REGIONAL TOUR: Justice Crew have made their name around the world but soon they will land in Warwick.
REGIONAL TOUR: Justice Crew have made their name around the world but soon they will land in Warwick.

They've toured with One Direction, now they're coming here

IT HAS been a decade since Justice Crew wowed the nation by winning Australia's Got Talent with their hip-hop inspired dance routines.

Since then, the act had a No.1 single with the song Que Sera in 2014 and toured with the likes of One Direction, Ke$ha and Pitbull.

As part of their 10-year celebration, the group will embark on a huge Queensland and NSW regional tour, which includes a stop at Warwick RSL on Friday, August 9.

The group is hard to define, blending pop music sensibilities with a major focus on dance choreography.

"We are entertainers, we love to sing, dance, DJ and more,” group member John Pearce said.

"I think we are still in our own lane compared to the rest of Australia.”

For Justice Crew, touring regionally is a huge priority.

"From my experience, the regional towns are where it's at because people engage with us better and are a lot more appreciative and excited,” Pearce said.

He said inspiring the youth who came to see them was part of the journey for the Crew.

While the RSL lacked the production values of the Los Angeles stages , Pearce said no budget was necessary.

"We can perform anywhere really, we only need ourselves, our DJ and some speakers,” he said.

He said Warwick audiences should come down and celebrate Justice Crew's decade anniversary as it could be their last chance to see them.

Grab tickets to the Justice Crew show at www.events.ticketbooth.com.au.



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