INXSIVE, THE INXS TRIBUTE SHOW
INXS helped shape the musical landscape of the 80’s and 90’s. Their infectious blend of dance/rock saw them conquer the music charts not only in Australia, but worldwide. They built a reputation for staging electric and engaging concerts, fronted by their wildly charismatic and talented frontman, Michael Hutchence.
INXSIVE are a Melbourne based band that have been touring Australia wide performing in live music venues, theatres, private and corporate events, and larger outdoor festivals since their inception in the late 90’s. Their full production sound combined with energetic audience engaging performances make INXSIVE Australia’s leading INXS tribute show, and an excellent live entertainment option for any venue or event. Their repertoire encompasses all the smash hits from the impressive INXS back catalogue, and a performance by INXSIVE needs to be seen to be believed. They regularly receive rave reviews from their audiences on how closely they capture the sound and style of INXS.
INXSIVE are a must-see for all INXS fans and lovers of classic Australian Rock music!
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Currently, under the directives of the Chief Health Officer, all adults (18+) must be fully vaccinated to access our venue. Patrons will be asked to show their vaccination status when checking-in to the venue, either via the smartphone app, a print-out or evidence of a medical exemption. The requirement for those under the age of 18 to provide proof of vaccination has been lifted. This is required for either booking a ticket at the Box Office, or attending a show.
This includes all workers, volunteers and performers.
All people entering The Wedge will be required to show one of the following upon request:
– Their vaccination status through the Victorian Government Service Victoria app on their smartphone (available through the Apple App Store or Google Play)
– A printout of their vaccination certificate
– An official letter from their doctor show evidence of a medical exemption