Put your dancing shoes on and get ready to boogie because a Bee Gees tribute band will playing at Gianpula Main Room this Saturday.
The Saturday Night Bee Gees have been brought to Malta to raise money for the Save Valletta’s Skyline appeal, which is seeking to crowdsource funds for the restoration of the capital’s picturesque St Paul’s Anglican Pro-Cathedral.
“For many people, the disco fever of the ‘70s was the soundtrack of their youth, and for a younger generation it’s still being revived by movies and TV shows of the era,” organiser Kirsten Grenside said. “We can’t wait to bring the disco decade back to the incredible Gianpula Main Room – somewhere everyone can let their hair down and boogie the night away for a great cause!”
“Valletta’s skyline is an iconic view that defines Malta, and Valletta is a treasure that everyone is justifiably proud of; unique, magnificent and a reminder to the world of Malta’s history and importance to Europe’s destiny.”
“Through the power of disco, we hope this fun-filled, boogie-tastic night will raise even more to help save the skyline.”
With a career spanning from the 60s to the early noughties, the Bee Gees are renowned for disco tracks like Stayin’ Alive, Tragedy and If I Can’t Have You and more melodic tracks such as For Whom The Bell Tolls, How Deep Is Your Love and the immortal Immortality.
This will be the second ‘Disco Fever’ event at Gianpula to raise money for the Save Valletta’s Skyline fundraiser, after last year’s ABBA Revival concert, which attracted almost 1,000 revellers.
Disco Fever tickets are available now on www.ticketline.com.mt, with early bird discounts available until 30 September. The event will take place at Gianpula Main Room, Rabat, on Saturday 9 November 2019, with doors opening at 8pm. Please note that, for licencing reasons, Gianpula Main Room operates a strict ‘no under 17’ policy.