Hunter and Collectors and The Living End are among the bands set to grace the stage for an outdoor performance on the Border next year.
Hunters and Collectors frontman Mark Seymour said he was most excited to return to playing live music in front of an audience.
"It's the whole prospect of actually playing music, it's very simple, getting on stage and actually performing to a crowd in that big open park," he said.
"We've been booking shows and then post-poning them and everything's been pushed back to next year.
He said the uncertainty during COVID-19 had been hard.
"It's pretty frustrating," he said.
"I remember Wodonga was going to be massive."
Mr Seymour said the show would have a great atmosphere when it did eventually run.
"It'll be a celebration," he said.
"There's no question about it, it'll be a very very positive experience and I'm looking forward to it."
The Hunters and Collectors will be joined on the tour by James Reyne, The Living End, The Angels, Baby Animals, Killing Heidi and Boom Crash Opera.
Promoter Duane McDonald said the tour had been in planning for months.
"We are thrilled to be able to return to the stage in 2022 with this magnificent line-up and revisit many of the shows that were lost to COVID," he said.
"We continue to be blown away by the support we have received from audiences.
"To everyone who has and continues to support us and the live music industry, you are the reason we do what we do and keep creating these memories."
The tour will also pass through Sydney, Mornington, Kiama, Barossa, Victor Harbour, Ballarat, Swan Valley, Baulkham Hills, the Gold Coast, Bribie Island, Noosa, and Cairns.
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The Living End's Chris Cheney said every part of the tour would be exciting.
"Seeing a large group of people congregating together, singing along to live music will just be a novel concept after all this mess," he said.
"I won't believe it until it actually happens.
"Because there's been so much stopping and starting over the last six or seven months."
Mr Cheney anticipated an eager crowd after lockdowns.
"People are definitely starved for it," he said.
"Things like Red Hot Summer, it's a release and it's something they're sort of deprived of."
The show will be held on March 26 at Gateway Lakes in Wodonga.
Tickets will go on sale at 10am Thursday October 14.
They can be bought from www.ticketmaster.com.au
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