The Australian Bee Gees Show – A Tribute to the Bee Gees Makes Debut at Excalibur Hotel and Casino

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The Australian Bee Gees Show – A Tribute to the Bee Gees, will make its exciting debut at Excalibur Hotel and Casino Tuesday, Feb. 1 when the talented tribute band brings the music of the famous Gibb brothers to the Las Vegas Strip.

Tickets priced at $54.95 and $44.95, plus tax and service fees, are now on sale. Performances are Tuesday-Sunday at 7 p.m. nightly. To charge by phone call (702) 597-7600. Tickets are also available for purchase at the Excalibur box office and online at www.excalibur.com.

The 75-minute multi-media concert event is a contemporary perspective featuring state-of-the-art sound, superb lighting and giant screens featuring video clips, live camera images and stunning graphics. It is the definitive live celebration of five decades of memorable music written by the Brothers Gibb, one of the most successful and adored acts in musical history.

Adam Steck, CEO of SPI Entertainment and producer of the show, said, “I grew up on Bee Gees music so I’m especially thrilled to bring this amazing tribute to Las Vegas. They nail their unbelievable harmonies and the show literally turns into one big sing-along!”

Excalibur’s President and COO Renee West said, “The legacy of the Bee Gees and their music has been incredibly enduring, appealing to generation after generation. This tribute show is sure to be a fun and energetic celebration of music and memories that visitors from around the world will relate to.”

Since 1996, The Australian Bee Gees Show – A Tribute to the Bee Gees has performed to more than 1 million people in sold-out theaters and concert halls across the globe in more than 40 countries. The group’s unbelievable resemblance and sound of the legendary Bee Gees has garnered international kudos from media and show goers alike. The show has become the world’s leading Bee Gees show and Terri Bridge, president of the U.S. Bee Gees Fan Club said, “In my opinion they are the best Bee Gees tribute in the world.”