The greatest show Man tickets on sale from tomorrow
The greatest show Man tickets on sale from tomorrow

The greatest show Man tickets on sale from tomorrow

HE CAN sing, dance and act, and that's what one of Australia's greatest international performers, Hugh Jackman, will be doing at venues across the country in August.

Tickets for his show, The Man. The Music, The Show, go on sale tomorrow and only the quick will get to enjoy watching Jackman live as he starts his world tour down-under, performing his new show with songs from The Greatest Showman, Les Miserables, other films and Broadway.

It will vibrant, energetic and engaging. It's what Jackman does best; delivering outstanding performances both on the big screen and to live audiences.

On stage with Jackman and a live orchestra will be Keala Settle singing the Academy Award nominated and Golden Globe Award winning song This Is Me from The Greatest Showman along with many more songs. 

From his fantastic and award-winning time on Broadway as the 1970s singer and songwriter Peter Allen to his metal claw-wielding Wolverine in the blockbuster X-Men franchise, Jackman has proven to be one of the most versatile actors of our time.

Tickets are on sale from www.ticketek.com.au. This is the only place to buy so watch out for unauthorised resellers scammers offering these prized tickets.

The show dates are:
 
Sydney

August 2 at 8pm, August 3 at 2pm and 8pm, at Qudos Bank Arena. Tickets on sale from 10am local time.
 
Adelaide

August 10 at 2pm and 8pm, August 11 at 8pm, at Adelaide Entertainment Centre. Tickets on sale from 9am local time.
 
Melbourne

August 16 at 8pm, August 17 at 2pm and 8pm, at Rod Laver Arena. Tickets on sale 12pm local time.
 
Perth

August 21 at 8pm, August 24 at 2pm, at RAC Arena. Tickets on sale March 7 from 10am local time.
 
Brisbane

August 31 at 2pm and 8pm, at Brisbane Entertainment Centre. Tickets on sale from 10am local time.

For more tickets information, go to www.tegdainty/hughjackman


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