The Tom Curtain We're Still Here show is a family friendly show which includes working dog and horsemanship demonstrations involving all the kids and is a lot of fun. There is a 30min interval to put all the animals away, followed by a live music concert for an hour or so.
The show has a special focus - the resilient communities who battle on through tough times of drought, flood and fire. Tom released his new single off his fourth album on 20 August called "We're Still Here". The song is dedicated to the people of these communities who battle on despite the conditions and to raise awareness that they are still here and the problem has not gone away.
Tom and his team will travel through regional Qld, NSW, VIC and SA with an anti-bullying and mental health in the bush message. He will be visiting regional communities and schools to help create a sense of community, an opportunity to get together, check in with each other and spread the awareness of mental health and anti-bullying.
Tom is the Ambassador for Dolly's Dream and wrote the song called “Speak Up” for Dolly Everett a local station girl who committed suicide due to bullying, a duet with Sara Storer. The "We're Still Here" Tour incorporates visiting schools and communities to raise awareness in relation to bullying and mental health in the bush. Tom has spoken to over 30 schools and 6000 school children about bullying. Thus far the single has raised over $20,000 for Dolly's Dream.
View the clip for We're Still Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-Lxz3AWHRM
View the clip for Speak Up: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AZ7zaLkzp50&feature=youtu.be
Tickets available here: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/tom-curtains-were-still-here-tour-maryborough-qld-tickets-76201279077