Bros announce Australia tour

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 9 March 2017
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Bros' Matt and Luke Goss

Bros have announced on Twitter that they will be touring Australia, with dates to be confirmed soon

Bros are set to tour Australia.

The legendary pop duo - which comprises of Matt and Luke Goss - took to social media on Thursday (09.03.17) to announce they would be heading Down Under.

In a series of tweets, Matt wrote on his Twitter account: "We are coming to #australia ... Love you guys!! Yes it's official! ... Hey Oz and everyone else let's get #BrosAustralia trending! (sic)"

Whilst Luke wrote on his own account: "We are coming to #Australia #Excited (sic)"

Concert dates and venues for the Australian tour have yet to be announced but the tour is expected to sell incredibly well.

The news was well received by their Australian fans, who flooded social media to express their excitement.

One wrote: "this is the BEST news! Going to see you & @LukeGoss was my first ever concert experience .. I can't wait (sic)"

Whilst another added: "Big Aussie thumbs up to @mattgoss & @LukeGoss for the decision to come to OZ, can't wait! (sic)"

A third shared: "Ever just been on cloud 9...well I am ... love an many blessings to yous @mattgoss @LukeGoss (sic)"

It comes shortly after the 'When Will I Be Famous' hitmakers were forced to cancel half the dates of their UK comeback tour for "logistical reasons".

A statement about axing their concerts in Newcastle, Glasgow, Nottingham and Birmingham read: "Due to logistical circumstances beyond their control, it is with sincere regret that Bros have been forced to cancel four dates on their forthcoming UK tour. Matt and Luke Goss apologise to their fans for any disappointment.

"Concerts set for Nottingham August 23, Birmingham August 25, Newcastle August 26, and Glasgow August 27, will now not take place. All ticket holders for the cancelled shows will receive an automatic refund."

It means that their UK comeback tour will now comprise of just three dates - London's The O2 on August 19 and 20, and Manchester Arena on August 22.

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