NSW Seniors Festival Premier's Gala Concert sees singers step up to the stage

CATCHY: Soul inspired pop singer Alfie Arcuri won The Voice in 2016.

CATCHY: Soul inspired pop singer Alfie Arcuri won The Voice in 2016.

The Premier's Gala Concerts are always something to look forward to during the NSW Seniors Festival.

Australian music legend John Paul Young will lead a stellar line up of talent at the free 2020 concerts.

The audience will be serenaded by the star as he performs hit song Love is in the Air on Valentine's Day.

He will be joined on stage by performers Vanessa Amorosi, Paulini and Alfie Arcuri.

Vanessa Amorosi found fame performing Absolutely Everybody at the Sydney 2000 Olympics.

With four critically acclaimed albums under her belt, she is back in the limelight with her latest album, Back to Love.

Fijian born songstress Paulini was discovered on the first season of Australian Idol.

HITS: Australian music legend John Paul Young.

HITS: Australian music legend John Paul Young.

She recently performed the lead role in The Bodyguard Musical and participated in The Masked Singer Australia.

Alfie Arcuri is a soul-inspired pop singer who hit the mainstream after winning The Voice in 2016.

He has since headlines major events, including State of Origin and Channel Nine Carols by Candelight.

The concerts will take place on Thursday and Friday, February 13-14 at the First State Super Theatre, ICC Sydney in Darling Harbour.

AUSSIE VOICE: Vanessa Amorosi rose to fame following her performance of Absolutely Everybody at the 2000 Olympics. Photos: Supplied

AUSSIE VOICE: Vanessa Amorosi rose to fame following her performance of Absolutely Everybody at the 2000 Olympics. Photos: Supplied

Free tickets to the concerts are available by calling 1300 130 613 or online at www.ticketek.com.au/seniorsfestival.

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