Keith Urban was spotted by photographers last night at Sydney Airport. This has caused many people to speculate that he would be the outstanding performer at Toowoomba’s much anticipated “It’s A Bloke Thing” luncheon.
Later that day, he arrived at Wellcamp Airport to a crowd of 500 delighted spectators, each of whom had paid $1 to take part in this unique event intended to increase public understanding of and support for prostate cancer research.
Urban is passionate about this issue because numerous members of his family have been impacted by the illness and because his father, Robert, passed away from it in December 2015.
A well-known country singer-songwriter named Keith Urban recently visited Australia to help the It’s a Bloke Thing Foundation.
This charity event has raised millions of dollars to support prostate cancer education and research since it began seven years ago.
2017 saw more than $1.53 million donated to this fantastic project by kind residents of the area.
It is now regarded as one of the best noon fundraising campaigns in the country.
Keith voluntarily donated his services for free, which helped the lunchtime fundraiser reach a record-breaking $2,024,000.00.