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The Ten Tenors are coming home for Christmas

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The Ten Tenors are bringing their Home for Christmas tour to Bundaberg, preforming two shows at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre on December 1.

The Ten Tenors are bringing their Home for Christmas tour to Bundaberg, preforming two shows at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre on December 1.

The ensemble is thrilled to be bringing the show to their home shores, where they’ll perform Christmas classics such as “It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas”, “O Holy Night” and “Winter Wonderland”, modern hits “Last Christmas” and “All I want for Christmas” and even some surprises like “Bohemian Rhapsody” and “Anything for Love”.

All of these hits have been given the signature TEN Tenors treatment, with incredible 10-part harmonies and smooth choreography.

The highly acclaimed festive show has seen huge success across the United States and Europe.

The Moncrieff is the first stop on the tour which will take the Ten Tenors across Australia including the Gold Coast, Toowoomba, Newcastle, Canberra and Brisbane.

Tickets will go on sale for the two shows at 9am Tuesday, 31 August.

You can find out more about the upcoming tour here.

About the Ten Tenors

With millions of fans across the globe, The TEN Tenors have headlined more than 2,800 concerts around the world, entertained more than 90 million people, performed alongside artists such as Lionel Richie, Rod Stewart, Andrea Boccelli and recorded 15 albums, including their recent chart-topper Love Is in the Air.

The group playfully blends rock, pop and opera, and are “truly incandescent when performing at the full strength of 10” according to Variety.

The New York Times says their “unique mix of the traditional and unconventional offers a fresh and highly-original take on the staid traditions of opera.”

TTT have appeared on The Today Show (USA and Australia), Oprah’s Australian Adventure, and Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, among others.

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