Grand Final Day entertainment locked in

Kate Miller-Heidke.
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Grand Final Day entertainment will be headed by home grown Queensland star Kate Miller-Heidke who will sing the National Anthem and lead entertainment with Australian Music Legend Ian Moss.

Popular group The Stafford Brothers; DJ, producer and live instrumentalist Timmy Trumpet; Aboriginal didgeridoo player William Barton and a 40-piece Orchestra will complete the Grand Final entertainment which will also include a spectacular light show at Suncorp Stadium.

“Performing at the 2015 Grand Final with Cold Chisel was one of those career moments that we all look to play, so to be asked back to perform at the 2021 Telstra Premiership Grand Final at Suncorp Stadium here in the beautiful Sunshine State is an honour,” Ian Moss said.

“And to share the stage with the immensely talented Kate Miller-Heidke and William Barton is such an added bonus and a true gift. I can’t wait.”

Kate Miller-Heidke added: “I’m absolutely thrilled and proud to get to sing at the grand final – it’s a huge honour.”

During the week, images of NRL stars and fans will light up iconic Brisbane landmarks, King George Square will be transformed into a Fan Fest

NRL Chief Executive Andrew Abdo said the Grand Final would be a week-long celebration of rugby league and a thank you to the region for supporting the Telstra Premiership in 2021.

“This is an historic week for rugby league in Queensland as we will light-up some of Brisbane’s best known landmarks with iconic images from our season. This is also an opportunity to say thank you to fans and Queenslanders for hosting us in 2021,” he said.

NRL CEO Andrew Abdo. Photo: NRL Images.

“The Grand Final is more than game day, it’s a week-long celebration of clubs, players and most importantly fans. We have a Fan Fest in King George Square which will be highlighted by the appearance of both Grand Final Teams on Friday.

“This week is also an opportunity for us to provide a boost for the local economy. Visitors from across Queensland will be in Brisbane for the Grand Final. The first allocation of tickets have sold out and the final 7,000 tickets will be released on Monday.”

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