Fans of the 1970s dance music scene will enjoy a special tribute night at The Hall live music venue in Malaga on Saturday 1 August. The venue, which is situated close to the María Zambrano train station, will continue its new summer season with a concert by The Spanish Bee Gees tribute band.
The Spanish Bee Gees recreate the look, sound and vibe of the Bee Gees, reproducing the unique singing style that made the Gibb brothers legends of the international disco scene of the 1970s. Saturday Night Fever, soundtrack to the film of the same name, sold more than 45 million copies, becoming one of the most successful albums in the history of music. Spain's only tribute act to the 'Kings of Disco' will perform many of their greatest hits, including Stayin' Alive, You Should Be Dancing, Tragedy and More Than a Woman.
The concert starts at 10pm and will be seating only. Tickets, which must be reserved in advance, cost ten euros plus booking fee (1.32 euros).
Organisers are recommending early reservations because of audience capacity restrictions. Tickets and information: www.eventbrite.es/e/gran-tributo-a-bee-gees-tickets