SHOW UP FOR DOWN UNDER | A Benefit Concert for Australia Bushfire Relief


Given the catastrophic bushfires in Australia right now, Australian entertainers living in Las Vegas could not stand by idly while watching their beloved country suffer. True-blue Aussie spirit is alive and well in Las Vegas. With the incredible support from the entire local entertainment community, an exciting evening of song, dance, and sausage sizzling has been scheduled to raise much needed funds and awareness.

Australian expats/Las Vegas performers Steve Judkins (Mayfair Supper Club & Mamma Mia), Sasha Judkins (Chicago & Mamma Mia), and Jessica Lane (Jubilee! Principal Dancer) are producing and coordinating this Vegas A-list charity event.

Las Vegas Strip headliners Human Nature, Australian Bee Gees, Aussie Heat, and Tenors of Rock will provide top-notch entertainment. Special appearances will be made by comedian/celebrity impersonator John Di Domenico, Australia’s Got Talent “PiP Comic Illusionist,” and Jubilee Showgirls. Anne Martinez (Baz & Fantasy), Shai Yammanee (Jubilee! & Mamma Mia Broadway Tour), Valerie Witherspoon Knecht (FRIENDS! The Musical & Cocktail Cabaret), Kelly Anne Williams (House of Blues & Les Mis West End), and Justin Michael Rodriguez (ExtremeLive) are only a few of Las Vegas’ finest performers who are lending their extraordinary voices to this cause. Entertainer/philanthropist Mark Shunock has graciously donated use of his venue, The Space, for this upcoming benefit concert.

  • THE SPACE | 3460 Cavaretta Ct., Las Vegas, NV 89103
  • Tuesday, January 28th, 2020
  • Doors open at 7:30 p.m. | Performances from 8:30 p.m.
  • Door Prize, Wine Tasting, Auctions and Raffles, plus a good old Aussie Sausage Sizzle
  • Tickets are $25 and available for online purchase at:
  • https://thespacelv.com/event/show-up-for-down-under/

All proceeds from this benefit concert will go to Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors. Established in 2002 by Steve and Terri Irwin, The Wildlife Hospital has treated over 90,000 animals. Their mission is to protect and care for injured, threatened, or endangered wildlife. However, with extreme drought, human impact, and wildfires, the hospital is only getting busier and busier. They now must rapidly expand field services in response to the current bushfire crisis to provide emergency supplies and medical caregivers for animals that cannot be transported.