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AUSTRALIAN pop music group Justice Crew will be coming to Kingaroy to perform for the first time in October.

The crew will take to the stage at the Kingaroy Town Hall on Saturday October 14.

The eight time ARIA nominees will bring their brand new Kick Ons tour to the town, which will include performances of some of their biggest hits including Que Sera, Boom, Boom, Everybody, Best Night and Love My Life.

The show will also feature new material.

Justice Crew originally formed from two separate dance troupes in 2009 when they started uploading dance videos to YouTube.

In 2010 they entered the fourth season of Australia's Got Talent, which they eventually went on to win and were offered a record deal with Sony Music Australia.

Their debut studio album Live by the Words was released in November 2014 and debuted at number seven on the ARIA charts.

Following their win the group has gone on to tour with One Direction, Jason Derulo, Chris Brown, Ke$ha and Pitbull, though several members have left the group since.

Justice Crew will perform at the Kingaroy Town Hall on October 14 at 7pm.

General tickets cost $44.76, while VIP Sound Check Party Tickets, where patrons will be able to watch the sound check as well as take part in a Q&A with the group, cost $85.90.

It is an all ages show, though attendees under the age 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

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