Country music superstar Keith Urban.
Country music superstar Keith Urban. Contributed

Readers get a piece of Keith

IN a very special offer from the Tweed Daily News, our readers can buy tickets to either of Keith Urban's Friday or Saturday night December concerts at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre from 2pm tomorrow, before they go on general public sale next Tuesday.

The pre-sale is a special offer being made available to Tweed Daily News readers and will only be available from 2pm tomorrow until noon on Sunday June 28 or until the allocation of tickets is sold out.

“We know Keith has a lot of Queensland fans outside Brisbane so we have made this pre sale available for Tweed Daily News readers who want to get in early before the general sale this Tuesday, June 30,” said promoter Michael Chugg, Executive Chairman of Chugg Entertainment.

The Keith Urban pre-sale is only available on the internet at the Ticketek website, using the exclusive URL www.ticketek.com.au/keith. Readers will need the password ESCAPE for their special access.

If you're not already, you will need to become a “My ticketek member” and you can do this ahead of tomorrow.

To become a member, just go to www.ticketek.com.au and choose “Membership” from the top tabs. Read the instructions and click the “Join Now” link to sign up.

Keith Urban will play two big shows in front of a home crowd at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre on Friday, December 18, and will back it up the following night with his final Australian show on Saturday December 19.

Tweed Daily News editor Brad Ricks said, “Keith is a homegrown star and we're aware many of our readers are fans.

“It's a great opportunity for them to be among the first to get tickets, and we're pleased we are able to make them the offer here at the Tweed Daily News.”

Check out the behind the scenes video of Kiss a Girl, as well as some of Urban’s other hits now under ‘playlists’ in the music video player.



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