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Two great acts - one night only at SKYCITY Theatre

Two great acts - one night only at SKYCITY Theatre

The Drifters

*****


For the first time ever and for one night only internationally renowned acts Billy Washington's The Drifters and The Searchers are coming to SKYCITY Theatre.

This is a unique opportunity to experience the thrills and magic of these hugely popular acts under the same roof.

Billy Washington's The Drifters will perform classics including > '> Under the Boardwalk Up on the Roof and Save the Last Dance for Me
to name a few.

The Searchers

*****


With guitarist and singer Spencer James and drummer Eddie Rothe joining original band members John McNally and Frank Allen, The Searchers, who begin their world tour in New Zealand, will perform classic rock ' n roll hits including Needles and PinsSweets for my Sweet and 'Sugar and Spice.

Billy Washington's The Drifters and The Searchers visit SKYCITY Theatre for one night only on Tuesday, 29 January at 7.30pm. Tickets cost $49 and are available from Ticketek at www.ticketek.co.nz or by phoning 0800 842 538. This show will sell out fast so book now to avoid disappointment.

ENDS


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