Skip to main content

Redcliffe told to get ready for superstar visit and 10,000 fans

File photo: Barry Gibb when he was in Redcliffe for the unveiling of Bee Gees Way stage one. Photo: Peter Wallis
UP TO 10,000 Bee Gees fans are expected to storm Redcliffe for Barry Gibb’s visit during the Redcliffe Festival — and traders are being urged to get ready now for one of their busiest days of the year.

Gibb will be in Redcliffe on September 11 for the unveiling of stage two of Bee Gees Way.
Moreton Bay Region Industry and Tourism marketing and public relations director Belinda Boyce said there would be plenty of vantage points on the day for fans to grab a glimpse of the famous singer.

This time fans will get closer to Barry with a stage positioned down near the Redcliffe Jetty, where Barry will arrive before making his way towards Bee Gees Way,” Ms Boyce said.
“There will also be screens displaying live footage along the street.”
All the excitement kicks off at 1pm with stage entertainment.
Gibb will arrive at 2pm and official proceedings are expected to be completed by 4pm.
Ms Boyce said fans would start arriving in Redcliffe from 8am.
“We recommend (traders) consider what extra staff they might need on the day and over the weekend,” she said.
“This is a perfect opportunity to showcase our bustling Redcliffe CBD precinct, our fantastic cafes, shops and restaurants.”
Redcliffe Festival runs from August 29 to September 13
Barry Gibb visit on September 11
2014 festival attracted 50,000 people
2015 festival should attract 70,000 people and up to $11 million to the local economy
For more information on Redcliffe Festival visit redcliffefestival.com.au






Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Meaning of Songs

Clos
THE MEANING OF SONGSCollaborator:Stephan KoenigALONE (1997) BARRY GIBB: What the song's really about is that little child inside. It's that abstract feeling we all have that no matter how close or how many relatives we have or how many people around us we love, we still feel alone. There's an aloneness about all of us. That "How do I, why is it always end up alone?" Well, I'm not alone, but I might feel alone, that no one really thinks the way I do. I guess that's because everybody's unique in their own way. We all do feel the same way about most things, but why is it that nobody feels the same way I do about everything? So you're alone. You have that feeling sometimes.

BARKER OF THE UFO (1967)
MAURICE GIBB: Always with experimentation in mind, this was a fun time. The memories of this session will always be remembered. I loved the tuba and reverse cymbal effect.

BLUE ISLAND (1993)
BARRY GIBB: The other side…

Barry Gibb: Let It Rain Gala

Barry Gibb: Let It Rain Gala
january 23Th 2004
Barry Gibb was the guest artist at the Let It Rain Gala hosted by Lea and Roy Black to benefit the Bay Point School (Key Biscayne, Miami). Bay Point School is a boarding school program for students with behaviour problems.

He sang:

1. Memphis, Tennesse
2. Be Bop A Lula
3. Will You Love Me Tomorrow?
4. Words
5. I Can't Stop Loving You
6. To love somebody
7. Islands In The Stream
8. You'll Never Walk Alone
9. Stayin' Alive / You Should Be Dancing
Jon Warech wrote this review for the
Friday Night Fever

Criminal defense attorney Roy Black and wife Lea hosted a charity gala event at their gorgeous Coral Gables home last Friday to raise funds for Bay Point Schools, a boarding school for troubled teens. Named the “Let It Rain” Gala because of last years downpour during party hours, the evening brought out 450 of South Florida’s elite with ticket packages ranging from $500 to $10,000. All it was raining was money this year, as …

The Gibb Collective (Official) Album Teaser 1

ThGibb Family Honors Their Legacy With Bee Gees Tribute Album

The children of all four brothers Gibb record an album of classic songs for release in 2017 The rich musical legacy of the Bee Gees and their brother Andy Gibb continues to entertain millions of fans across the globe, and today the next generation of Gibbs announced a project honoring their music with new interpretations of classic songs. Spearheaded by Maurice’s daughter Samantha and producer Lazaro Rodriguez, the project features contributions from ten different members of the family including children of all four brothers - Maurice, Robin, Andy, and Barry, who released his third solo album this year.

Sparked by Samantha and Lazaro creating one Bee Gees cover on their own, and long awaiting the right time to do a tribute, they realized the musical potential here and that it was time to do something more. Samantha reached out to her siblings and cousins and very quickly they all agreed to take part. “Everyone wanted t…