GET ready for Australia's hottest men to heat up the stage as The Sydney Hotshots bring their brand new 'Funtasia' show to Queanbeyan next Saturday, February 2.
With a spectacular opening choreographed to one of Nickleback's best songs, the men of Sydney's Hotshots are ready to rock the ladies of Queanbeyan.
From sensationally hot firemen to Roman Spartans and a 60s inspired Grease Lightning show, The Sydney Hotshot's 'Funtasia' show is jam-packed with sensational bodies, dancing, acrobatics, comedy and even a little romance to heat things up!
Determined to please every lady in Australia, the Sydney Hotshots have been on the road taking this incredible show to as many areas as possible.
"We love touring because it means we get to share the fun and excitement of our show with hundreds ladies all over Australia, from small towns to big cities," performer Andy said.
"I think the best thing about the show, and the reason I'm so proud to be a part of it, as that whether your 18 or 80 there's something for everyone.
"It has every kind of music, routine and costume you can think of which creates a timeless quality that appeals to everyone - and that's probably why we continue to be so popular."
While the show is a spectacle of colour and charisma, it's not only the guys that get to be up on stage.
"One of our favourite things is having the ladies up on stage, whether it's for a competition or as part of our routine, it's so much fun and really makes the show interactive and intimate."
Perfect for hen's nights, birthdays, work parties, or just a great excuse to have a fun night out with the girls, the Hotshots are still Australia's #1 specialists in making a night unforgettable.
For your chance to win one of two double passes to see Sydney Hotshots at the Queanbeyan Bowling Club, simply email your name, address and contact number to firstname.lastname@example.org by close of business Friday, February 1 with 'Sydney Hotshots' in the subject line.
*See the Sydney Hotshots at the Queanbeyan Bowling Club next Saturday night, February 2. Tickets are $25 for phone bookings or $30 at the door. Phone 6297 6022 to book.