Men At Work are set to embark on their first headline in almost two decades in 2019, according to Evening Standard.
The tragic death of keyboardist and vocalist Greg Ham in 2012 made many believe that the Melbourne-founded band would never reform again. However, it has been confirmed that the group will perform a string of shows throughout the UK and Europe next June.
Frontman Colin Hay will be joined at the shows by some of his LA-based bandmates, which will also include their first UK gigs since 1983.
Men At Work briefly reformed for six years in 1996, which also included a performance of their iconic track Down Under at the closing ceremony of the 2000 Olympics.
After disbanding again in 2002 following tours of Australia, South America, Europe and the US, Hay and Ham occasionally reunited for gigs in the following years.
There is no word currently on an Australian leg of the tour; The Music has contacted Hay’s camp for further comment.