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Ten Tenors bring 25 years of hits to Bundaberg

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The Ten Tenors will thrill their Bundaberg fans when their 25 year anniversary tour brings them to the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre in July.

The Ten Tenors will pack 25 years of fun into the one night when they bring their 25th anniversary tour to Bundaberg’s Moncrieff Entertainment Centre in July.

Australia’s premier vocal group are excited to be heading out on tour again, taking to stages throughout Australia in July for a special 25th anniversary tour – their biggest to date.

The Ten Tenors were a big hit when last in Bundaberg, drawing 650 fans to the Moncrieff and staff have been receiving enquiries about the group’s return ever since.

The July 5 show is expected to be one of the biggest events in Bundaberg for 2021.

Having been in hiatus since its sold-out tour of Brazil in March last year, the highly revered group are waiting to reconnect with old fans, and entertain the new, with a show that revisits the full history of the group’s catalogue of 15 albums and more than 4000 live performances.

The song list will feature all their fan favourites including ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, ‘Hallelujah’, ‘Perfect’, ‘In My Life’, ‘Here’s to the Heroes’, ‘Pearl Fishers Duet’, ‘Funiculì, Funiculà’, ‘Largo al Factotum’, ‘Nessun dorma’, plus their three most requested medleys.

The group have headlined more than 2000 concerts worldwide, sold more than 3.5 million concert tickets and become renowned for its dynamic, choreographed performances and skilful ability to seamlessly transition from operatic arias to soulful ballads and chart-topping pop and rock songs.

The Ten Tenors have also shared the stage with a host of the world’s biggest music stars including Lionel Richie, Rod Stewart, Andrea Boccelli, Willie Nelson, Alanis Morissette and Christina Aguilera.

The group’s current line-up is Cameron Barclay, Daniel Belle, Michael Edwards, Keane Fletcher, Nigel Huckle, Nathan Lay, Boyd Owen, JD Smith, Sam Ward and James Watkinson.

Don’t miss this celebration of one of Australia’s longest running and most enduring musical groups as they bring their revered 10-part harmonies to the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre stage in a show more than two hours long!

Tickets for the July 5 event are on sale and disappearing fast so don’t delay.

Ticket prices are $95 A Reserve and $85 B Reserve and can be purchased online via the What’s On Bundaberg page.

For more information phone the Moncrieff Box Office on 4130 4100.

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