Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons tribute act at Diss Corn Hall
11:36 17 May 2012
Let’s Hang On – The world’s No 1 Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons tribute act will perform in Diss on Saturday, June 2.
Let’s Hang On – The world’s No 1 Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons tribute act will take to the stage at Diss Corn Hall on Saturday, June 2, at 7.30pm.
It is an unforgettable musical journey through the prolific career of one of the most successful bands of all time.
The show follows the remarkable story of the “Jersey Boys” – blue-collar boys from the wrong side of the tracks, who wrote their own songs, invented their own sound and took the world by storm – all before the age of 30.
Beginning atmospherically with a street corner scene in New Jersey, four guys sitting on some steps under a street lamp singing doo wop, the show builds to a party-time climax of non-stop hits.
Featuring all the classic tracks Rag Doll, Sherry, Walk Like a Man, Big Girls Don’t Cry, Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, Grease, Working My Way Back To You, Who Loves You, Bye Bye Baby and many many more…
Tickets £15.50. Box Office www.disscornhall.co.uk, 01379 652241 or visit 11am-4pm, Monday-Saturday.
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