Australia’s most beautiful voices, The 7 Sopranos with 3 times national bush poet champion, Gregory North are performing at Dinner under the Stars in Winton as part of the Outback Queensland Masters this Saturday 13th July, 2019.
A high impact classical spectacle combining entertainment, glamour and vocal power, The 7 Sopranos are a unique fusion of contemporary and classical style.
Impressive and world class: performers their debut album, released by ABC Music, debuted at No. 2 on the ARIA charts. Most impressively they do not need to rely on microphones and have clocked up hundreds of appearances across the globe from Dubai to Dubbo!
The 7 Sopranos will be joined by comic bush poet, often referred to “as a freak of nature”, Gregory North. Known for his rendition of ‘The Man From Snowy River’ in 15 different accents and his adventures with sticky tape, the voices and characters in his poems and yarns have earned him three Australian bush poetry championships.
Amateur and social golfers, first time swingers, visitors and spectators alike are set to be entertained by The 7 Sopranos and Gregory North as they dine under the stars as part of the inaugural Outback Queensland Masters being staged in Winton on the 13th and 14th July, 2019.
The Outback Entertainment Pass is the ticket to enjoy the dinner under the stars and live entertainment and for the golf enthusiast, player and spectator passes also include the live entertainment and dinner under the stars.
For the up and coming golf champion, a free Junior Golf Clinic is also being staged in Winton on Saturday 13th July, 8.30 – 9.30am with PGA Pro, Darren Weatherall.
Outback Queensland Masters tour continues:
- Winton: 13th & 14th July
- Boulia: 22nd & 23rd July (Boulia Camel Races 19-21 July)
- Mount Isa: 26th, 27th & 28th July
For all the details head to the website www.outbackqldmasters.com
The Outback Queensland Masters is presented by Golf Australia with Strategic Partner Tourism and Events Queensland and Eagle Spirit Partner, PGA Australia.
Outback Queensland Masters is supported by the Queensland Government through Tourism and Events Queensland and featured on the It’s Live! In Queensland events calendar, worth $800m to the state’s economy in 2019.