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Darren Hayes Is Bringing Bachelor Girl on His Australian Tour

The iconic pop duo will join Darren Hayes at all six shows on his forthcoming tour.

Bachelor Girl


Darren Hayes is touring Australia early next year, and he’s bringing a special guest with him.

The iconic singer-songwriter’s ‘Do You Remember?’ Tour will visit six cities across the country throughout January and February (see full dates below).

The tour will see Hayes celebrate 25 years of Savage Garden classics, solo hits and more, with a packed set spanning his lengthy discography.

He’ll be joined by beloved pop duo Bachelor Girl, who rose to fame in the 90’s thanks to hits like “Buses and Trains”. In 1999, their debut album, Waiting for the Day, earned Tania Doko and James Roche the award for Producer of the Year at the ARIA Awards.

“Like many Australians my age, I feel like I grew up with Bachelor Girl,” Hayes explains/ “Their songs are the soundtrack to growing up in the 90’s. Having Tania and James come out on the road with me is a real treat and the perfect compliment to a tour that is all about remembering the good times. I can’t wait to sing along from side of stage.”

And Bachelor Girl sound just as excited about the upcoming shows. “We are stoked Darren has asked us to join him on his Aussie tour that will undoubtedly showcase his extraordinary artistry and songwriting,” the pair say.

“Darren has been a longtime friend and champion of Bachelor Girl’s, so there’s this wonderful mutual admiration club and some common ground we share.

“Together we are so up for bringing all the nostalgia of both our bands’ past work to these massive stages, share new stories and play fresh material. When two acts connect like we do, this is more than a tour, his is going to be a massive party and creative family gathering, every night!”

Darren Hayes 2023 Australian Tour

With special guests Bachelor Girl

For ticket information visit tegdainty.com

Tuesday, January 31st
RAC Arena, Perth, WA

Saturday, February 4th
Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne, VIC

Tuesday, February 7th
Aware Super Theatre, Sydney, NSW

Wednesday, February 8th
Entertainment Centre, Newcastle, NSW

Saturday, February 11th
Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, QLD

Sunday, February 12th
Convention & Exhibition Centre, Gold Coast, QLD