Show. The Circular Head Agricultural Society’s big attraction for this year’s annual show is Paul Costa and his band who will perform live during the afternoon.
Held on the first Saturday of December, the show is now in its 107th year and committee member Sue Smedley says it is a fantastic and affordable day out with something for everyone.
“The society usually has local entertainers but occasionally, if the entertainment budget allows, it is good to have an attraction that patrons would not normally be exposed to,” she said.
Costa is a four-time Country Music Association of Australia nominee and his fourth album ‘Wheels & Steel’ opened at number two on the ARIA charts and scored number one radio hits with the first two singles ‘Tractors & Bikes’ and ‘Big End of Town’.
Costa has performed at the Tamworth Country Music Festival, Deni Ute Muster and Gympie Music Muster, to name a few.
“One of our committee members – obviously a great fan – thought it would be good to have someone of Costa’s renown particularly with his style of vocal (country) and the songs that he sings as a special attraction for the whole community,” Mrs Smedley said of the choice.
Describing the event as a “real family show”, she said for the low admission price people can come to the show and have a great day viewing exhibits and being entertained.
Admission is $10 for adults; $5 for children aged five to 14; and free for children under five. Membership/Family Ticket is $25 and available by contacting the secretary prior to the show.
For more information about the show contact secretary Josie Wells on 0456 003 609 or email email@example.com or visit www.circularheadshow.com.au.
What: 107th Circular Head Agricultural Show
When: Saturday December 5, gates open 7am
Where: Stanley Recreation Ground