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Pakenham Racecourse is inviting guests to put on their dancing shoes to celebrate the Bee Gees Revival Night Fever show on Saturday 7 October.
With great dinner and show packages available, this is the chance to relive those great disco hits in a night the racecourse is dubbing as The Bee Gees @ the Home of the Gee Gees.
Get that stayin’ alive fever and book tickets now for a great value three-hour show featuring all the Bee Gees’ greatest hits.
Dinner and show tickets start from $70, with show only tickets at $35.
For $35 guests are invited to enjoy the Bee Gees in the night’s standing area which is close to the bar.
Drinks will be at bar prices along with a small selection of nibbles to purchase on the night including fruit and cheese share platters, seafood share platters and more.
The $75 ticket option assures that guests will experience the show in style.
Not only does this package include tickets to the show but also a two-course dinner (main and dessert) and one complimentary drink voucher for a house beverage.
Finally, the $95 ticket provides the ultimate Bee Gees’ VIP experience.
These tickets includes front row seating by the stage, a photo with the Bee Gees band members, a lovely two-course meal (main and desert) and two free drink vouchers for house beverages.
Tables seat up to eight guests however groups of less than eight may be required to share a table.
The Bee Gees will be playing at the Pakenham Racing Club on Saturday 7 October with gates opening at 6pm.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit country.racing.com/pakenham.
Alternatively, phone 5940 6600.

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