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Event Name:The Jungle Giants
Venue Name:Metro Theatre
Venue Address:624 George St, Sydney, NSW 2000
Recommended Age:All Ages
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Event Presented By:Alphabetics and Select Music

The Jungle Giants Australian Tour 2014 – Metro Theatre, Sydney

The Jungle Giants

Coming off their Big Day Out performance, The Jungle Giants have announced the Tuss national tour!

The Tuss Tour will kick off in late March in Sydney, before heading to their home town of Brisbane and then playing twice in Melbourne before finishing up the tour in Perth in early May.

After their Australian tour, the group will head off to the legendary SXSW festival, and will back in time for the regional festival Groovin’ The Moo.

In answering the question why “tuss” is used for the tour name, the word means to muck around with friends; or as the group puts it… “We are always messing around. Smacking each other in the face. Playing around. We call it ‘tussing’ each other… It can be physical or psychological. It’s perfectly annoying and perfectly great.”

Tickets on sale from Monday the 10th of February, through The Jungle Giants official website –

The Jungle Giants Tuss Tour Dates:
Friday, 28th March – Metro Theatre, Sydney (All Ages)
Sunday, 30th March – Alhambra Lounge, Brisbane (Under 18s)
Friday, 4th April – The Corner Hotel, Melbourne
Saturday, 5th April 5 – The Corner Hotel, Melbourne
Friday, 9th May – The Rosemount Hotel, Perth

The Junge Giants Tuss tour

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