Bootleg Beach Boys drop in to Claudelands
Fresh from their sold-out world tour including Australia, France, London and Holland (to name but a few) The Bootleg Beach Boys have announced that they are coming to Hamilton’s Clarence Street Theatre on Friday, August 17 and, even better, we’re offering up a chance for you to win one of two double passes to take in what is going to be a truly magical experience.
The fully costumed show — that takes you right from the very beginning of The Beach Boys and through their career — will feature classic hits and cult favourites from California's most famous band.
From surf themed anthems such as Surfin' Safari and Surfer Girl to muscle car memorables like
Shut Down and Fun Fun Fun, the band have gathered a truly impressive repertoire of West Coast, harmony-laden songs, that evoke the spirit and essence of the pursuit of the 1960s American dream.
The band tackle such classics as In My Room, God Only Knows, Good
Vibrations and Help Me Rhonda in their hit heavy set, but also pay homage to the genius of Brian Wilson in the form of selections from the seminal Pet
Sounds (roundly hailed by music critics the world over as one of the best albums ever recorded – period), and cult favourites from the legendary Smile album.
Look out too for such great Beach Boy numbers as California Girls, Wouldn't It
Be Nice, All Summer Long, Little Deuce Coupe, Heroes
And Villains and Kokamo that will have you rocking in the aisles.
This blend of five vocals and infectious sun-soaked gems makes for a memorable night to celebrate some of the finest music committed to tape over four decades.
Why would you want to be anywhere else? Tickets from Ticketek.
You can enter by text (write TAC Bootleg Beach Boys tix, plus your name and address, and text it to 021 241 4568) or mail (address to The Bootleg Beach Boys Double Pass Competition and include your name, address and daytime phone number). Deadline is 5pm Friday.
This competition is provided by ‘Fill The House Tickets Project’, proudly supporting families of children with cancer.