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Timomatic Time in Port Lincoln

TimoclickTimomatic has never been to Port Lincoln before...he’s a multi-platinum entertainer or as I like to call him and octo-threat, having conquered many milestones through his multi-faceted career. Port Lincoln’s Nautilus Arts Centre hosts Timomatic, the man who has danced and performed his way to attaining a Logie nomination as a TV personality and become a house hold name in the Australian entertainment industry, however it’s clear that this new chapter, which sees Timomatic step into his true role of singer, songwriter, producer and entrepreneur is where he is truly inspired.

“You know what just go out there and do whatever you want to do, regardless of what people think, and so the tour is me doing that”.

Timomatic captivated audiences on the hit TV show So You Think You Can Dance and quickly became a household name by securing a leading role in Fame the Musical. After a serious injury the ‘Can You Feel It’ performer channelled his passion to create music, becoming a top 3 finalist on Australia’s Got Talent and releasing his 4 x platinum, ARIA nominated single, ‘Set It Off’ which peaked at #2 on the ARIA music charts. Within the same year he launched his self-titled album taking the #3 spot on the ARIA Charts, featuring hits ‘If Looks Could Kill’ and ‘Can You Feel It’. Timomatic was a featured performer at one of Australia’s biggest sporting events, State of Origin (2013).

“My good friends Justice Crew did fifty six shows last year, they don’t know this but I want to try and do sixty. I gotta up ‘em”.

A proven talent Timomatic has put all his focus into creating his best musical works yet. Collaborating, producing and writing with music powerhouses such as Pusha-T and Glass John and have brought him to this point, The Vibes Project. The 'Parachute' singer suggests that “The Vibes Project is a collection of music inspired by diverse places, cultures and emotions. It has always been my vision to create music for people to vibe to”.

"They're really doing their thing (Divine Our Destiny) It's exciting to work with new talent, up coming talent who are slighty different to what I do. It's going to be a great night for everyone"

Timomatic’s ‘Do What You Want Tour’ supported by Divine Our Destiny is at the Nautilus Arts Centre on January 22nd at 7pm.

(Timomatic Time starts at 10.10am on Monday January 15th, your chance to win a VIP double pass daily)

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