The Bugger the Drought Regional Comedy Tour will take place from Friday the 19th March to Sunday 21st March.
Mundubbera - Friday 19th March, 6pm start.
Monto - Saturday 20th March, 6pm start.
Biggenden - Sunday 21st March, 3pm start.
Purchasing free tickets for shows and contact tracing is all done online on the Bugger the Drought website. Just go to Tickets and pick what show you'd like to attend. If purchasing multiple tickets you can then send each person their ticket to register their details for contact tracing.
Yes, it's free! However, everyone must "purchase" a free ticket on through the website.
If you're interested in volunteering at the event or even performing please contact the tour producers Experience Rova via email email@example.com
This event is operating in compliance with the Public Health Directions Restrictions on Businesses, Activities and Undertakings Direction.
A copy of the COVID Safe Industry Plan may be found at
Mundubbera Community Hall: 280
Monto Community Hall: 240
Biggenden Memorial Hall: 140
Friday 19th March
Venue name: Mundubbera Community Hall
Venue address: Lyons Street, Mundubbera
Start/finish time of whole Event: 6pm – 9pm
Expected audience number/venue capacity: 280
Saturday 20th March
Venue name Monto Community Hall
Venue address: 51 Newton Street, Monto
Expected audience number/venue capacity: 240
Sunday 21st March
Venue name Biggenden Memorial Hall
Venue address: 25 George St, Biggenden
Start/finish time of whole Event: 3pm – 6pm
Expected audience number/venue capacity: 140
The show will go for 3 hours with the following run schedule:
Friday and Saturday
6pm doors and live music with Phoebe Jay
7pm Nikki Osborne
7.15pm Kylan Ambrum
8pm Nikki Osborne
8.10pm Damien Power
3pm doors and live music with Phoebe Jay
4pm Opening Nikki Osborne
4.15pm Kylan Ambrum
5pm Nikki Osborne
5.10pm Damien Power
There will be a complimentary return bus service for surrounding towns. Bus tickets can be purchased when you purchse your show ticket. Schedule below:
Friday 19th March - Munduberra Show
Bus from Gayndah will depart at 5.15pm from Gayndah Town Hall.
Bus from Eidsvold will depart at 5.15pm from APEX Park.
Saturday 20th March - Monto Show
Bus from Eidsvold will depart at 5.00pm from APEX Park.
Bus from Mt Perry will depart at 4.30pm from Mt Perry Memorial Park.
Sunday 21st March - Biggenden Show
Bus from Gayndah will depart at 2pm from Gayndah Town Hall, and will go via Coalstoun Lakes Store.
Bugger the Drought will contain adult themes and has been created for a mature audience. Admission for children is at the parent's discretion.
For all media enquiries please contact Experience Rova, firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, all venues are wheelchair accessible.
Yes, there will be a bar and food available for purchase. The bar and food will be run by local community groups as a fundraising opportunity.
You can re-issue your ticket by re-naming it and passing it on.
Children 12 months and under don’t need a ticket if sitting on a parent's lap but will need to give details on arrival for contact tracing purposes.
You can contact the North Burnett Regional Council Contact Centre via phone 1300 696 272 or email ContactCentre@northburnett.qld.gov.au