After more than a year of patiently waiting, the hit music group The Ten Tenors are set to burst back onto the music scene and tour Australia with their biggest show ever.
The tenors will hit the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre on Monday, 5 July as part of the 22-city tour.
A Queensland-based production from long-time manager and producer D-J Wendt, the Tenors are looking forward to hitting the road across Queensland in particular.
“We have played Bundy many times over the groups 25 years and we have always found a warm and exciting audience to perform to there,” he said.
“The best thing is seeing the smiling faces in the foyer after the show and knowing that by touring to more than just the capital cities, we get to bring joy to people who can come and forget about all the serious things in life for a couple of hours and be entertained.
“We actually have a day off before our show so we are going to have a restful day out at Bargara and maybe even do the distillery tour…. again!”
Tenor Jared Newell said that he is looking forward to coming back to Bundaberg, still remembering the first time he played at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre.
“I remember the first time I played in Bundaberg distinctly, and every time I’ve played there since, I’ve experienced a visceral sense of déjà vu,” Jared said.
“Returning there this July will be a sweet reminder that things are getting back to normal, and that we’re so lucky to do what we do.”
The song list will feature all the favourites including Bohemian Rhapsody, Hallelujah, Perfect, In my Life, Here’s to the Heroes, Pearl Fishers Duet, Funiculì, Funiculà, Largo AL Factotum and, of course, Nessun Dorma. Plus – their three most requested medleys.
This 25th anniversary tour is a blessing for fans across Australia – and a much-anticipated return to the stage for the group.
This concert will be a celebration of one of Australia’s longest running and most enduring musical groups.
Tickets are on sale now.
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