Australian band Sheppard have announced that they will be broadcasting a special, one-off live show in their hometown Brisbane. The show is to celebrate the release of their third album “Kaleidoscope Eyes” – which is due to be released on the 26th of February!
Due to strict Australian Covid restrictions, there will be a live audience of 1000 people that are lucky enough to watch them in person. However, you don’t have to miss out on this experience as the band will be live streaming the event so fans can watch their performance from all over the world.
When talking about the performance, member George Sheppard says;
“We didn’t want anyone to miss out on the show, so we’re going to be streaming the entire performance online for anyone in another state or country! As it is our only live show, we have built an amazing production”
Fans will be able to see Sheppard perform brand-new songs from their new album “Kaleidoscope Eyes” just a few days before the official release. The album follows a whirlwind of year for the group. Of course, we’ve all had to deal with the COVID crisis, but that hasn’t stopped them from doing what they do best. They performed at the AFL Grand Final where millions were watching, and they have been releasing singles and music videos each month to help put a smile on their fans faces.
The one-off show will be live streamed from Youtube. Dates and times can be found below;
Brisbane – 13.00 Saturday 27th Feb
New Zealand – 16.00 Saturday 27th Feb
Philippines -10.00 Saturday 27th Feb
Tokyo – 12.00 Saturday 27th Feb
Los Angeles – 19.00 Friday 26th Feb
New York – 22.00 Friday 26th Feb
London – 03.00 Saturday 27th Feb
Europe Central Time – 04.00 Saturday 27th Feb
South America – 12 midnight Friday 26th Feb
“Kaleidoscope Eyes” will be available to stream very soon but for now, you can pre-order the album here. For more updates, be sure to follow Sheppard on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
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