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Tom Curtain’s Why We Live Out Here Tour
October 20 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm$40
To celebrate the release of his fifth album, multiple Golden Guitar winner and horseman extraordinaire Tom Curtain, has again hit the road with his award winning Outback Show Katherine Outback Experience as part of his ‘Why We Live Out Here’ Tour.
The show is entertaining, engaging, interactive and family-friendly, and consists of:
1 hour Katherine Outback Experience Show of real horse training and working dog demonstrations including plenty of hands-on fun for the kids!
1.5 hours of live music by Tom Curtain and Chris Matthews
Tom is passionate about bringing his show to towns and communities that are often overlooked on the entertainment trail.
When: Friday 20 October 2023 from 6:00pm to 8:30pm | Gates open 5:00pm
Tickets Purchased Online*:
Students (6-17 years): $25
Kids 5yr&U: Free
Family (2x Adults + 2x Students): $117
Tickets Purchased at the Door:
Students (6-17 years): $35
Kids 5yr&U: Free
Family (2x Adults + 2x Students): $153
*+Booking Fees on top of ticket price (but still cheaper than at the door).
Food/ Drinks: Food/drinks will be available to purchase. Further information provided closer to the date of the event.
What to Bring: Guests encouraged to BYO chairs and picnic blankets. Cash and EFTPOS accepted for merchandise and food/ drink purchases.
Cancellation: Should the event be cancelled, guests will be issued a full refund.
Tom Curtain Music
Tom Curtain is a nationally acclaimed singer/ songwriter. This tour coincides with the release of his fifth studio album Nothin’s Gonna Stop Us – the first release of this album “Why We Live Out Here” has had great success, remaining in the Country Songs Australian Airplay Chart for 10 months. His last album We’re Still Here debuted at No.1 on the Australian Country Music Charts with all four singles released from the album also going to No.1.
In 2018 Tom won two Golden Guitar Awards for his single “Never Never Land”, a duet with Luke O’Shea. Tom was also awarded the prestigious 2018 Australian Independent Country Music Artist of the Year Award together with Male Vocalist of the Year, Album of the Year (Territory Time) and Single of the Year(“Never Never Land”) at the Southern Stars Australian Independent Country Music Awards.
Tom is also an official ambassador of Dolly’s Dream. Moved by the tragic passing of Amy ‘Dolly’ Everett, who took her young life after being relentlessly cyber-bullied, Tom put pen to paper and released the single “Speak Up” with Sara Storer. To date, over $35,000 has been raised by the Katherine Outback Experience and Outback Productions through the sale of the song and branded shirts. These donations are used to provide useful and powerful tools for schools,