Join the highway to hell
Don’t miss rocking at this ‘jaw-dropping’ tribute show to AC/DC
IT JUST isn’t Anzac Day without an Acca Dacca rockfest.
And this is exactly what the Whitsundays is in for, with a trubute band to the iconic Australian rock legends to hit the Reef Gateway next Tuesday to blow everyone away.
When it comes to AC/DC replication, no other band could boast the impeccable precision and note-for-note accuracy of Acca Dacca, with front man Larry boasting vocals which could be easily mistaken for Bon Scott.
Acca Dacca will belt out classics from the renowned Back in Black album and Black Ice.
The band was founded by Larry Attard in Brisbane in 2000.
Having grown up with a passion and deep admiration for AC/DC, no one was better placed to follow in their footsteps and respect the legacy of one of the greatest Australian bands to rock the world.
As the band got off its feet and amassed an impressive following, “jaw-dropping’ could be used to describe Acca Dacca’s success.
The Acca Dacca show always delivers an “earthshattering” performance where the audience is taken on a one-way ride down the Highway to Hell complemented with classics such as Dirty Deeds, T.N.T, The Jack, Whole Lotta Rosie and Let There Be Rock.
In the band’s 17 years it has toured domestically and overseas in areas including the UK, Europe and Indonesia.
Each “mind-boggling” live music performance consistently attracts new admirers and fans which become mesmerised by the band’s outstanding ability.
Members of AC/DC themselves have said: “If you can’t see AC/DC go and see Acca Dacca.”
On Anzac Day activities, you won’t be disappointed
with what is on show at the Reef Gateway at noon.
Admission is free.