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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Dreams returns to Moruya Fri Nov 30

FLEETWOOD MAC “DREAMS” show will definitely be a sell out at The Waterfront on 30 November. If you want to be part of this, you need to pre purchase tix at South Coast tickets or at The Waterfront in the next few days..... Mark Ethel of the Waterfront says "you have been warned, we have been inundated with tix pre sales for this event... Free buses in and return home from both Batemans Bay via Malua/ Tomakin/Brou and Narooma via Bodalla/ Tuross and Bingi will be running. "We had over 300 come to this event last year so we can only sell a limited number of tix due to strict venue capacity." At Moruya the response to last years's gig was overwhelming...

Rodney Maxted - "Awesome pub band I've seen since 1982"

Shane Brooke - "Was a great atmosphere and probably the best cover band I have seen"

Mark Ethel - "Moved to Moruya just on 3 years ago, have to say last night was by far the best night for live music I have ever enjoyed as the owner/ publican/ licensee in Moruya. Just such a good crowd as well as an awesome band to make the night happen!!"

DREAMS return to The Moruya Waterfront and will take you back to re-live one of the legendary bands and performers of the seventies and eighties, Fleetwood Mac and Stevie Nicks. Featuring a talented group of musicians dedicated to the task of bringing this era, this sound to the stage for all to enjoy. Annette Zavesa, as the mysterious Stevie Nicks, Andrea Vox is perfect as Christine Mcvie, Wayne Daniels portrays the artistic Song & Guitar man – Lindsay Buckingham, Roger Warrior as the Bassist – John McVie, Pete Rundle on the keys and as for the powerful drum sound of Mick Fleetwood, – superbly delivered by Ralph Calefati.

Tickets On SALE NOW ONLINE via South Coast Tickets for $20 Presale - $25 at the door (Unless SOLD OUT)

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