To let your hair down
in it for the long haul so make sure you dress comfortable,” she said.
“Because Elton will expect you to move. He’ll expect to see you dancing and moving and waving.
“He wants to interact with the audience. We’re what he gets a kick out of. That feeling came through really strong, that he has a genuine love of crowds and entertaining.”
Mrs Jesser told Cairns concertgoers to reward Sir Elton by responding with heart.
“He’ll ask you to sing along and be prepared to put your heart and your body into it on the night.”
Having cash was a must and check whether ATMs will be available.
“Make sure you’ve at least got $20 to buy a souvenir program,” she said.
She warned everyone to plan their route to and from the show, at Cazalys, carefully and to do their research regardless of whether they were driving or catching public transport.
“I think it’s more intense leaving because you don’t have that staggered departure,” she said. “And don’t spend too much time on your mobile trying to video or photograph.”