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* Princess Pavilion: ĎAC/DCí Christmas Party
Posted Nov 22, 2004 - 03:22 PM
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Events Princess Pavilion, Friday 10th December...

With their batteries fully charged AC/DC tribute LIVE/WIRE will be pumped up and ready for action when they play the Princess Pavilion on Friday 10th December. Billed as the Princess Pavilion Christmas Party it promises to be a great nights' entertainment with all the AC/DC classics old and new including Back in Black, Rosie, Highway to Hell and Thunderstruck.

LIVE/WIRE - a whole lotta AC/DC are a rare band indeed. The onstage rapport amongst the lads and their audience is spot on with lively stage antics and total vocal meltdown. The band is serious about the music they play, if not so serious about themselves, but close your eyes and none come closer to their seriously authentic sound. No wonder, this is the busiest AC/DC tribute in the UK, firmly established on the national circuit and playing to packed venues.
Be at the Pavilion for an early Christmas party and a fantastic fun night of classic rock n roll & boogie. You can make it an extra special occasion with an optional pre-show traditional Christmas Dinner. Show starts 8.30pm Tickets £8 Adv/ £10 Door. Show & Dinner just £15. 01326 211222.

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