THE SOUND of the 1970s is coming to the region with the Australian Bee Gees Show performing at the Horsham Town Hall.
The group’s Saturday Night Fever 40th anniversary show pays tribute to the music of the Gibbs brothers.
Michael Clift, who plays Barry Gibb, said the show would have a nostalgic vibe with ‘70s costumes and music.
The show will be presented in two parts and feature all of the hits in a trip down memory lane in a multimedia concert event.
Mr Clift said the show had been revamped many times over the past 20 years.
“Our group formed in Melbourne 21 years ago and we have spent the past seven years playing in Las Vegas,” he said.
“We are always looking at different ways of presenting the show and each year we choose a different theme.
“We’ve been planning this show for a couple of years now in preparation for the 40th anniversary.”
Mr Clift said he was looking forward to coming to Horsham.
“Tickets are selling really well and we always have a good time in Horsham,” he said.
Mr Clift said the show was perfect for anyone who liked the Bee Gees or ‘70s music in general.
“It’s all about celebrating a milestone and having some fun,” he said.
The Australian Bee Gees Show has racked up more than 2000 performances in Las Vegas.
They were the first Australian band to perform 1000 shows and have spent the past 20 years on the world stage.
The show will be at the Horsham Town Hall on September 2.
Mr Clift said tickets were available from horshamtownhall.com.au.