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LAFM presents Australian pop icon Tina Arena live in concert! Tina Arena has announced her Innocence to Understanding: Greatest Hits tour. Join us for this unique celebration that promises to be a spectacular show for all generations.

On Tina's last tour all of her shows sold-out, as she wowed audiences around the country and abroad. Now she is back for an epic greatest hits tour covering her amazing body of work including - "I Need Your Body", "Chains", "Heaven Help My Heart", "Sorrento Moon", "Burn", "Now I Can Dance", "Symphony Oof Life", "Wasn’t it Good", "Only Lonely", "You Set Fire to My Life" and "I Want to Love You" – and you'll hear all the hits and more on the Innocence to Understanding Tour.

Voted the greatest Australian female vocalist of all time, Tina is one of the nations most accomplished performers who found worldwide acclaim.

In 2017, Tina is celebrating her 40th year in the music business, starting her career as a nine year old girl on Young Talent Time. A 40 year recording career by any singer is an extraordinary milestone, and Tina Arena is the only Australian artist to earn a gold or platinum certification for each of her original albums, in every decade since the 1970's right through to now. In fact, every album in her career has gone gold, platinum or multi-platinum.

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