Wests Tigers are excited to announce that members and fans will be treated to a special performance from The Voice Australia champion, Lachie Gill following the club’s Round 14 match at Campbelltown Sports Stadium.
The concert will be Gill’s first public performance after being crowned as the winner of The Voice last Sunday.
Gill will perform his new hit single Wasted Time along with a range of covers that are sure to entertain rugby league fans of all generations.
Wests Tigers CEO Justin Pascoe says the club is working hard to make it an event to remember.
We’re packing a lot of entertainment into the one matchday and we’re delighted to have Lachie on board. I think he’ll be a hit with fans of all ages."CEO Justin Pascoe
"It should be a terrific event with three games, the post-match performance, and other family-friendly activities around the stadium.”
This is about giving our members a little extra and attracting new fans to our club.”
Originally a PE Teacher from Melbourne, Gill turned all four chairs in the blind auditions with his performance of If the World Was Ending before selecting British pop sensation Rita Ora as his mentor.
He stunned audiences with his versatility in the Grand Final, covering Cyndi Lauper’s Time After Time and teaming up with Rita for a duet of Lady Gaga’s Always Remember Us This Way.
Gill says he’s pumped to be a part of an NRL match day.
“I cannot wait to perform at the game. I’m really excited about it.
It’s a great stadium and the stage is set for what should be a ripping afternoon.”Lachie Gill
The match against the Sea Eagles will form part of Wests Tigers Members Appreciation Round and Gill’s performance will cap off an afternoon full of family entertainment.
Part funding for this match day extravaganza has been provided by the NSW Government through Investment NSW.
Match: Wests Tigers v Sea Eagles
Round 14 -
Venue: Campbelltown Sports Stadium, Sydney
Those wishing to attend are encouraged to secure tickets in advance.
9:30am: Gates open
9:45am: Jersey Flegg Cup Wests Tigers vs Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles
11:30am: KOE NSW Cup Western Suburbs Magpies vs Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles