The boys are back in town: Hotshots to spice up Port Douglas

SYDNEY HOTSHOTS TOUR

Karlie Brady

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Port Douglas is set to sizzle when the hunks from the Sydney Hotshots bring their Secret Fantasies Tour – a Ladies Night Experience, to town next month for one night only.

Voted the “Most Fun” ladies’ night out, this adults-only, all-male, all-muscle, 2-hour performance will be held at the Oaks Resort Port Douglas on Friday, 20 March.

After 20 years of touring the Sydney Hotshots have developed their show into an unforgettable experience full of flirty fun, high-powered dance routines, live singing, acrobatic tricks, and comedy.

Featuring all new choreography by Garry Symonds from the world-famous Tap Dogs this show vows to be the most exciting yet.

The show promises interaction with the audience including being brought up onto the stage, romanced and serenaded by the handsome Hotshots.

Leading the show is host Davey Hughes who has worked all over the world including the Excalibur casino in Las Vegas and has been touring with the Hotshots for the past five years.

Mr Hughes said this show is just two hours of non-stop fun for the ladies.

“There is lots of crowd participation and you can expect a good laugh, to see lots of abs, and ladies having a good time,” he said.

“The ladies always feel very comfortable at the show and it’s not cringy, it is all done really well.”

He added the Hotshot performers hail from all over the world including Brazil, Perth, and of course Sydney, joining what has become the longest touring Australian show.

“We are really excited to come up to Port Douglas; it is a beautiful spot and even if you have seen the show before come and see it again it's set to be a great night,” Mr Hughes said.


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