RnB Fridays Live Hits Australia Yet Again This October

Thursday 10 August 2017

RnB Fridays Live Hits Australia Yet Again This October

The biggest and grandest RnB party in the country, RnB Fridays Live, returns on its second year this October to give you the greatest RnB tracks from the 90s up until today. With a monster line up of exceptional RnB artists in tow, you are sure to get drowned in a deluge of vocal runs, sultry beats and soulful tunes.

The tour will kick off in Sydney's Qudos Bank Arena then will go to Perth's Nib Stadium before making its way to Adelaide Entertainment Centre. Melbourne's Hisense Arena will be the next to be hit by a storm of RnB hits and the final show will be held at the beautiful Brisbane Showgrounds.

Leading the bill is none other than British music legend Craig David. Who could forget the songs 'Walking Away', '7 Days', 'Insomnia' and 'What's Your Flava'? Another "gentleman" in the list is multi-Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Ne-Yo. Mario will also be in attendance to play his own catalogue of hits.

Meanwhile, adding swag and reggae tinge to the line-up will be Jamaican superstar, Sean Paul. Sean bagged the Best Reggae Album award for 'Dutty Rock' at the 46th Annual Grammy Awards. His collab with Sia, 'Cheap Thrills', was also nominated last year for the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance category. Now if you think that's all, you got it wrong. RnB Royalty Kelly Rowland will also be the 'Commander' on stage as she performs her arsenal of old school and contemporary RnB songs like 'Dilemma', 'Say My Name', 'When Love Takes Over' to name a few.

Completing the monster bill will be Kelis, Monifah, Fatman Scoop, En Vogue, Christina Milian and Ruff Endz. Australia's leading RnB DJ, DJ Horizon will join the ride to spin the biggest and hottest RnB tracks that will surely make you say, "ooh baby!".

Six hours of RnB hits with your favourite RnB afficionados, isn't that amazing? RnB Fridays Live is surely the event to chill and unwind after a busy week, so book your tickets now!

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