Music stars, The O’Sheas are set to shine at a free family fund day hosted by the PCYC.
It will be held at the Riverview Function Centre, the Golden Age Centre on December 16.
That’s right, it’s free.
It all begins at 5pm. There’s jumping castles, face-painting for the kids and a bar for the bigger ones.
Bring your own picnic basket.
The “main attraction” arrives on his sleigh around 6.30.
He’s followed by the O’Sheas around 6.45. They will perform until eight o’colcok.
The evening ends at 9pm.
Ten facts to know about the O’Sheas
They love Goondiwindi.
It may have something to do with Mark’s brother Phil who lives here.
Mark and Jay are married and have 2 beautiful little girls called Finley and August
Their latest album, “The Famine And The Feast” hit #1 on the ARIA Country Sales Chart
O’SHEA USA, their very own TV show, is in its 6th season on Foxtel’s Country Music Channel
They’ve had 9 #1 singles on the Australian Country Charts
They host the QANTAS Airlines in-flight entertainment show, “Big Country” and their own nationally syndicated radio show “The Nashville Hour with Mark and Jay O’Shea” on Australia’s largest country radio network, Kix Country
They have five Golden Guitars on the mantle, Australian country music’s highest honor!
Individually they’ve toured with the likes of INXS, Keith Urban, John Farnham, Jimmy Barnes, Phil Vassar, Hall & Oates, The Oak Ridge Boys, America, Darius Rucker, Sara Evans, Hanson and more!
They are part of the Tourism Australia initiative, “Friends of Australia” alongside Academy Award winning director Baz Lurmann (Moulin Rouge, Romeo+Juliet), celebrity chef Curtis Stone, The Wiggles and Sir Richard Branson.