Original Wiggles reuniting for 18+ bushfire relief concert
The original members of The Wiggles are reuniting to raise money for those affected by catastrophic bushfires in Australia.
24 people have been confirmed dead in the recent bushfire crisis, with multiple dangerous fires still burning in NSW and Victoria.
The Wiggles have decided to lend a helping hand, getting the original band back together to put on a Sydney show for fans over 18.
Blue Wiggle Anthony Field tells Natalie Peters and Erin Molan all proceeds will go to the Australian Red Cross and WIRES Wildlife Rescue.
“People can drink whatever they like and sing along to Joannie Works With Five Hammers!
“We’ve got some firies coming down from the Newcastle area. We want them to take the applause on behalf of all the firies.
“They’re really looking forward to it too, just getting out there and I suppose just for an hour or two forgetting about what they’ve been doing and seeing, and put a bit of a smile on their face too.”
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The Wiggles will be playing their bushfire relief show on January 18 as Castle Hill RSL.
CLICK HERE to buy tickets (available from 10am on January 7)
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