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British band The Vamps have returned to Australia! The four-piece took to the stage in Sydney over the weekend for their Greatest Hits Tour, marking ten years since their formation.

Having kicked off the tour at The Tivoli in Brisbane, the band took over Sydney's Enmore Theatre on Friday night, before heading to Melbourne the following night. Supported by Sam Harris of X Ambassadors, each stop of the tour was sold-out with fans packing the venues to celebrate the adored British band.

“It’s crazy to think what started in our bedrooms and Tristan’s parent’s garage led to us headlining arena’s all around the world. The past 10 years have been an incredible journey but what makes it even more special is that it has felt like a shared one between us and our fans. The Vamps have taken us across all five continents and given us the privilege of playing in front of millions of people. These five albums are chapters in our lives and moments we are hugely proud of. This last year has been one of reflection for us and as four best friends who’ve had the chance to live out our dreams, we now can’t wait to celebrate these memories with all our awesome fans in Australia, they’ve always been so good to us." the band share.

Having formed in 2012, the band soon began sharing videos to YouTube, before releasing their ARIA Platinum debut single, Can We Dance. Their debut album, Meet The Vamps, arrived in 2014, and has been followed up by four studio albums and a number of EP's. The four-piece have graced our shores three times in the past, most recently in 2017.


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