Rock band Hunters & Collectors will reunite in Wodonga next March for a concert boasting some of Australian music's best known names.
Red Hot Summer Tour on Thursday morning announced its 2020 line-up, which also features James Reyne, The Living End, The Angels, Baby Animals, Killing Heidi and Boom Crash Opera.
The four-month national tour will stop at Gateway Lakes on March 21, with tickets on sale from 9am Thursday, August 8, at ticketmaster.com.au.
Killing Heidi's Ella Hooper told The Border Mail said she was excited to be involved and loved the whole festival experience.
"A lot of what you do is alone or in the rehearsal room with just the four members of your band, but when you go out and do festivals, you can actually feel your community, see your community, catch up with people, hear crazy stories and it's very enriching," she said.
"We definitely check out all the other bands, it's so fun, you know, getting to go to the gig is part of the appeal."
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Next year marks 20 years since Killing Heidi, featuring a teenaged Hooper and her brother Jesse, released their debut album Reflector, which won four ARIA awards.
Hooper said Red Hot Summer Tour would certainly be part of their 20th anniversary celebrations.
"Months of touring, it's the right way to party," she said.
The series began in 2011 when promoter Duane McDonald launched a line-up of three artists and six shows.
Next year, Red Hot Summer Tour comprises 22 shows across NSW, Victoria, Queensland, Northern Territory, Western Australia and Tasmania.
McDonald thanked everyone who had attended one of the concerts over the past decade.
"The support we have received from audiences has been phenomenal," he said.
"You are the reason we do what we do, and will continue to bring you the best quality music experience, every year."
ARIA hall of fame inductee Hunters & Collectors has sold more than one million albums, with hit singles like When The River Runs Dry, Say Goodbye, Do You See What I See, True Tears Of Joy, Holy Grail and Throw Your Arms Around Me.
The group disbanded in 1998 but has reunited several times since, including a performance at All Saints Estate, Wahgunyah, in February 2014.
Lead singer Mark Seymour said Red Hot Summer Tour was "going to be huge".
"The lads are very excited to be getting out into all the regional towns that made them welcome when they were touring at their peak throughout Australia," Seymour said.
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