Hilltop Hoods are getting fancy.
Aussie hip hop group Hilltop Hoods have today announced the release of a new recording project that features a selection of tracks from their two ARIA #1 albums, Walking Under Stars and Drinking From The Sun which have been rerecorded, remixed and restructured with the 32-piece Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and 20-piece Adelaide Chamber Singers Choir and in celebration, the trio will embark on a national tour with the orchestra in 2016.
In what will be their biggest domestic tour to date, Hilltop Hoods will kick off The Restrung Tour at Sydney's Allphones Arena on Saturday 2 April, before moving on to perform at Brisbane's Entertainment Centre on Friday 8 April, Adelaide's Entertainment Centre on Saturday 16 April, the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne on Saturday 23 April and finally at the Perth Arena on Saturday 30 April.
Pre-sale tickets go on sale tomorrow from 2pm before they become available to the general public on Tuesday 8 December from 9am — click here for more information.
"We’re pretty excited to be hitting the road backed by an orchestra and a choir," said group member Suffa.
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"The songs are going to take on a whole new life with fifty plus musicians joining us on stage."
Joining the group on the tour will be London-born artist Maverick Sabre who has already collaborated with the boys on hit songs, Won't Let You Down and Live & Let Go.
Meanwhile the new album, Drinking From The Sun, Walking Under Stars Restrung will be released on Friday 19 February via Golden Era Records/UMA and can be pre-ordered from 8 December — click here for more details.
For more information the 2016 orchestra tour, head to theGuide.