Liverpool City Council invites senior residents to its free Seniors Concert for a day of fantastic live performances and lunch among friends.
Liverpool Mayor Wendy Waller said the concert, held twice a year, is a perennial favourite among the over 60s community in Liverpool.
“Liverpool City Council is committed to the seniors community of Liverpool,” Mayor Waller said.
“Fresh off the back of a successful Seniors Festival, I’m delighted to announce our popular Seniors Concert will return to Liverpool Catholic Club this April.”
Attendees will enjoy lunch and the smooth vocals of Tony Sergi, who will blend genres of swing, pop and rock to deliver a unique show of energy and humour.
“Fifteen per cent of residents in Liverpool are older than 60, so our Seniors Concert is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the contributions they have all made to our city in their lifetime,” Mayor Waller said.
“Those interested in attending will need to be quick – our concert held last November was in such high demand that tickets were reserved within hours.”
Council’s Seniors Concert will be held from 10.30am-2.30pm on Wednesday 22 April and Thursday 23 April at Liverpool Catholic Club. Tickets will be limited to two per person and are only available to residents of the Liverpool LGA and members of Liverpool-based seniors’ groups who are more than 60 years of age.
Tickets to the free event can be reserved from 9am, Wednesday 11 March, at www.liverpool.nsw.gov.au/seniorsconcert, over the phone on 02 8711 7119 or by visiting Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre.