Celebrating the release of his latest single, 'Spirit', Isaiah Firebrace will head to Bunbury and the South-West later this month.
After winning X-Factor in 2016 and being signed to Sony Music, the 19-year-old represented Australia and placed ninth in the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest.
The Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre will host a one-hour artist talk with Firebrace on Wednesday, September 11, in the Cube Theatre.
On Thursday afternoon, the singer-songwriter will lead a Community Spirit Workshop.
The free event will include a 90-minute rehearsal with Firebrace.
He will then entertain audiences from 7.30pm on Thursday evening.
The two-hour concert spectacular comes as part of his Live and Beyond national tour.
Backed by a four-piece band, Firebrace will perform original tracks as well as chart-topping hits.
During the concert, all workshop participants will join him on-stage to sing his new song.
Fans will get the chance to meet the performer after the show.
"I am really grateful to Isaiah, and to our Indigenous Audience Development Partner ALCOA, for enabling BREC to provide these opportunities for local young people to ask questions," BREC executive director Fiona de Garis said.
"The South-West is full of emerging musicians, and I am confident that Isaiah is an artist and role model who will offer them great inspiration to pursue their dreams."