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Reece Mastin Australian Tour

Reece Mastin has announced an Australian tour to celebrate the release of Reece Mastin’s sophomore album, Beautiful Nightmare. He'll be heading out on the road to share the songs that he has created over the past 12 months with all his Lil Rockers on The Summer Nights Tour.

 “I am so looking forward to getting this music out on the road - I am touring in December and January – it’s going to be incredible - the band are killer and we are so excited about performing the originals and bringing them to life. These songs are so real - it's rock n roll baby!”

 Joining Reece on The Summer Nights Tour will be Justice Crew and The Janoskians in major capital cities. These shows will be all ages.

Justice Crew, who first shot to fame when they entered and took out the grand prize in the 2010 series of Australia’s Got Talent, continue to impress Australian audiences and fans alike with their jaw dropping moves, energetic personalities and hot tracks. Boom Boom, their #1 single has reached a staggering 4 x platinum sales status, and they have now been signed to Pitbull’s own Miami-based 305 label, his joint venture with RCA Records.

The Janoskians are five mates from Melbourne that shot to fame after becoming a YouTube sensation and appearing on the number one American daytime chat show, Ellen. The Janoskians (Just Another Name Of Silly Kids In Another Nation Skip) started gaining recognition late in 2011 after making weekly videos of mockumentaries and pranks for YouTube.  The Janoskians consists of brothers Beau, Jai and Luke Brooks, with mates Daniel ‘Skip’ Sahyounie and James Yammouni. They have recently released their first single, Set This World On Fire, through Sony Music Entertainment Australia.

Reece, Justice Crew and The Janoskians are playing:
Saturday December 1 - Perth Arena, Perth (all ages)

Tuesday December 4 - Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide (all ages)
Thursday December 6 - Hisense Arena, Melbourne (all ages)
Saturday December 8 - Hordern Pavilion, Sydney (all ages)
Tuesday December 11 - Brisbane Entertainment Centre (all ages)
Sunday January 13 - GCCEC Halls, Gold Coast (all ages)
Saturday January 19 - Newcastle Entertainment Centre (all ages)
Tuesday January 22 - Wollongong Entertainment Centre (all ages)
Wednesday January 23 - AIS Arena Canberra (all ages)

Reece and support only:
Tuesday January 8 - The Venue Townsville (all ages)
Wednesday January 9 - Mackay Entertainment Centre (all ages)
Thursday January 10 - Gladstone Entertainment Centre (all ages)
Friday January 11 - Moncrieff Theatre Bundaberg (all ages)
Saturday January 12 - Events Centre Caloundra (all ages)
Tuesday January 15 - Lismore Workers Club (all ages)
Wednesday January 16 - Coffs Ex Services Club (all ages)
Thursday January 17 - Panthers Port Macquarie (all ages)
Friday January 18 - Club Forster (all ages)
Sunday January 20 - Penrith Panthers (all ages)
Thursday January 24 - Capital Entertainment Centre Wagga (all ages)
Friday January 25 - Albury Entertainment Centre (all ages)
Saturday January 26 - Geelong Arena (all ages)




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