The group talks about their North American tour and forthcoming documentary

The Music Universe Podcast gets our wiggle on!

The Wiggles recently returned to North America for their first tour of the region since 2019. The Ready, Steady, Wiggle! Tour is a high-energy celebration of music, dancing, and endless fun, leaving children (and adults) inspired, enthralled, and eager for more. It is named after the Netflix series that has got countless children and families through the tough times of the pandemic.

The eight-piece group played three dates in the US and is touring Canada through October 8th. Concertgoers should be ready to sing, dance and wiggle their way through an unforgettable musical extravaganza of beloved Wiggles hits including “Rock-a-Bye Your Bear,” “Hot Potato” and “Do the Propeller.”

During the live shows, audiences will be treated to an interactive and engaging experience with the new extended lineup featuring Anthony, Simon, Tsehay, Lachy, Caterina, Lucia, John and Evie. The group is joined on stage by all their Wiggly friends including Dorothy the Dinosaur, Wags the Dog, Henry the Octopus, and Captain Feathersword.

The group is also the subject of the forthcoming documentary, Hot Potato: The Story of The Wiggles, which launches globally on Prime Video on Tuesday, October 24th in more than 240 countries and territories. The highly anticipated Australian Original documentary celebrates icons in entertainment The Wiggles, their enduring global success, and cultural impact spanning more than 30 years.

Anthony, Lachy, Simon, Tsehay, along with Caterina, John, Lucia, and even Captain Feathersword, have a great time chatting with Matt Bailey about all things Wiggles! The group recently chatted from Canada where they discussed what fans can expect from the shows, their legacy, and the documentary. Follow us for more as the Amazon documentary premieres this fall.

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