From The Jam


Fri 30 September 2022


The Tivoli

Presented By

Metropolis Touring

Date / Time

Doors 7:30PM
Start 8:30PM


From $65


General Admission


From the Jam on Saturday 12 March 2022 has been rescheduled due to International Travel restrictions in relation to COVID-19. The event will now be taking place on Friday 30 September 2022 at The Tivoli.

Your tickets will be valid for Friday 30 September 2022 and you don’t need to do anything, just hold on to your tickets. If you require a refund, please follow the steps here. Refund requests must be submitted prior to 5pm on Sunday 26 September 2021.

From The Jam, featuring original The Jam bass player Bruce Foxton and guitarist/vocalist Russell Hastings, celebrate The Jam album “Sound Affects” by playing the album in full. Plus a Special Encore of The Jam’s Greatest Hits including Town Called Malice, Eton Rifles, Going Underground, Down in the Tube Station at Midnight, English Rose + More

In November 1980 The Jam released their fifth studio album “Sound Affects”. The album reached #2 in the UK Charts and featured two of the band’s most-loved singles ‘Start!’ (the bands second UK #1 single) and the acoustic masterpiece ‘That’s Entertainment’. As well the album was brimming with other The Jam classics - Pretty Green, Monday, Set the House Ablaze, Boy About Town From The Jam started in 2007 and continue to be an unstoppable force as they continue to keep the legacy of The Jam and their iconic catalogue of songs alive as they summon the intense drive and passion of the original punk rock mod band.

From the Jam’s 2019 Australian Tour sold out and the “Sound Affects” Tour is expected to be the same.

"The whole idea of playing an album has brought back so many great memories. We will also, of course, play the hits and more to make what I think will be a great night" – Bruce Foxton
There may never be a reunion of The Jam but it’s reassuring to see someone as talented and passionate as Bruce Foxton being able to take these wonderful old songs out on the road and communicate so successfully with this Modern World” – Louder Than War