Get ready to be swept away by the iconic melodies and soulful harmonies of Air Supply as they bring “The Lost in Love Experience” to Winnipeg’s Centennial Concert Hall on October 2, 2023. Known for their timeless hits and unforgettable performances, this legendary Australian duo is set to create an enchanting evening filled with nostalgia and romance.

For more than four decades, Air Supply has captured the hearts of millions of fans around the world with their unique blend of soft rock and ballads. Consisting of vocalist Russell Hitchcock and guitarist Graham Russell, the duo has become synonymous with chart-topping hits and emotional ballads that continue to resonate with listeners across generations.

“The Lost in Love Experience” is a celebration of Air Supply’s most beloved songs, including their signature ballad “Lost in Love” that catapulted them to international fame in the early 1980s. Fans can expect to be serenaded with a string of timeless classics such as “All Out of Love,” “Making Love Out of Nothing at All,” “Every Woman in the World,” and “Even the Nights Are Better.” These songs have stood the test of time, evoking memories and emotions that have become deeply ingrained in the fabric of popular music.

Air Supply’s enduring success can be attributed not only to their incredible vocal talents but also to their ability to connect with audiences on a personal level. Each song carries a distinct emotional weight, and their live performances elevate these sentiments to new heights. Russell Hitchcock’s soaring vocals and Graham Russell’s masterful guitar work create a captivating synergy that has captivated fans for decades.

Tickets for Air Supply’s concert at Centennial Concert Hall are available now.


A VIP Meet and Greet Package is available! This package includes:

  • Premium ticket located in the first 4 rows
  • Photo Meet & Greet with Air Supply
  • Access to attend the sound check
  • Collectible VIP Laminate

To purchase the VIP Package, choose one of the designated VIP Package seats in the first 4 rows.