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Luke O'Shea, Tom Curtain, Laura Frank and Chris Matthews

Live Music at Katherine Outback Experience on 24 May 2024

Mark your calendars because Katherine Outback Experience is bringing you an evening of pure live music magic!

We're thrilled to welcome the incredible Australian country lineup of Luke O'Shea, Laura Frank, Chris Matthews and our very own Tom Curtain, who are all set to grace the stage and ignite the atmosphere with their musical storytelling.

About the Artists:

- Luke O'Shea: A 16x Golden Guitar winner, Luke, with or without his exceptional band Medicine Wheel - has a unique, yet classic Australian sound - that continues to sing up this remarkable land and its colourful people. Luke is known for his unique storytelling and wicked sense of humour!

- Laura Frank: A clever storyteller and a firecracker performer; Laura Frank is one of Country music’s most captivating stars. Frank's style is certainly country, yet peppered with the calling cards of neighbouring genres

- Chris Matthews: A storyteller and unique guitarist of extraordinary ability, whose fingers across the fretboard sound and move Iike no other. Despite calling the Kimberley home, Chris has toured Australia over 30 times

- Tom Curtain: Multiple Golden Guitar winner and horseman extraordinaire, Tom Curtain, is known for living the life he sings about here in outback Australia

See you there!

Friday 24 May 2024

Entry cost

  • Adult tickets from $30 to $40
    Adult Online: $30 + BF Adult Gate: $40
  • Student tickets from $15 to $25
    Student is 6-17 years. Online: $15 Gate: $25
  • Family tickets from $81 to $117
    Family is 2x Adults and 2x Students (6-17 years) - Online: $81 - Gate: $117
  • Concession tickets from $25 to $35
    Concession for seniors aged 60 years plus - Online: $25 - Gate: $35
  • Child tickets from $0
    Child 5 years and under is free


  • Cafe
  • Carpark
  • Coach Parking
  • Kiosk
  • Public Toilet


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