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Elvis The King in Concert - September 8
In all of Australia there’s few that exude “THE KING” better than Adelaide-based Mark Anthony. Ever since a young boy, Mark Anthony found himself with a predilection for Elvis’ hits, and it wasn’t long before he found a natural talent for singing and portraying him with raw energy on the stage. Mark Anthony leads one of the best Elvis Presley tribute concerts in the world, and has received acclaim from diehard Elvis fans from all over. He’s won numerous awards and contests, and is officially recognised by the Elvis Presley Enterprises as one of the best Elvis singer-impersonators on the planet. This spring, don’t miss Mark Anthony in ELVIS - The King in Concert at The Star Gold Coast on September 8.
Postmodern Jukebox - September 25
Postmodern Jukebox, or PMJ, come to Australia this August and it’s not to be missed for a unique live experience that takes all the most recent pop music songs and recreates them with a classy swing and jazz spin. Formed by Scott Bradlee in 2011, Postmodern Jukebox soon became a viral hit with its multiple “vintage” covers of modern pop songs, and has since seen them tour the world with a rotating collective of world-class performers. See Postmodern Jukebox performing in Australia at The Star Gold Coast on September 25.
Bobby Kimball - September 26
Fans of rock band TOTO are not to miss Bobby Kimball on the Gold Coast this spring, the man famous for being the band’s original singer from 1976 to 1984. Bobby Kimball sung Toto’s biggest hits, “Africa”, “Hold the Line”, and “Rosanna”, which have become recognisable classics all over the world. This spring, catch Bobby Kimball performing at The Star Gold Coast, backed by Australia’s own Choirboys for a one-off performance on September 26.
Don’t miss Mark Anthony, Postmodern Jukebox, and Bobby Kimball at The Star Gold Coast this September by booking our Gold Coast apartment accommodation. For more information on Ocean Royale Holiday Apartments visit https://oceanroyale.etourism.net.au.
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