Don your flares, add the sequins, and get ready to head back to the 70s for a night of Disco Fever at Gianpula Main Room next month
Tickets are now available online for the biggest boogie night of the year, Disco Fever, at the Gianpula Main Room on 9 November – and it’s all in aid of charity.
Get set to channel your 1970s disco vibe at Malta’s favourite party destination, in a one-night-only event that will feature the world-famous Bee Gees tribute band, the Saturday Night Bee Gees.
Headlining Disco Fever with their internationally-acclaimed powerhouse show, the Saturday Night Bee Gees will channel the disco decade with live performances of classic Bee Gees songs such as Stayin’ Alive and Jive Talkin’, as well as many other mega-hit party dance songs from greats such as Diana Ross, Tina Turner, Sister Sledge, Dionne Warwick, Candi Staton, Frankie Valli, and many more.
To make sure the night fever is stayin’ alive even longer, there will even be a pre- and post-show party with one of the island’s most popular DJs and regular host of Isle of MTV, DJ Ian Lang.
“Whether the sounds of the 70s were the soundtrack of your youth or of your favourite new movie, there’s a little bit of 1970s swagger still in all of us,” says Disco Fever organiser Ankie Ellul. “Grab your tickets today to go back to this epic era of flares, sparkle and dancing for one-night-only of disco fun at the wonderful Gianpula Main Room.”
Every ticket bought to join the boogie at Disco Fever will help support another very important part of Malta’s history: Valletta’s iconic skyline. As per last year’s hugely successful ABBA Revival concert, proceeds from Disco Fever will go towards the Save the Valletta Skyline appeal, which hopes to raise more than €8 million to fund vital restoration work on the tower, spire and structure of St Paul’s Pro-Cathedral in Valletta.
Tickets to Disco Fever are available online now on www.ticketline.com.mt. The event will take place in the Gianpula Main Room, Rabat, on Saturday 9 November 2019, with doors opening at 8pm. Please note that, for licencing reasons, Gianpula Main Room operates a strict ‘no under 17’ policy.