of The Wiggles, Emma. Simon (red) replaced Murray, while Lachy (purple) replaced Jeff.

The Wiggles are touring Victoria and South Australia this April, and as of press time, tickets are already sold out in Wangaratta, Moonee Ponds, and Cardinia, all in Victoria, and in Marion, South Australia. Tickets are running out at Plenty Ranges, Werribee, Dandenong, Frankston, all in Victoria, and Noarlunga, Gawler, and Golden Grove, all in South Australia, so hurry and get your tickets now. There's bigger chance of getting tickets in Albury, Shepparton, Morwell, Geelong, Warrnambool, Ballarat, and Mildura, all in Victoria, or in Torrensville, Renmark in South Australia.

The Wiggles are quite popular, and mums and dads would find it difficult to resist their little ones. So hurry, you might miss out on this. Click here for details on ticketing.
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Why? Music all children love
When: April 2014
Where: Victoria and SA
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