Rodeo 4 Life, Australia’s richest bull ride extravaganza and country music concert will explode in an action-packed arena spectacular in an effort to save lives through funding vital research at the RPA Transplant Institute.
In an Australian first, Rodeo 4 Life will combine electrifying rodeo sports entertainment starring some of Australia’s toughest bull riding champions from all corners of Australia with a full length live concert by seven-time Golden Guitar winner and back-to-back CMC Male Artist of the Year, Travis Collins, performing some of his greatest hits. A dynamic guitarist, vocalist and live performer, Travis Collins has established himself as a leading artist in the Australian music industry.
After the global success of Netflix special Recalibrate,The Russell Howard Hour – which spawned over 127 million views worldwide on social media – and 2017 international record-breaking sell-out tour Round The World, RUSSELL HOWARD, one of the UK’s most successful comedians, returns to Australia with his largest world stand-up tour to date, Respite.
Due to an overwhelming demand new shows have been added in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.
BRISBANE: QPAC – TUESDAY, 14 JULY 2020
SYDNEY: THE STAR – FRIDAY, 17 JULY 2020
MELBOURNE: PALAIS THEATRE – TUESDAY, 21 JULY 2020
PERTH: RIVERSIDE THEATRE – FRIDAY, 24 JULY 2020
Direct from a UK arena tour including two shows at London’s Wembley Arena and runs in Europe, America and Canada, the Australian premiere of Respite kicks off in July next year.
In 2000, a brand-new festival in a tiny town at the foothills of The Otways was launched. Attracting around 500 visitors in its first year, it was created to lift the spirits of locals and give city dwellers a chance to experience the heart and soul of country life.
Birregurra Festival and Art Show is not-for-profit volunteer run event and is the major source of fundraising for local community groups in Birregurra. The Festival occurs in the town’s main street, in Birregurra Park, in and around Birregurra Hall and in properties adjacent to the main street. The festival has grown from humble beginnings into an important date on the state’s calendar attracting over 15,000 people from around the state. Lauded for its affordability, it’s one of the few events in the state where families can enjoy a fun filled day out for little more than a gold coin donation each as the music program and many of the activities are free. Across the festival, local traders showcase their offerings and community groups such as the Primary School, Kindergarten, Football and Netball Club, Historic Society, Landcare, Lions Club, Tennis Club, Recreation Reserve and Men’s Motor Enthusiast group fundraise for their own activities.
On Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th of October this year, that same little volunteer run event, Birregurra Festival and Art Show, turns 20, with over 15,000 visitors expected to visit from all over the state of Victoria.
The first Globe was built in 1599 on the South Bank of the River Thames. It stood for just fourteen years until, during a performance of Henry VIII on 28 June 1613, a cannon used in the play set fire to its thatched roof and burnt the playhouse to the ground.
After selling out his national tour in record breaking time and receiving rave audience reviews across the country earlier this year, internationally renowned, award-winning musician, comedian, actor, writer and composer, TIM MINCHIN is coming back…back-to-back, with BACK in 2020.
It’s the biggest bicycle riding festival of the city and starts this week with an extended program of events that will run over 3 months. “More than 20,000 people took part last year, and the expansion of our Sydney Rides program to three months will give families more opportunities to get outside, get active together and discover our city on two wheels.” said Lord Mayor Clover Moore on the festival’s eighth year.
Standouts this year including the annual scavanger hunt, speed dating, charity work and we also take a look book to rediscover the city’s past. Did you know it was illegal for women to ride bikes over a century ago???
Rob Thomas’s returns to Adelaide, performing at a day on the green at Leconfield Wines, McLaren Vale on Sunday, November 10. Last in Adelaide to headline the 2016 Adelaide 500 Post-Race concert to an audience of over 30,000, Rob Thomas also headlined a sold-out Leconfield Wines concert in February 2010.
Some of Australia’s most popular singer-songwriters have today been announced as very special guests on ROB THOMAS’s upcoming Chip Toothtour in November.