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December 4, 2022

Killer Queen & Bowie

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the greatest hits of Queen & David Bowie all on one night.

For the first time, two of Australia’s favourite live acts – The Killer Queen Experience, and Bowie, starring Jeff Duff – come together to perform the greatest hits of Queen & David Bowie on one night for their Lap of the Gods 2022 Tour.

Killer Queen Experience are recognised around the globe as the leading Queen Tribute Band after meeting Brian May and Roger Taylor from Queen in 2020, while Jeff Duff is ‘Flamboyant, eccentric, charming with a stunning voice,[and] is one of the greatest entertainers Australia has produced’ – Molly Meldrum.

Saturday 8pm, Ballina RSL. ballinarsl.com.au


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