Men at Work Conducted Business at Hara Arena in 1983

Hearing History: The Men at Work Show at Hara Arena in 1983 Now Available for Listening

On August 5, 1983, the Australian rock band Men at Work took the stage at Dayton, Ohio’s Hara Arena. The group had just experienced a brief period of immense popularity with their hit songs “Who Can It Be Now?” and “Down Under,” both of which reached number one on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. They were frequently featured on MTV during this time, showcasing their music videos to a wide audience.

The recording of that day’s concert is now available for listening, allowing fans to relive the experience once again. For those who attended the Men at Work show in 1983 and would like to share their experience, please email me at grgsmmsjr@gmail.com.

Men at Work’s setlist for that concert can be found here, giving fans a glimpse into the tracks they performed during their performance.

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