So two for the price of one might be considered a bargain when the Fabfour and Night Fever get together for a one-off concert at the 1200-seat Lakes Theatre in Lakelands this Saturday.
Bee Gees tribute band Night Fever will open the show.
This year marks 48 years since the brothers Gibb – Barry, Robin and Maurice – started out as the Australian answer to the Beatles and in the 1970s were one of the inspirations behind a global passion for disco music.
Night Fever’s play list has been hailed as the definitive collection of Bee Gees hits – Massachusetts, Words, Spicks and Specks, Tragedy, I Started a Joke, How Deep is your Love and Run to Me, along with disco tracks Stayin’ Alive, Night Fever and You Should be Dancing.
Night Fever will be followed by the Fabfour, who have kept the magic of the Beatles alive since 1992.
The Fabfour have performed five Leeuwin concerts alongside such stars as Shirley Bassey, George Benson and Tom Jones and their performance includes costume changes representing all eras of the Beatles and authentic instruments to create the special sound that changed the world of pop music.
The Lakes Theatre is at Mandurah Baptist College and for those who may have forgotten, it’s the day before Valentine’s Day, so perhaps tickets to the concert would be a great early Valentine’s gift.
Tickets are are available by visiting www.muddycreekevents.com.au and clicking on Trybooking.com.