*Shannon Noll has rescheduled his upcoming show at The Bridge Hotel. Your ticket to the show that was to go ahead on Friday 3rd April 2020 will now be valid for the new date, Saturday 5th December 2020. Please keep your ticket for the new show, or if the new date is not convenient for you, you can request a refund from the ticketing agency you purchased them from. Thank you for your patience at this time & we look forward to bringing you a quality line up of live music at The Bridge in the near future.
One of Australia’s most recognisable names, Shannon Noll is embarking on a special LONG LIVE THE SUMMER TOUR in 2020
A catchy, high-energy, country rock belter, Long Live the Summer, is about getting out and about in the beautiful wide brown land that is Australia, from the red dirt to the coast, and enjoying every second of sunshine and holidays with your family and friends.
It’s been another massive year for Nollsie, with he and his wife Rochelle welcoming baby Colton to the clan back in December 2018. He’s also recently endured spinal fusion and disc replacement, but that didn’t get him down for long, getting back up and back on the road almost immediately.
During his illustrious career, Shannon has donated over one million dollars to charity, a figure he continued to add to during his time in the jungle (I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here, in which he was the runner-up).
In September of 2018, Shannon re-released a single called Lean on Me to help raise money for Drought Angels, an organisation who provide much needed help for farmers hit hard by the worst drought of our lifetime. Having grown up on the land, he understands the strain it can put on a family and jumped at the opportunity to lend his support.
Undeniably, Shannon Noll has captured the hearts and minds of music fans around Australia and overseas with his raw, gifted rock voice, since coming runner-up on the first season of Australian Idol back in 2003. He has certified triple-platinum sales, numerous number #1 hits, five top 10 albums, 17 platinum and three gold accreditation, and boasts a reputation as the only Australian male artist in national chart history to have ever achieved ten consecutive top ten singles.