Talented rock star Reece Mastin's concert is all sold out in Gladstone on January 10.
Talented rock star Reece Mastin's concert is all sold out in Gladstone on January 10. Contributed

Reece Mastin fans describe their perfect day with star

FIVE keen Reece Mastin fans have described how they would spend a day with the X Factor star, in a competition run by The Observer.

And their efforts have been rewarded with a copy of Mastin's Beautiful Nightmare CDs.

Caitlin Boundy said the best way she would spend a day with Reece was to show him around beautiful Gladstone.

Kiara Holzberger said it was her birthday on January 13 and she would invite Reece to spend the day with her, having a pool party with all her friends so he could do a mini concert for everyone.

She also said she would ask him if he had any spare concert tickets because she had missed out on getting tickets for his January 10 performance in Gladstone.

Dana Tieman said she would do something they both liked doing, maybe something musical.

She said they may look through a music store in the morning, followed by a picnic overlooking a lake or river and finishing with a live show of a rock band that Reece liked.

Mikaela Murdoch said she would spend the morning at Wet N Wild, followed by a barbecue lunch while Reece taught her some vocals, because she loved to sing.

The final winner, Amy Murdoch, said she would go bowling in the morning, have a barbecue at the beach then a movie and board games at home.

Mastin's Summer Nights Tour will be coming to Gladstone on Thursday, January 10.



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