The live entertainment line-up has just been released for the inaugural Outback Queensland Masters 2019, from bush comedians and storytellers to opera and Golden Guitar winners, tenors and an international didgeridoo master.
Golf competitors, visitors and spectators alike are set to be entertained by some of Australia's leading entertainment as they dine under the stars as part of the inaugural Outback Queensland Masters evening entertainment program.
Commencing the $1M hole-in-one challenge in Mount Isa on July 26-28, comedian Steve Allison (language warning on video below) will have attendees in stitches, while Catherine Alcorn with "a voice to die for" will perform her critically acclaimed role channeling The People's Diva, Bette Midler for the Miss Bette Outback QLD Masters Special.
Australia's leading Didgeridoo master William Barton will perform a range of his original and spine-tingling works. Born in Mount Isa, William is one of the great virtuosos in the world and has played with the Philharmonic Orchestras in London and Berlin.
Australia's best-known, best-loved bush band The Bushwackers wielding fiddles, accordions, mandolins, guitars, bass and drums will have everyone up and dancing to close the inaugural Outback Queensland Masters in true heel to toe Australian style.
"Following a day of golf, we'll be keeping visitors entertained with this amazing line-up and keeping them warm as they're entertained with polar fleece blankets, outdoor gas heaters and fires", explained Luke Bates, Golf Operations and State Senior Manager - Queensland, Golf Australia.
Winton's (July 13-14) entertainment will include a double-bill of unique Australian storytelling and outback opera. From one of Australia's greatest poetry champions Greg North, renowned for his rendition of 'The Man From Snowy River' to "Australia's most beautiful voices", The 7 Sopranos.
In Longreach (June 29-30) an Australian country music icon will perform. The multi-award winning performer Melinda Schneider will share with the audience some of her latest and favourite tunes intertwined with a few notable yarns.
In Charleville (June 22-23) an Agricultural Researcher and a Drought Relief Worker, Gary Fogarty, Australia's most prolific award winning bush poet will take the stage; this will be followed by vocal powerhouse Tenori. David Kidd, Craig Atkinson and Andrew Pryor bring their sense of fun and sophistication to Charleville ready to entertain with an evening of familiar tunes audiences will love to hear.
Roma (June 17-18) will feature performances by award winning poet and storyteller Marco Gliori. This mischievous maverick will be joined by the Australian architects of barefoot hillbilly pop, The Pigs. This will be an unmissable Outback Queensland Masters experience.
Boulia's (July 22-23) entertainment is claimed to be a "very special guest" however is yet to be announced.
For more information on the Outback Entertainment Passes visit www.outbackqldmasters.com/tickets/outback-entertainment-pass/
The pass covers dinner under the stars and entertainment at each venue across the tour for $50 per person.
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