Q tour: AUS­TRALIAN BEE GEES

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Fresh from cel­e­brat­ing 7 years and well over 2000 shows head­lin­ing on the Las Ve­gas strip, the Aus­tralian Bee Gees Show will be head­ing Down Un­der for the Aus­tralian leg of their 2018 ‘Direct from Ve­gas’ world tour!

This new show will be pre­sented in two parts and fea­ture all of the hits in a nos­tal­gic trip down mem­ory lane in a mul­ti­me­dia con­cert event.

The Aus­tralian Bee Gees Show is cur­rently per­form­ing at The Ex­cal­ibur Ho­tel and Casino and has been in res­i­dence for the past 7 years. The group has racked up over 2250 per­for­mances on the Las Ve­gas Strip and has just been re­signed for an­other 2 years un­til Feb 2020. The Aus­tralian Bee Gees Show was re­cently voted Best Tribute Show in Las Ve­gas by the pres­ti­gious Las Ve­gas Re­view Jour­nal and has made the top 10 in the ‘Over­all Best Show' cat­e­gory, an amaz­ing achieve­ment in Las Ve­gas. They were also hon­oured to re­ceive the cov­eted En­ter­tainer of the Year award for 2015 at the pres­ti­gious Win Win Head­lin­ers Bash.

The Aus­tralian Bee Gees show was also the first Aus­tralian band to per­form 1000 shows head­lin­ing on the Fa­mous Las Ve­gas Strip and with 2250 shows al­ready un­der their belt they are look­ing for­ward to con­tin­ued suc­cess in Sin City.

After 21 years on the world stage and over 6,500 per­for­mances in over 60 coun­tries, The Aus­tralian Bee Gees Show has evolved to be­come the de­fin­i­tive live cel­e­bra­tion of the won­der­ful mu­sic writ­ten by the Brothers Gibb.

From their first shows in 1996, The Aus­tralian Bee Gees Show has con­quered Las Ve­gas and has played to ca­pac­ity houses around the world, ce­ment­ing their rep­u­ta­tion as an ex­cep­tional live con­cert act and the world's lead­ing Bee Gees Show.

For one night only be a part of the magic that is, The Aus­tralian Bee Gees Show.

For tour dates and more in­for­ma­tion, go to www.abgshow.com OR www.face­book.com/TheAus­tralianBeeGees

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