GALLERY: Justice Crew make Kingaroy dance

Justice Crew performing at the Kingaroy Town Hall on October 14 2017.
Justice Crew performing at the Kingaroy Town Hall on October 14 2017. Tobi Loftus

THEY say some you win, some you don't, and at the end of the day Justice Crew's performance in Kingaroy was a big win.

About 450 Justice Crew fans danced the night away at the Kingaroy Town Hall on Saturday night.

The boy-band was in town for their Kick Ons tour.


Band member Lukas Bellesini said the group made an effort to visit country towns.

"It's important for for us to tour in the regional spots as it's not as easy for some people to get to the capital cities," he said.

"We find the gratification we get out here is overwhelming."

Kingaroy resident Jo Berry took her children to the event and was one of several people who got called on stage to dance with the crew.


"When you're a mum and all you do is stay at home and work so it's good to have a dance with the kids and Justice Crew," she said.

"It's really good to have them here. We don't have a whole lot of bands come here, so for them to come is a really good opportunity for the girls and the young kids to see bands."

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