Guy Sebastian has chosen Bundaberg as one of the three locations in Queensland on his East Coast Regional Tour, set to hit the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre stage in November.
The regional T.R.U.T.H. on the East Side Tour will see the Australian singer perform two shows in Bundaberg, on Friday 11 November and Saturday 12 November from 7.30 pm.
Guy said he was looking forward to the regional tour, with the people in his audience making the shows what they were.
“I love getting out to regional Australia,” Guy said.
“The obvious beauty of our countryside is one thing, but it is the people in these towns who make travelling this show regionally worth all the effort.
“There is something about these intimate venues that makes me feel at home, like I’m surrounded by family- every show is different.
“I look forward to bringing the next chapter of the T. R. U. T. H. tour to the East Coast of Australia and connecting with fans and friends once again.”
Guy’s latest album T.R.U.T.H. bloomed from adversity as he wanted to create an album about his life.
“I wanted to create something that was about my life, the things that I’ve been through and my truths,” Guy said.
This tour will see Guy and his band performing some of his most popular tracks from across his career including Believer, Choir, Before I Go, Love on Display and power anthem Standing With You.
Fans will also see Guy perform some of his biggest songs including Who's That Girl and global hit Battle Scars and many more smash singles from the popular songwriter.
The three Queensland locations that have been announced include Toowoomba, Caloundra and Bundaberg.
Tickets on sale from 31 August
To secure tickets for Guy Sebastian's Moncrieff performance, fans can register for the presale tickets here by selecting ‘notify me' on the Bundaberg dates, and signing up.
Presale tickets will be on sale from 10 am Wednesday 31 August 2022, until 9 am on Thursday 1 September.
From 10 am on Thursday 1 September, general tickets will be available for purchase from the Moncrieff website here, as well as at the Box Office at 177 Bourbong Street or by calling the Moncrieff on 4130 4100.
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