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3 Exciting Shows for Father Day This September

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 Jul 15th 2018 7:58pm

Elvis The King In Concert The Star Gold Coast

Elvis The King in Concert
Fronted by Elvis Presley sensation Mark Anthony, ELVIS - THE KING IN CONCERT is one of the best Elvis Presley tribute shows on the planet. Mark Anthony has won numerous Elvis Presley competitions, toured all over the world, and has receive nothing but praise for his uncanny live performances as “The King”. This spring, catch him on the Gold Coast when he brings Elvis - The King in Concert to The Star Gold Coast on September 8.

Bobby Kimball
TOTO’s founding member and original singer, Bobby Kimball, comes to the Gold Coast this spring. Famous for being the singer of Toto’s biggest hits, “Africa”, “Down the Line”, and “Rosanna”, Bobby Kimball is a world-class singer that’s continued to impress audiences even as a solo artist. Catch him singing a medley of Toto plus solo material at The Star Gold Coast on September 27.

Killer Queen Experience
Brisbane’s Killer Queen Experience is Australia’s longest running Queen tribute show, and has been praised worldwide for its impressive Queen experience that features world-class musicianship and lookalike Queen members. Killer Queen Experience take to the stage in full Queen outfits and instruments, and perform all of their biggest hits with authentic flair. They’ve been performing since 2003, and have played shows all over the world. This 2018, see them on the Gold Coast at the RSL Club in Southport on September 28.

Give the perfect gift for Father’s Day this September with one of these exciting shows on the Gold Coast. The Gold Coast is a fantastic destination for a memorable break, offering beaches, world-class entertainment, and more in the palm of your hand. Book our Surfers Paradise apartments accommodation for September by just visiting

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