Concert captures magic of Bee Gees

The Australian Bee Gees Show will return to Ipswich as part of their Trilogy Tour this month. Photo: Contributed
The Australian Bee Gees Show will return to Ipswich as part of their Trilogy Tour this month. Photo: Contributed Contributed

THERE'S no rule that says that you had to have grown up listening to disco to appreciate the music of the Bee Gees.

The brotherly trio is heralded as one of the best-selling music artists of all time.

Their career spanned three decades and their list of hits still resonates with audiences today.

After all, who can resist hitting the dance floor and doing their best "Travolta" when a song like You Should Be Dancing or Stayin' Alive starts to play?

Ipswich audiences will soon have the chance to experience the music that defined a generation with the arrival of the Australian Bee Gees Show.

Performed at the Ipswich Civic Centre this month, the show traces the amazing career of The Brothers Gibb.

It starts with their first performances in Australia through to the amazing One Night Only concert in Las Vegas.

The concert will feature all of the greatest hits throughout the decades but will also tell the Bee Gees story in a multi-media show that captures the mood and memories of the time.

From its first shows in 1996, The Australian Bee Gees Show has conquered Las Vegas and has played to capacity houses around the world.

The group's latest concert tour sees them travel the country, stopping to play in Ipswich on Sunday, June 30, at 7.30pm.

Tickets are priced at $50.

Purchase tickets by phoning 3810 6100 or email ipswichciviccentre.com.au.



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