Reformed pop acts Spandau Ballet and Tears For Fears are heading Down Under - the eighties hitmakers will tour Australia in April (10).
The Gold stars - Tony Hadley, brothers Gary and Martin Kemp, Steve Norman and John Keeble - got back together for a series of gigs in the U.K. and Ireland last October (09).
And following the success of their comeback concerts, the band is set to play for Aussie fans with five dates across the country, alongside fellow '80s favourites Tears For Fears.
The jaunt will kick off in Perth on 17 April (10) and finish on 27 April in Brisbane.
Spandau Ballet originally split in 1989, while the Mad World duo quit in 1991.