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Free Russell Morris Concert with special guest Charlie A'Court

When 
Friday 19 May, 2017
Doors Open 7pm
Charlie A'Court from 8pm
Russell Morris from 9.30pm

Where
The Theatre is located on the Casino Level
of The Star Gold Coast, Casino Drive, Broadbeach 

Free Concert
Tickets are available for collection from The Star Gold Coast Box Office on Friday 12 May between 9am and 7pm.
Second release of tickets available Thursday 18 May from 9am. 

Dinner before the show? We highly recommend booking well in advance to avoid disappointment. 
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The Star will once again offer blues fans a free and exclusive concert as part of the Blues on Broadbeach festival, this time giving fans the chance to get up-close and intimate with Russell Morris and special guest Charlie A'Court at The Star Gold Coast on Friday May 19.

ARIA Hall of Fame inductee, number 1 Platinum Artist, and Australian icon Russell Morris shot to stardom after releasing the Molly Meldrum produced hit ‘The Real Thing’ in the 1960s, and to this day, that song is played regularly on commercial radio stations.

Constantly in demand, Russell Morris’ popularity is still as high as ever, even picking up a much coveted ARIA Award for Best Blues n Roots album in 2013 for, ‘Sharkmouth’.

 

 Tickets are limited to two per person and the collector must be 18 years or older. This is a free concert, however it is ticketed and seats will be allocated. Tickets are only able to be collected in person from the Box Office, located on the ground level of The Star Gold Coast. We are unable to hold tickets for anyone on request or allocate tickets to anyone over the phone. A first release of tickets will be available from 9am on Friday May 12 until the allocation is exhausted. A second and final release of tickets will available from 9am on Thursday May 18 until the allocation is exhausted.The Box Office will offer the extended trading hours of 9am – 7pm on both release days, Friday May 12 and Thursday May 18. All guests under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult or guardian at all times.