LAST night, Timomatic performed in front of tens of millions of Americans during the live telecast of the Miss Universe Pageant from the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas.
Tomorrow night, he will perform at Goulburn’s Community Carols of Hope.
The former Reality TV contestant turned chart topping artist is the main attraction of this year’s Community Carols of Hope and organiser Peter Mylonas says he couldn’t be happier to have snagged the budding superstar.
“It is a huge thing to be able to get a truly international artist and to get him off the plane from Las Vegas and get him to come to Goulburn. It is a huge endorsement for us as a town,” he said.
“There is a lot of enthusiasm about it. A lot of people are talking about it, they are all talking about it on Facebook, and the thing people are saying is that they can’t believe it is happening.”
However, Timomatic won’t be the only celebrity gracing the Belmore Park stage. Former Australian Idol/ARIA Chart topping artist Paulini is back this year by popular demand.
“We re-signed her because last year the feedback was just phenomenal,” Mr Mylonas explained. “People just responded to her as a person and an entertainer. She was very professional and she just fitted in with the crowd and all the people. She was just a terrific person.”
Local Roo Arcus, whose album ‘This Here Cowboy’ topped the nation’s country charts this year, will also perform. Others on the line-up include local country singer Jamie Agius, Latin American trio One Accord, Iron and Clay and the chain reaction choir.
There will be a puppet show for the littlies, as well as a visit by the big man in red, and our local pollies have a surprise in store – no spoilers! “You’ve got to have variety and you have to aim to have something for everybody,” Mr Mylonas said.
Emcee Chris King will be back for his 22nd consecutive year, Anglican Bishop of Goulburn Stuart Robinson will lead the crowd in opening prayer and Pastor Jaemin Frazer will deliver the Christmas message.
The Goulburn Community Carols of Hope will get underway at 6pm.
Mr Mylonas thanked all of the sponsors of this year’s event, saying it would not have been possible without their support.
Timomatic will perform at the Goulburn Carols of Hope tomorrow night
SUPPORT: Sponsors of tomorrow night’s Community Carols of Hope assembled in Belmore Park on Wednesday (a full list will appear in Monday’s Post) … while international entertainer Timomatic (left) will headline the event, which will get underway at 6pm.
THANKS: Goulburn Community Carols of Hope organiser Peter Mylonas thanked the events major sponsors and supporters on Wednesday afternoon, including Pastor Jaemin Frazer; Jack Desborough from the Goulburn Soldiers Club; John Keith from Goulburn Insurance Brokers; Thomas Skeffington from the Chamber of Commerce; John Woodman from Trapper’s Bakery of Goulburn; Jonathon Tabner from John Craig’s Furniture One; George Kontos from the Paragon Café; Tony Lamarra; Bill Murray from Murray’s Quality Meats; Mayor Geoff Kettle; Trish Graham from Hope’s Cordial; John and Julie Kelly from Sunshine Childcare Centre; Aaron, Nicole and Gail Lye from Goulburn Herritage Motel and Jordan Wilcox from Goulburn Party Hire. Other sponsors not pictured include Andy Divall; Max Pearce; Paul Guzowski from Goulburn Central Motor Lodge; Robert Rampton; Basil Toparis; Paul Stamatellis; Alan Burman; Paul O’Rourke; Matt Howe; St John’s Ambulance; Goulburn Regional Enterprise; Geoff White from White Noise Entertainment; Radio 2GN and the Goulburn Post.
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