Toured in
November 2022


The Zoo
Manning Bar
Max Watts
Rosemount Hotel


Event Info

D-A-D VIP Meet and Greet Package 2022! 
Session Information for our VIP Meet & Greet Ticket Holders

Brisbane 17th Nov
6:00pm at The Zoo
Please meet at the venue entrance at 5:45pm

Sydney 18th Nov
6:30pm at Manning Bar
Please meet at the venue entrance at 6:15pm

Melbourne 19th Nov
6:30pm at Max Watts
Please meet at the venue entrance at 6:15pm

Perth 22nd Nov
6:30pm at Rosemount Hotel
Please meet at the venue entrance at 6:15pm

D-A-D, Danish rockers Anniversary Greatest Hits World Tour!

Welcome to the wildest R’n’R amusement park!

For this special occasion and D-A-D’s first Australian Tour since 1990 they will perform all their Greatest Hits – Sleeping My Day Away, Girl Nation, Jihad, Laugh And 1/2, Bad Craziness, It’s After Dark, I Want What She’s Got and heaps more!

D-A-D have continued a schedule of consistent touring performing to thousands of fans. With only a single line up change over 20 years ago, in a career spanning over 40 years, the live chemistry of the band is unparalleled!

After a 30 year wait Australia will finally get to witness what European audiences have indulged in for the last three decades! Don’t miss this is a once in a generation tour for Australian fans with a career encompassing Setlist!

“a D-A-D show is a party and it always will be” Jesper

Book Your Tickets Online Today


D-A-D began playing together in the early 1980s in Copenhagen, Denmark, under their original band name Disneyland After Dark.

D-A-D released their first EP in 1985 and has now been together for more than twenty years, with only one change in the lineup, as Laust Sonne replaced former drummer Peter Lundholm Jensen in 1999. The band released their 12th album – A Prayer For The Loud in 2019. It was an album everyone had been waiting for since the album DIC.NII.LAN.DAFT.ERD.ARK got released in 2011, and it did not disappoint. It has everything from heavy songs, like Musical Chairs and Time Is A Train, to the ballad A Drug For The Heart, all with the classic D-A-D sound.

When the group made their international breakthrough in 1989, they had to change the band name to D.A.D. to avoid an impending lawsuit from the Walt Disney Company. In 1995, the “spelling” changed to D:A:D, to make it more obvious that it was an abbreviation. Finally in 2000, the band story became one of advanced punctuation as the spelling was changed to the more internet-friendly D-A-D