Friday 30 August
Child (3-15 years) $29.90
Group 6+ $34.90
Presented by Ipswich Civic Centre and HIT Productions
After winning The X Factor in 2016, Isaiah buckled down and released his debut album, anchored by lead single, It’s Gotta Be You. The song quickly found an international audience, racking up streams in the five digits and going double platinum in Sweden, and Norway. The song currently has over 85 Million streams!
That was just the beginning, with Isaiah launching a chart attack globally that saw him land coveted spots on Spotify and iTunes charts around the world including Australia (#1 iTunes), the UK, Denmark, the USA, Germany, Canada, and the Philippines. There’s no denying that Isaiah is on fire. The global success of Isaiah’s lead single has also helped the teenager connect with fans from far flung corners of the world.
Isaiah recently represented Australia at Eurovision which was an incredible achievement. Eurovision is the largest Music Television show in the world. Isaiah performed in front of a television audience of over 250 million people finishing top 10! An achievement he will never forget and one that Australian’s are proud of!
Despite a whirlwind twelve months, this ‘guy from Moama’ is still all about the music and he promises this is just the beginning.
“Everything that’s happened this year has been so encouraging for me and now I just want to release more music, tour the country and do what I love. I’ve got so much in store for this year, it’s time to blow people away”
Isaiah’s success story may have begun in a small town, years ago, but now the world is listening and we can’t wait to hear what’s next!
Turning small town dreams into international streams as Isaiah notches up millions of streams globally and turns his focus to more success. With a population of just over 5000 people, Moama is hardly the kind of place you expect to find a superstar. Well, no one told Isaiah that.
In the past two years, the talented teen has transformed from a small town singer with big dreams, to one of Australia’s most successful artists. Along the way he’s won The X Factor, released a debut single that charted all over the world, and notched up millions of international streams. All that at just 17 years of age.It’s a long way from Moama.