Jet have announced an intimate acoustic Melbourne pre-show

Written by Tyler Jenke on 10th June, 2018
Jet have announced an intimate acoustic Melbourne pre-show

Melbourne rockers Jet are set to give their fans a rare chance to experience them in a stripped back, acoustic setting on Monday night, announcing an exclusive pre-show for fans heading to their gigs at the Forum Theatre.

Jet are getting ready to wrap up their ‘Get Re-Born’ on Monday and Tuesday night with two huge performances at Melbourne’s Forum Theatre. However, for punters who are able to line up a bit earlier on Monday, the group are putting on a very special acoustic performance for a very limited number of fans.

Yes, the first 50 people to arrive at Harley House at 6:30pm on Monday June 11th with tickets to either of the group’s Forum Theatre shows will be given exclusive access to an intimate acoustic set by the band, who will be playing tunes that you won’t hear at their headline shows.

Harley House is located at 71 Collins Lane, just two blocks away from the Forum Theatre, so it’s not a huge trek for eager fans, but with a couple of big shows lined up for a band such as Jet, this intimate performance will be in high demand, so it might be best to start lining up extra early.

Tickets are still available for Jet’s Tuesday night show and can be purchased from the Live Nation website. If the group’s Sydney performance was anything to go by, you can be sure that this is set to be a pair of stunning shows from the legendary Aussie rockers, and what better way to get twice the bang for your buck by getting a free acoustic show as well?

Check out Jet’s acoustic version of ‘Look What You’ve Done’:

Jet ‘Get Re-Born’ Tour 2018

Monday, June 11th

Harley House, Melbourne, VIC

Free entry for first 50 attendees

Must have a ticket to either of the group’s shows at the Forum Theatre.

Monday, June 11th

Forum Melbourne, Melbourne, VIC (18+)

Tuesday, June 12th

Forum Melbourne, Melbourne, VIC (18+)

Tickets available through Live Nation

The article was originally published on Tone Deaf