Wednesday, 23 June 2021

Queen Forever at the Town Hall

Local audiences can prepare to be blown away when the magic that is Queen Forever hits the Swan Hill Town Hall PACC stage on Saturday, 15 May 2021.

Swan Hill Town Hall’s Sharon Brinkman said one of the most powerful and dynamic live acts in music history is recreate on stage in this tribute show with such brilliance and accuracy that audiences will think they are seeing the real thing.

“Queen Forever will perform all of Queen’s biggest hits including Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Radio GaGa, We Will Rock You, We Are The Champions, You’re My Best Friend, Another One Bites The Dust, Fat Bottomed Girls, Don’t Stop Me Now, Somebody to Love, Killer Queen, and of course, Bohemian Rhapsody,” Ms Brinkman said.

Ms Brinkman said the essence of Queen is captured perfectly in the show, fronted by a stunning portrayal of Freddie Mercury by the very popular Gareth Hill.

“Combined with Brian May’s unique guitar solos performed superbly by Scott Bastian, rich sounding rock harmonies and authentic costumes, this highly entertaining stage show with state-of-the-art sound and lighting production will blow you away.

“Whether you are 16 or 60, this show is for you,” she said.

This will be a covidsafe event and current COVID-19 restrictions will apply.

For more information about the show click here or call the Swan Hill Town Hall bookings office on 5036 2384 or visit our facebook or Instagram page.

Event details:

Queen Forever – Break Free Australian Tour 2021

Date: Saturday, 15 May at 8pm

Where: Swan Hill Town Hall

Tickets:  $59

Concession:   

$55 Student, senior and pensioner

Group 8 + $55 per person – paid fully in one transaction

Book online: swanhilltownhall.com,

In person: Swan Hill Town Hall Bookings Office – Monday to Friday 9.00am to 2.30pm

Phone: 5036 2384

Or at the Swan Hill Region Information Centre, phone: 1800 625 373

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