The Buddy Holly Story


Buddy Holly; born 1936, passed in 1959. Buddy produced distinctive and influential music which still today, travels the music scene.

All Things Entertainment is proud to present The Buddy Holly Tribute Show with the Great Rock’n’Roll Party on Saturday 18 March 2017. All of Buddy’s top hits and many more will be featured in this fantastic tribute show.

“That’ll Be the Day” was written and recorded in 1957 with The Crickets. 60 years later, this track will hit our stage along with “Peggy Sue”, “It Don’t Matter Anymore”, “Rave On”, “Oh Boy”, “Be Bop a Lula”, and many other favourites. This will then lead into The Great Rock’n’Roll Party and is suited for any talented Rock’n’Roll, Swing & Lindy Bop Dancers.

buddyhollyBuddy Holly’s lasting impact on music is still apparent today. This tribute show travels Australia celebrating Buddy Holly’s life and continually brings his music back to life…in front of live audiences.

This is a tribute show, that’s not to be passed up. Early Bird tickets to this show are on sale for $15 until Wednesday March 1. Tickets will increase to $20 from March 2. So get in early and get them discounted.

Tickets can be purchased from Club Reception or by phoning the Ticket Box Office on (02) 49592011 with credit card payment facilities. Show starts at 8pm (with doors open from 7.30pm)

Why not make a night of it? Make a reservation and Indulge at the Workies prior to the show. Phone: 49592011 to make your reservation. We’ve got a Buddy Holly Seafood Trawler Plate special up for grabs on the night for only $15! Includes hot and cold seafood, condiments and fresh garden salad.

We look forward to partying with you from 8pm in the Toronto Workers Club Auditorium, Saturday 18 March 2017.


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