Big Apachee presents
Vengaboys (NED) Tickets
8:00pm, Fri 18th January, 2013
Max Watts BRISBANE, QLD
ON SALE MONDAY 12 NOVEMBER. + guests Twenty 4 Seven. Having taken Australia by storm in January this year, 90's European chart toppersThe Vengaboys are bringing the Vengabus back for another round of partying in 2013.
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Having taken Australia by storm in January this year, 90's European chart toppersThe Vengaboys are bringing the Vengabus back for another round of partying in 2013.
Originally remembered for a string of Euro-flavoured party anthems like 'Boom Boom Boom'& 'We're Going to Ibiza', the Vengaboys cemented their pop-icon status amongst party people with a slew of sensational sold out shows when they toured Australia earlier this year. Kim, Denise, Donny & Robin had so much fun they couldn't wait to bring the party bus back to the beach for another round of summer fun! So get your fare - the Vengabus is coming back for a special summer surf safari hitting beaches across the country and a few more party places in between.
Despite the make-up, glitter and sailor suits there's no pretence with the Vengaboys: what you see is what you get - 100% percent, tongue in cheek, cheesy pop, performed with a zest for life and a genuine enthusiasm. And that enthusiasm is infectious with even the most cynical hipster party go-er wooed by unstoppable energy and undeniable fun.
Also hopping aboard the Vengabus for the tour will be fellow Dutch party people Twenty 4 Seven. While the name Twenty 4 Seven might not immediately jump to mind, mention of their most famous track 'Slave to the Music' instantly elicits the inevitable "Oh-a nah-nah
hay-a, nah nah-nah hey-a" choral response that indicates true recollection. The track itself dominated global pop charts, going Platinum in Australia, and conquering dance floors around the world. The act was one of the first to mesh traditional hip hop raps with female choruses and mainstream Eurodance beats and Slave to the Music's legacy endures, having been remixed in 2003 by Nick Skitz and re-recorded and re-released by the act again in 2010.
Over 10000 people saw the Vengaboys at nine sold out shows when they toured Australia earlier this year and with Twenty 4 Seven joining them this time around the party is only going to get crazier. So if it will be your first time riding the Vengabus, or you're keen to climb aboard and make a return trip, make sure you get your ticket early.