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An Entertaining Evening With Australian Bee Gees

MOOD FOR DANCING!

Aaron called up to book two tickets for the Australian Bee Gees who are performing at the Excalibur Hotel at 7pm.  Both of us got ready and hopped on the shuttle bus which took us to Tropicana Hotel and from there, we walked across to the Excalibur.  We reached there an hour early and walked around to pass the time. 

At 7pm sharp, we were ushered into the concert hall which is actually not a very big hall.  Aaron bought the front row tickets for $75 each, not very sure....and for the first time in history, we watched the live performance at a very close range!  LOL...  Then the show began.... with all my favourite songs being sung by the Australian Bee Gees.... I really enjoyed the show tremendously!  Too bad I miss the Celine Dion performance, not the right timing again..... but I am glad that I came to watch Bee Gees though they are not the original ones, their voices sound exactly the same....

Me and Aaron at the front... 
Two Malaysians out of the many... 


And the show began..... 


Most of us sing along to their songs... all very familiar ones....
And everyone was invited to dance for the last three songs....
We have to stand up and dance to the song 
"You Should Be Dancing"
What fun!!
And the signing of momentos and photos after the one hour plus of entertainment....
Night scene as we walked back to the Tropicana to wait for the shuttle bus....
Yes, it was a fun and entertaining night.... 
Thank You!!


Comments

  1. Aaron and you didn't take picture with them?

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  2. I LOVED the Bee Gees! Growing up, I bought all their albums. It is so sad that there is only one left now. This group must have amazing voices and harmony!

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  3. I love their songs. Lively and catchy.

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  4. I bet you sang your heart out, along with all the songs! Oldies but goodies!

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  5. memorable time with Aaron in LV!

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  6. Lovely night watching concert with Aaron, I love to listen to English songs too

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  7. I love Bee Gees songs such as Staying Alive and How Deep Is Your Love

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  8. The night scene of the city is beautiful!

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