UNFORGETTABLE SOUNDS: California Dreaming bring the sounds of The Mamas and The Papas to the Ipswich Civic Centre.
UNFORGETTABLE SOUNDS: California Dreaming bring the sounds of The Mamas and The Papas to the Ipswich Civic Centre. Contributed

Wake up to those California dreams

CALIFORNIA Dreaming is a tour de force concert celebrating all things Mamas and Papas - their lives, their loves and their music.

Part concert, part biography and set on a stage reminiscent of the Ed Sullivan Show, hear all the greatest hits by this '60s group that sold 100million records.

On September 22 at the Ipswich Civic Centre, California Dreaming will take you on a memory-laden trip with songs like I Saw Her Again, Dream A Little Dream, Monday Monday, San Francisco and of course the iconic California Dreamin', plus music by The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Marvin Gaye and even The Beach Boys.

Receiving standing ovations at every show on their Australian tour, the stars of California Dreaming will have you dancing in the street to the unforgettable sounds and harmonies of The Mamas and the Papas.

And for 30 patrons, the night just gets better and better, by securing a ticket to the Gallery Club.

This is the premier pre-theatre dining experience in Ipswich.

A ticket to Gallery Club dining includes an exclusive two-course dinner delivered high above the lobby on a private gallery level and a ticket to the performance of the evening.

Carefully constructed menus, superb local and interstate wines and a refined level of personal service is what you can expect from this superb dinner and show package.

The evening's set menu will be crafted from the finest seasonal produce, promising a unique dining experience.



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