A classic Aussie band is reforming for Red Hot Summer and will play in Launceston this weekend.
Hunters & Collectors lead singer Mark Seymour said the "tour was going to be huge".
"The lads are very excited to be getting out into all the regional towns that made them welcome when they were touring at their peak throughout Australia," he said.
They will be joined at Country Club Tasmania on Sunday by James Reyne, the Living End, Baby Animals, the Angels, Killing Heidi, and Boom Crash Opera for the annual classic rock festival.
Red Hot Summer founder Duane McDonald said it was a coup for the event to get Hunters & Collectors back together.
"The legendary band disbanded over two decades ago and have only performed again a handful of times since," he said.
"Hunters & Collectors voracious live performances are so well suited in a festival environment. With smash hit songs such as When The River Runs Dry, Say Goodbye, Do You See What I See, True Tears Of Joy, Holy Grail and the anthemic Throw Your Arms Around Me, Hunters & Collectors have sold over one million albums spawning 19 hit singles."
Mr McDonald said it would be a special Red Hot Summer for many reasons, as the festival was also celebrating its 10th birthday.
WHAT: Red Hot Summer
WHERE: Country Club Tasmania
WHEN: Sunday, January 26, from 1pm to 9.30pm
HOW MUCH: $119.90