SYDNEY Hotshots tour manager Paul Reynolds says there's an easy way to tell the difference between regional and metropolitan audiences for their shows.
"The regional audiences are way more friendly than the city and always scream the loudest."
Mr Reynolds and the men of Sydney Hotshots will be at Panthers Bathurst late this month to put on a new show they say incorporates dancing, games, "hot choreography and happy women".
And they'll fit in at Bathurst, with its well-known motorsport history, according to Mr Reynolds.
"All the guys are pretty competitive and love a good race," he said.
"You will always find us at a go-kart track seeing who can win."
The show features compere Dave Hughes from the Excalibur Hotel and Casino at Las Vegas and the Hotshots say each performer has been "handpicked from all over the world".
"They audition at the Vegas Lounge every Saturday night in our $11 million venue in Kings Cross, The Vegas Hotel, and if they pass the test they get trained up in our boot camp and then head on tour to see our beautiful country and perform for all the gorgeous ladies in Australia," promotions manager Chazz Clark said.
And luckily for locals, Mr Reynolds says Bathurst is one of the Hotshots' favourite towns.
"The girls really love our show and it's always a sellout," he said.
The Sydney Hotshots will perform at Panthers Bathurst on Saturday, November 30.
Visit bathurst.panthers.com.au/live-shows/ for more information or tickets.