Taylor Swift to perform at Hamilton Island: Nova

Taylor Swift will perform at Hamilton Island.
Taylor Swift will perform at Hamilton Island.

TAYLOR Swift has been named as the feature artist who'll perform at Nova's Red Room on Hamilton Island.

The event will be hosted Nova's Kent 'Smallzy' Small, Nova's Red Room with Taylor Swift will provide fans with an unforgettable and intimate experience at one of Australia's most iconic destinations, Hamilton Island.

"This is by far the most important music driven event we've ever created, with the biggest artist in the world. Working together Hamilton Island, Qantas, Michael Gudinski and Frontier Touring, has allowed us to provide an experience that fans and clients will never forget," Nova Entertainment's Group Program director Paul Jackson said.

Swift will begin her tour of Australia next month for her 'The 1989 World Tour'.

 "We are thrilled to be hosting the world's biggest artist, Taylor Swift, for Nova's Red Room at Hamilton Island," Hamilton Island CEO, Glenn Bourke said.

"Hamilton Island is already home to some of Australia's best events, including Audi Hamilton Island Race Week, and we are looking forward to delivering the same level of excellence through our partnership with NOVA Entertainment."

During their visit to Hamilton Island, Taylor Swift fans will be able to squeeze in some quintessential Australian experiences on offer at Hamilton Island and the Great Barrier Reef, as well as performing for a number of lucky listeners and fans.

The date of the performance has not been announced yet.

For ticket information visit Nova's website.

Topics:  editors picks entertainment hamilton island music taylor swift

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