The Ultimate Tribute
- Friday, 15 May 2020 - 8PM
NOTE FROM THE PROMOTER:
Due to unforeseen scheduling commitments, the promoter of Sir Cliff & I has had to re-schedule the event on Friday 15 May 2020 to Saturday 12 December 2020.
However, along with this announcement comes some exciting news!
The postponed show will now feature internationally acclaimed artist Mark Andrew. Andrew is the best known 'ELVIS' in Australia and has an enormous following nation-wide. Get ready for a spectacular evening as Marty Rhone and Mark Andrew pay a breathtaking tribute to two musical legends, the "King of Rock" (Elvis Presley) and the "Prince of Pop" (Sir Cliff Richard).
It has now been over a decade since Marty Rhone presented his record-breaking tribute to the Prince of Pop but after three highly successful years in the US he is once again touring his native homeland and performing to Australian audiences who he describes as the best in the world.
A true legend of the Australian music scene, Marty returns to Australia to present his unparalleled tribute to Sir Cliff Richard which has broken records everywhere it has played. From the producers that brought you the ELVIS King of the World spectacular comes a show of equal quality featuring the best that today’s technology can deliver.
The show will feature all of Sir Cliff’s greatest hits including Devil Woman, Wired for Sound, Young Ones and Summer Holiday. Marty will also perform his own mega hits, including Denim & Lace, A Mean Pair of Jeans and the number one songs from his ‘outstanding’ first US country album.
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However if you cannot make the rescheduled date, please contact your original point of purchase before Friday 11 December, so a refund can be organised for you.
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The promoter apologises for any inconvenience incurred, and is hopeful that you will be able to attend this amazing and much anticipated event on the new date - Saturday 12 December
Second Half 9:20pm*
*Times are approximate and subject to change at any time.
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