Dr Hook are back and celebrating forty years since their huge 1977 hit ‘WALK RIGHT IN’ topped the Australian charts. The Australian leg of the ‘Timeless’ World Tour in 2015 sold out, so by popular demand the band are delighted to be announcing their ‘Walk Right In 2017’ tour will be returning to the Gold Coast’s Jupiters Theatre. Dr Hook are still led by original lead vocalist, the legendary Dennis Locorierre, whose unique voice on such memorable No. 1 hits ‘Sylvia’s Mother’ and ‘Walk Right In’, made the band world famous. Those two songs are just the tip of the iceberg of what fans can expect in a 2 1/2 hour concert which features all of their 10+ Top 20 hits, such as ‘Cover of Rolling Stone’, ‘Only Sixteen’, ‘The Millionaire’, ‘Baby Makes Her Blue Jeans Talk’, ‘When You’re in Love with a Beautiful Woman’, ‘A Little Bit More’, ‘Sharing the Night Together’, and of course the bands own tribute to Australia ‘The Wild Colonial Boy’.
Dennis Locorriere says it best “I know that people love the Dr Hook sound on those original recordings and that's what we're bringing back to them, just the way they remember it and want to hear it performed live”.
Watch Dr Hook at Jupiters Hotel and Casino on June 2. Our 3 Bedroom Apartments Broadbeach is just minutes away from Jupiters.
We have a great selection of apartments. The one bedroom apartment features a balcony, a living area, a full kitchen, laundry facilities, and more. The one bedroom apartment caters to a maximum of three adults. We also have two bedroom apartments which feature two balconies, two bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, laundry facilities, a comfortable living area, and more. Ideal for five guests, our two bedroom apartments are perfect for families.
Aside from our fully furnished apartments, we also have guest facilities. The guest facilities include a heated outdoor swimming pool and spa, sauna room, tennis court, barbecue and entertainment area, secure car park, security intercom, and tour desk.
For booking information, please visit http://boulevardnorth.etourism.net.au
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