Five lucky families have the chance to win tickets to the Wiggles Taking Off Tour held in Shepparton on Monday, March 4 and Tuesday, March 5.
Dorothy the Dinosaur, Captain Feathersword and Wags the Dog will join a new group of Wiggles on stage at Shepparton next month.
And The News is giving five lucky families the chance to win tickets to the show.
On top of that, one of those families will get the opportunity to go backstage with Emma the yellow, Lachlan the purple, Simon the red and Anthony the blue Wiggle.
The Wiggles have been entertaining children across the globe for 21 years and now — with three new members — they’re bringing their Taking Off tour to Shepparton.
‘‘It’s such a great way to start the year,’’ blue Wiggle Anthony Field said.
‘‘There’s so much energy with these young guys.
‘‘We introduced Simon, Emma and Lachy on the celebration tour around the world and audiences loved them and I’m so excited to be heading out on the road across Australia so that all our Wiggly fans can meet the new team.’’
The Shepparton show is at Eastbank on Monday, March 4 and Tuesday, March 5. To book, phone Riverlinks Box Office on 5832 9511.
• The News has five family passes to give away and one of those lucky families will also get the chance to go backstage and meet the Wiggles. To enter, click here: All you need to tell us is the names of the current team of Wiggles.
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