At the height of their career, 5 Seconds of Summer, one of hottest bands in the world right now, will headline the next Nova’s Red Room in Melbourne.
5SOS received over 50 million fan votes and took out ‘Song of the Summer’ Award for She’s Kinda Hot at the recent MTV VMAs; are currently performing to sell-out crowds during their current US tour and will return home to perform an exclusive Nova Red Room gig for their Aussie fans…all before the release of their second album Sounds Good Feels Good, on October 23, featuring their new single ‘She’s Kinda Hot’.
This exclusive Red Room event launches NOVA Entertainment’s new partnership with Oporto as part of its ‘Live Spicy this Summer’ campaign. The partnership will see the brands deliver a series of Nova’s Red Room events that provide fans with unique music experiences over summer.
Nova’s Kent ‘Smallzy’ Small, host of Smallzy’s Surgery, will host this exclusive event. Smallzy said, “In only a couple of years these guys have gone from YouTube stars to one of the hottest bands in the world, they are amazing performers and talented musicians. It’s exciting to have 5SOS return to Australia after their US tour and big win at the VMA’s to perform an exclusive gig for Nova’s Red Room, and it’s great to have Oporto on board.”
Over four short years, 5SOS have garnered a legion of loyal fans globally with sales of their self-titled debut album selling more than 3.2 million copies and 5.35 million tracks topping the charts both here, the US and many other countries.
Their live shows have become one of the hottest tickets in the world with over one million tickets sold to date.
In order to gain entry into this money can’t buy event, fans can register their details at novafm.com.au and tune into Australia’s #1 night show Smallzy’s Surgery.
Nova’s Red Room is Australia’s hottest live music experience, showcasing some of the world’s biggest music acts up close and personal. Since launching in 2012, Nova’s Red Room has produced over 90 events featuring international and local acts including Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith, Bruno Mars and Usher.
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