Mount Isa will heat up this Saturday night (June 22) when the Sydney Hotshots put on a show at the Mount Isa Irish Club.
The Magic Mike style show is a two hour fantasy performance of dance, comedy, romance, singing, acrobatics, costumes and guys without their clothes on.
Sydney Hotshots dancer, host and MC Paul Reynolds said the show had something for everyone to enjoy.
"The show will open with choreographer dance routine with a song by Bruno Mars called 'Uptown Funk'," Mr Reynolds said.
"The guys will take their jackets and shirts off and then it goes into a scene from the movie Magic Mike with a song called 'Pony' by Ginuwine. We will then choose women from the audience and invite them on stage and those ladies will get lap dances."
Mr Reynolds said it was a fun night out for the ladies with plenty of audience participation.
"There are solo routines, group routines, fireman coming out wrestling girls out of the audience, limbo games and a swat team," he said.
"The Sydney Hotshots have been to Mount Isa seven times now, and it is always a good crowd.
"However we perform a new show every year, so the ladies don't see the same thing each time.
"This new show has been very well received and had some great reviews along our tour."
The show of six men is currently touring Australia and New Zealand and will stop in Mount Isa on their way back to Sydney.
"We are doing a full round trip of Australia going from Adelaide to Perth to Darwin across to Townsville and back down to Sydney. Then followed by New Zealand and Tasmania," Mr Reynolds said.
"We love coming to Mount Isa it has been really good to us over the years and we can't wait to be back."
The Sydney Hotshots show will commence at 8pm at the Mount Isa Irish Club and tickets are $30 and can be pre-purchased through EventBrite or at the venue.
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