Pete Murray's Kinross concert pushed indoors

11.27AM: Wet weather including the likelihood of thunderstorms late next week have forced singer-songwriter Pete Murray’s March 29 Kinross Woolshed Hotel concert indoors and to a later time.

Doors will now open at 7.30pm instead of 5pm with folk artist Patrick James on stage at 8pm and Murray at 9pm.

With rain forecast for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, the decision was made to transfer the Saturday inside the rustic Thurgoona pub.

Murray and The Stonemasons band are criss-crossing Australia on their 10th Anniversary Feeler tour, a decade after the seven-times platinum-selling album of the same name blitzed the music charts fuelled by the success of the single So Beautiful.

Murray and the band will perform the 2003 album in its entirety.

All existing tickets for the Kinross Woolshed show will be valid for the new rescheduled timeslot, while those unable to get to the later concert can have their tickets refunded at point of sale.

Tickets are available at oztix.com.au and from Kinross — phone (02) 6043 1155 or go to kinrosswoolshedhotel.com.au.

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