THE founding member of the Ten Tenors, Andrew Pryor, will perform at Heritage Park, home of the Bathurst sheep and cattle show, tonight and tomorrow night.
He will sing a variety of songs at the former Sheep and Cattle Drome and Heritage Park marketing co-ordinator, Les Merton, said tickets for tonight’s show are already sold out.
He said there are still tickets available for tomorrow night’s performance, and repeat performances on July 8 and 9, but they are expected to sell fast.
“Andrew is an amazing talent and has a wide repertoire,” Mr Merton said. “We are very excited to have him here.
“Bookings are essential. We will have a two-course meal, including a carvery and dessert. The food will be beautiful and the show amazing. He is a world class act.”
There are big plans for Heritage Park, including the restaurant, which opens on Saturday night. “We have bush dancing and a lot of fun when the school groups come out,” Mr Merton said.
“We want to see that happen in the evenings, too. We will have music and dancing.”
Improvements will also include a golf course, new playground and more attractions at the mini zoo.
“People don’t realise the history this place has. It is full of stories and they should come out and see what we have on offer,” Mr Merton said.
The Heritage restaurant will offer gentle music, which Mr Merton believes people over 40 are looking for.
“You can go to the pub and get your ears blown off, or come out here, enjoy a meal, music and dancing. And if they have too much to drink, sleep the night – we have 250 beds,” he said.
Tickets are $60 and bookings are essential. Call Jill on 6337 3634.