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Wed 10 Oct 2007

Where: Memorial Hall, Queenstown

Night Fever Three highly talented Australian vocalists harmoniously join forces to present Night Fever, a celebration of the four-decade-strong success, popularity and resilience of one of the most successful musical stories ever told - The Bee Gees.

This year marks the Bee Gees' fortieth anniversary. Brothers - Barry, and twins Robin and Maurice Gibb - began in the Sixties as Australia's answer to The Beatles, and in the Seventies were the inspiration behind a global passion for disco music. Today, no party is complete without them; no night on the town can end without hearing at least one of their harmony-laden tracks.

The Bee Gees' music is 'timeless', and fans around the world constantly crave the opportunity to hear their songs performed live. Night Fever now fills that void! This amazing recreation of The Bee Gees' music is based on the 1997 One Night Only concert in Las Vegas, and the highly acclaimed live recording of that concert later released on CD.

This show's playlist has been hailed as 'the definitive collection of Bee Gees' hits', and includes best loved songs such as Massachusetts, Words, Spicks and Specks, Tragedy, I Started a Joke, How Deep Is Your Love, Run to Me, along with disco tracks, Night Fever, Stayin' Alive and You Should Be Dancin'. There is also a touching tribute to the two lost Gibb brothers, Andy and Maurice.

Night Fever is a multi-media feast with state of the art sound, hi-tech lighting and giant on-stage screens playing footage of famous Bee Gees' concerts and musical highlights of their career. Later this year, Night Fever will embark on a globetrotting tour from London's West End to Vegas, to South America and Canada, then Northern Europe, Dubai and Asia. Before they go, don't miss the opportunity to experience The Bee Gees' extraordinary journey in this two hour musical and visual extravaganza.