Katherine get excited, incredibly sexy male strippers are on their way to put on a brand new show.
This Saturday at the Katherine Country Club, The Sydney Hotshots will tear off their fantasy costumes and whisk willing audience members onto the stage for a blushing good time.
And the Katherine Times is giving away two free tickets to get in on the action, head to our Facebook page for all of the details.
The Country Club’s Keelan Morcom said she is expecting a good turn out this year for the ‘Secret Fantasies’ show – a two-hour, non-stop, exciting male cabaret show.
“I went last year and it was a lot of fun and there was a lot of interaction with the crowd,” she said.
The Sydney Hotshots are renowned for their high-powered dance routines, spectacular lighting, unique costumes and blend of sex appeal, humour, games and big personalities.
Juan Val, 29, is just one of the Sydney Hot Shots that will be on stage later this week.
All the way from Argentina, Mr Val, who is also a lawyer, said audiences can expect a captivating, energetic, bare-all show.
Trained at the Hotshots headquarters The Vegas Lounge in the heart of Sydney, Mr Val and his team will be on the road for four months, delivering steamy shows across Australia.
But the long drives between performances don’t get in the way of washboard abs, Mr Val said.
“We put a lot of energy into the shows to get the crowd going and although it is difficult on the road we take every advantage of training and clean eating to stay in shape. You do what you have to do,” he said.
Mr Val came to Australia five months ago for a massive career overhaul.
“Most people think I am joking when I tell them I was a lawyer and I am now with the Hotshots,” he said.
“It is hard to believe. They are completely different jobs, but the excitement and rush of being on stage is a good feeling that I am not going to give up soon.
“The attention is good as well, but it is not the most important thing,” he said.
The Hotshots put in hours of work for their solo and group routines and the audience can expect some up-close and personal attention on stage with the boys.
Tickets for the show cost $35 and can be purchased at the door on the night.