On August 5, 1983, the Australian rock group Men at Work took the stage at Dayton, Ohio’s Harrah Arena. The group, which had recently found massive success with their hit songs “Who Can It Be Now?” and “Down Under,” both of which reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100. During this time, they made frequent appearances on MTV to promote their music videos. A recording of the Dayton concert at Hara Arena is now available for listening.

If you were one of the many fans who attended Men at Work in 1983, we would love to hear your experience! Please share your memories by emailing grgsmmsjr@gmail.com. In addition to their live performances, Men at Work also enjoyed a brief period of fame for their unique sound and catchy tunes. Their set list from that day can be viewed online here.

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