Catch Sheppard - Watching The Sky Tour on September 23 at Tanks Arts Centre.
To celebrate their number one album ‘Watching The Sky’, the band are getting on the road again. Playing live and singing the hits to their devoted fans, Sheppard does what they do best. Music lovers will enjoy their hits including favourites such as ‘Hometown’, ‘Coming Home’ and ‘Keep Me Crazy’ not to mention their multi-platinum smash hits ‘Geronimo’ and ‘Let Me Down Easy’.
Sheppard fans can’t wait to enjoy their music as the band announces the first shows of the biggest tour of their amazing musical career. The band will be visiting over thirty regional and metro communities, capping it off with a special show at Tanks Arts Centre. Don’t miss these Brisbane hitmakers as they bring the house down.
‘Watching The Sky’ features fourteen brand new Sheppard tracks including the Australian hits. Hurry and buy the album. Sing along to their new songs and revisit their classic hits.
Singer George Sheppard appreciates their loyal fan base and sees this concert as a way to say thank you. The band wants to spread their music to Sheppard fans as well as new listeners. “From the moment we got the news that we’d gone #1 we started planning how we could have the biggest possible party to say thank you to everyone who has support us,” said singer George Sheppard.
As a bonus, all the shows will include signings and meet and greets. Get to interact with the band members in person after each show. Bring your Sheppard memorabilia and get it signed.
Be sure to catch Sheppard - Watching The Sky Tour on September 23 at Tanks Arts Centre. Our Trinity Beach Apartments are close to Tanks Arts Centre.
We offer a selection of two bedroom and three bedroom boutique apartments. Our apartment amenities include a fully equipped kitchen, TV, DVD player, wireless internet access, a private balcony with stunning views and many more. Our resort is fully furnished with everything you will need to enjoy your break.
For booking information, please visit http://trinitywaters.etourism.net.au
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