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Matchbox 20 Cover Show
Fri 16 September at 8:00 pm
Presented by: Robbie Mortimer
After a successful 8x Ruby Tuesday, Matchbox 20 Sold out shows, Robbie Mortimer and his band bringing their show to the Orange Civic Theatre on Friday 16 September 2022. Robbie, accompanied by his band perform a captivating show highlighting the best of the best Matchbox 20, from well-known ballads such as 3am and Bright Lights to the upbeat feel-good anthems they are so well known for including Real World, Long Day and Disease.
This show will leave you wanting more as Robbie explains the themes and stories behind each song and delivers a captivating performance. This show is here for one night only so jump in quick as tickets are sure to sell quickly!
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