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The Sound of Music Sing-a-long hits the Moncrieff

Hans is bringing his Sound of Music Sing-a-Long tour to Bundaberg

Hans the German is coming to the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre for a night of fun and entertainment.

The performer is bringing his sing-a-long Sound of Music tour to the region in a colourful show featuring a costume parade and prizes up for grabs.

With song lyrics appearing on the screen throughout the movie, the multi-award winning boy wonder from Berlin will be appearing live to show the audience how to sing-a-long to all the magnificent songs this classic film has to offer.

Hans said this would be his first time visiting the Bundaberg Region and he was excited to showcase the production to the local community while enjoying a great night out.

“This show has never been toured around regional Australia, so it is great to be able to visit towns such as Bundaberg,” he said.

“The show is the full Sound of Music and everyone is encouraged to get dressed up in costume.

“It becomes about the audience on the night which is exciting for me as it is different every time.”

Hans said the show wasn’t just for adults, with everyone loving the classic Sound of Music.

“After the year that we have all had, this is the perfect escape for everyone from young adults through to grandparents,” he said.

“After all, we all love the Sound of Music.”

The tour is being hosted throughout Queensland, also visiting Townsville, Cairns, the Sunshine Coast and the Gold Coast.

Hans rose to fame when he competed on America’s got Talent in 2018, reappearing on the show in 2020 for America’s Got Talent: The Champions.

Audiences are invited to come dressed as their favourite character or “thing” from the movie and cheer for Maria, wave their Edelweiss in the air, boo the Nazis and hiss the Baroness!

Dates for the show are still to be advised.

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