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Marcia Hines - Still Shining - the 50th Anniversary Concert tour

Australia’s legendary musical treasure has announced that she will tour Australia in 2024 performing her ‘Still Shining’ album concert repertoire. This two-and-a-half-hour musical showcase is a celebration of Marcia’s career and will feature every charting song from her vast repertoire, commencing with ‘Fire and Rain’ through to the discotheque era and to 2023 with the greatest hits album and ‘The Gospel According to Marcia’.

Marcia has returned to the judging panel for the 2024 season of Australian Idol on the Seven Network and is currently touring Australia in the hit stage production Grease the Musical.

Marcia’s love affair with Australian audiences continues in 2024. Having sold over three million copies of her 23 albums, been inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame in 2007 and awarded the Order of Australia (AM) in 2009 for her services to the Australian entertainment industry, a Marcia Hines concert is a celebration of her journey, the highs, the lows and the extraordinary relationship she has with Australian audiences.

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Event Details

Running Times

Saturday 28 September

Running Times

Doors / Pre show bar opens:6.45pm
Suit & Tie:7.30pm
Marcia Hines:8.30pm
Approx. Finish:10pm

Ticket Pricing

A Reserve – Sections A, B, C
Adult - $89.00*

B Reserve – Sections D, E
Adult - $79.00*

Dinner Upgrade 
Fidels - $39.90* in addition to the above ticket prices.

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