The Goldfields Arts Centre continues to attract big names to Kalgoorlie-Boulder, with a plethora of talented acts visiting over the coming weeks.
Hot off the heels of the sell-out Emma and Lachey Tour and Grammy Award-winning Coolio, comes the Australian Chamber Orchestra on 16 March, Johnny Cash Tribute Show on 25 March and Menopause the Musical on 14 April.
City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder CEO John Walker said it’s important the City continues to attract popular shows to the region.
“The Goldfields Arts Centre is the only multi-functional arts venue in the Goldfields region and one of only three A Class Art Galleries in regional Western Australia,” he said.
“As a result, we’re able to cater for all types of events ranging from art exhibitions to one-man-bands to a full orchestra.”
“The City is dedicated to providing the community with affordable, fun and vibrant performances, and we encourage residents to attend these events with friends and family for a great night out.”
The Australian Chamber Orchestra will be playing at the Arts Centre on Friday, 16 March. Their 2018 Season embraces a journey where they interrogate and reinvigorate the established classic favourites, while continuing to push the boundaries with exciting new music. Tickets start at just $19.90.
The Johnny Cash Tribute Show will be in town on Sunday, 25 March. Renowned international artist Dail Platz has been able to capture not only the precise vocal style of the legendary Cash, but also his look and personality onstage. Tickets start at $30.
Menopause the Musical is coming straight from Crown Perth to the Arts Centre on 14 April. Ticket holders will be able to enjoy complimentary cocktails on arrival, topless male waiters and a gourmet grazing table.
Tickets for all shows are available now from www.goldfieldsartscentre.com.au