NO HANDS: Tom Curtain impressed the large crowd playing guitar while riding his faithful steed.
NO HANDS: Tom Curtain impressed the large crowd playing guitar while riding his faithful steed. Matt Collins

GALLERY: No Curtain falls on great night in Kumbia

COUNTRY music artist, Tom Curtain thrilled crowds with his remarkable stunts and great tunes at his Kumbia show on Friday night.

Over 500 people attended the outdoor performance which was a combination of Curtain's Outback Experience show complete with talented dogs, horses and ducks and of course, his popular brand of country tunes.

The Kumbia show is just one of 60 shows Curtain and his crew are performing right across the country as part of the Speak Up tour.

There were lots of laughs and jaw-dropping moments at the Kumbia Race Club as Curtain showcased his team of well trained animals to the all-ages crowd.

The Kumbia show was extra special for Curtain as it is where he proudly grew up.

"Normally I just hang out the back before a show, so it's been good to get out and say hello to a few people," he said.

"It's been great to be able to give back to the community."

In honour of the late Dolly Everett who took her own life after severe school bullying, Curtain's Speak Up tour shares the message of inclusion for all walks of life.

Check out all the action from Tom Curtain's Kumbia show in the photo gallery below:

 

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