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Jessica Mauboy to headline Harvey Norman All Stars 2024

The National Rugby League (NRL) today announced that ARIA winning artist, Jessica Mauboy, will give a headline performance at this year’s Harvey Norman All Stars in Townsville, at Queensland Country Bank Stadium on Friday 16 February.

The star, a proud Kulu Yalanii and Kakaman woman from Cairns, will return north to perform tracks including her new single ‘Forget You’ from new album ‘Yours Forever’, released on 9 February.

Harvey Norman All Stars is the NRL’s annual celebration of Indigenous and Māori culture featuring some of the NRL and NRLW’s biggest stars.

The event includes clashes between the men’s and women’s Indigenous and Māori All Stars teams, along with Touch Football, and the games are the culmination of a week-long program of activities, education and sharing culture for players and the local community.

Jessica Mauboy said: “I’m proud to be part of this year’s Harvey Norman All Stars, an event that continues to grow in importance on and off the footy field, particularly as we bring the event back to North Queensland after a difficult cyclone season. I can’t wait to come together with the Townsville community to celebrate their resilience and our shared culture.”

Tickets for Harvey Norman All Stars 2024 are available from, starting at $35 for adults and $95 for families (two adults and two children).

Townsville North Queensland is open and ready to welcome travellers from near and far. As the events capital of the North and host of Harvey Norman All Stars 2024, Townsville is a place where you can come for the event but stay for the destination.

Upcoming events in the city include Jessica Mauboy returning as part of her national tour on Friday 5 April at the Townsville Civic Theatre. Tickets via

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