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This tribute to Dire Straits will have you dancing all night
The Palace Theatre is showcasing an amazing tribute act this weekend to one of the best loved rock bands of all time. If you lived for the 80s music scene you will not want to miss this weekend's event.
As a tribute to Dire Straits Money for Nothing is a concert for true fans of the band. You might think you are listening to the original and not a tribute act as the band have put in lots of detail and practice to recreate the music of Dire Straits. The night will be filled with songs that everyone knows and loves including Money for Nothing, Brothers in Arms and So Far Away. They have a lot of music to choose from with the band having six platinum albums. All the hits will be included so this is the perfect night for fans to sing and dance along to the classics.
Popular in the 80's Dire Straits is a British band that sold over 120 million albums worldwide, becoming one of the most successful bands in the world. They were constantly featured in the music charts with people loving all their songs and albums. With fans still loving their music today this event is set to be a popular night. It's time to re-live the 80s and enjoy a concert which will be filled with nostalgia. New and original lovers of the rock band can enjoy all the classics and see this uncanny tribute act perform. Come along and enjoy a night you will not forget, full of amazing music and guitar riffs you won't be able to get out of your head.
Taking place on Saturday 13th January 2018 at 7.30pm, tickets cost £25.50. The concert will be held at the Palace Theatre. Usually showing plays, this concert will be a great chance to see something different at this venue. This will be an unforgettable night.
The venue on Oxford Street is easy to get to via public transport either via the metrolink or bus and there are also numerous car parks close to the theatre. Why not make a night of it by visiting one of the many pubs or restaurants on Oxford road. This is a great weekend activity for music lovers.
Get down to the Palace Theatre and get ready to rock out!