TOUR NEWS: Tonight Alive
September 27, 2011 Leave a comment
To take place at Centenary Hall, the gig on October 28 is part of a five-date regional jaunt managed by Music NSW’s Indent Program. Designed to bring big name Aussie acts to regional areas, the all-ages drug-free shows are also run and managed by young people looking to gain experience in event management and the music business. Each show on the Indent tour will include workshops run by industry professionals and the band themselves.
The tour also takes in dates in Merimbula, Cowra and Dubbo.
The Albion Park show will be run by Shellharbour Youth Services, giving youths the chance to gain an insight into the logistics of booking and running a gig.
Local supports will be included on the show, and will be booked by SYC.
Tickets for the show are $10 via the Oztix website, or $15 on the door. After Tonight Alive’s last local show, a near sold out gig at Rydges CBD Bar earlier this year, you can be sure tickets will be snapped up fast.
CENTENARY HALL, ALBION PARK
ALL AGES, DRUG-FREE