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If you were a child, or raised one in the last twenty-five years, there’s a good chance you’ve rocked out to The Wiggles. The Australian group delighted kids with their catchy tunes, such as “Henry the Octopus,” “Fruit Salad,” “Captain Feathersword,” “Hot Potato” and, of course, “Toot Toot, Chugga Chugga, Big Red Car.”  My sons were such big fans that, fifteen years later, I still remember a lot of the lyrics.

The original Wiggles are reuniting for a very special cause. They’re playing an Australian wildfire relief benefit show in Sydney on January 18th. It will be the first time Greg Page, Anthony Field, Murray Cook and Jeff Fatt have played together on stage since 2016.

The Wiggles’ concert sold out so quickly that a second performance was added. All proceeds from the shows will benefit the rescue and relief efforts undertaken by the Australian Red Cross and WIRES.