‘Sons of Anarchy' – An Evening with the Cast: Q & A Session at the Palace Theater Melbourne

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By Riza Ornos | March 17, 2014 4:29 PM EST

Now on its seventh and final season, FX "Sons of Anarchy" is flying there cast to the land down under for a night of Q & A session at the Palace Theater Melbourne. A evening of mayhem with Tim Coates (Tig Trager), Theo Rossi (Juice Ortiz) and Mark Boone Junior (Bobby) is scheduled March 27, Thursday.

Featuring three of SOA's main cast, the moderated panel conversation with audience Q & A was presented by KillRockStar BigDog Touring. The selected SoA cast will tour around Australia this March for the very first time since the show premiered in 2008.

The biker series has enthralled audiences worldwide especially Australians as the show features a real-life depiction of outlaw motorcycle gang life. Series creator Kurt Sutter is the man behind the biker drama series and revealed recently that the season finale is coming this fall.

Thanks to it deeply engaging storylines and complex characters, "Sons of Anarchy" managed to gather loyal audience throughout its six seasons. Now it's time to give back to the fans as they answer all they queries about the upcoming season.

Aside from Melbourne, the SoA Q & A session will be held in Adelaide, Brisbane, Sydney and Perth and they give Aussie fans a rare chance to interact with the hit TV series' biggest stars. Fans can catch the SoA cast in UNSW Roundhouse in Sydney on March 29, with an opportunity meet the stars one on one. Ticket prices starts from $60.70, available though Oztix and Ticketek.

"Part of me wants to be the guy who has a smoke in one hand and my dog in the other that shut the club lights out with my nose," revealed Coates when asked about his thoughts in the season finale posted in Herald Sun. "And part of me wants to go down in a hail of bullets.

Coates play the motorcycle club sergeant at arms Tig Trager and his character is always been the shady one, the reason why he predicts a fiery onscreen end for him. "If it ends up to be somewhat Hamlet'esque in its metaphors there might be one or two of us left alive and that's it," he adds.

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