INXSive are back on the Peninsula as music fans welcome BIG shows back to the Westernport Hotel at Hastings. The Westo doubles-down on their usual, weekly Friday Live Music format, with the addition of this amazing, full production show, celebrating everything INXS on Saturday October 14.
INXSIVE are a band committed to reproducing not only the sound of INXS, but also the live show that made INXS as memorable as they are today. With the combination of an impressive live sound and vibrant stage presence, INXSIVE give every audience the opportunity to experience the inspiring and proudly Australian music that INXS created over the years
Based in Melbourne, INXSIVE have been touring Australian pubs, nightclubs, theatres, festivals and larger outdoor events since their formation in 1997. Their full production show combined with electric, audience engaging performances make INXSIVE an excellent entertainment option for any venue or event.
With a career spanning 22 years and counting, INXSIVE are undoubtedly Australia’s, if not the world’s, leading INXS tribute show. A performance by INXSIVE needs to be seen to be believed, and constantly leaves members of their audience raving about how closely they reproduce every incredible INXS song in their high energy show…This includes Kirk Pengilly from INXS when INXSIVE had the great privilege of performing at one of Kirk’s interview appearances at a corporate function in Ballina, NSW in 2018. It was certainly a highlight for the band to receive an accolade from the INXS legend.
Boasting one of the largest band-rooms on the Peninsula, the Westernport Hotel in Hastings presents a weekly lineup of local bands ‘Live and Free’ every Friday night and promises more featured shows to hit the calendar this Summer, so stay tuned on socials!
INXSive – The Australian INXS Tribute Show hits the Westernport Hotel on Saturday October 14 and tickets are on sale now! To secure your tickets please call (03) 5979 1201, available in venue or online from www.ticketebo.com.au/westernporthotelhastings