Keith Potger AO Up Close and Personal

Noosaville, Noosa Area

Australian music legend performs at Noosa Long Weekend.

The founding member of the internationally famous group The Seekers, Keith Potger AO, is coming to Noosa Boathouse.

The concert is a solo show by Keith and it features songs from his three solo CDs, some of his all-time favourites as well as his own version of a few Seekers' hits. Throughout his concert, he shares some amusing anecdotes from over 50 years on the international music scene.

He accompanies himself on his 1967 Maton 12 string guitar, which is the guitar that has made The Seekers’ instrumental sound so unique. He also has taken up the ukulele and features a couple of new songs that he has co-written specially for this instrument. Audiences love this new material and sing along after only a few bars of each song.

Keith is known to countless fans and this is obvious in the welcome given to him by audiences round the world.

Event Dates

24 July 2016

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
All Tickets $87.50 - $87.50 Includes welcome glass of bubbles, three course dinner and show. Please inform them of any special dietary requirements when booking.

Event Venues


Noosa Boathouse
Address:
Gympie Terrace
Noosaville
Queensland, Australia 4566

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