An Andrews Sisters Tribute

Ticket prices: $45.00

Full Price: $45.00

BankSA Cardholder: $34.50

Concession: $40.00

Companion Card: $0.00

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Duration: 90 min

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1 Venue

Norwood Concert Hall

175 The Parade Norwood, SA, 5067

Content warnings: G

Family Friendly:

Yes

Performance accessibility

  • Suitable for audiences who speak English as a second Language
  • Previous Award Winner

About this event

★★★★★ "A well deserved standing ovation." WOW FM

★★★★★ "A brilliant trip down memory lane." Glam Adelaide

★★★★★ "A polished performance which paid heartfelt homage to a vocal trio who influenced much of popular music today." The Serenade Files

Officially endorsed by the Andrews Sisters Estate in the US, the "golden voiced trio" (Great Scott Media) Three Little Sisters take you on a historical journey giving audiences insight into the lives of Patty, Maxine and Laverne Andrews. Backed by the 10th/27th Battalion Royal South Australian Regiment Band, this 90 minute cabaret spectacular features lead vocalists Tania Savelli, Shelley Pantic & Melanie Smith recreating the iconic close three part harmony sound made famous by The Andrews Sisters. Experience war time nostalgia at its finest.

Presented by:
Three Little Sisters Entertainment

Described as "the golden voiced trio" (Great Scott Media), Adelaide's sweetest songstresses are ready to entertain! This retro vocal trio transport audiences back in time with their stunning mix of voices. Inspired by famous vintage girl vocal groups, The Three Little Sisters are sure to infatuate their audience with their close harmony singing, fun vintage charm and charismatic personalities.

Best known for their award winning hit show "An Andrews Sisters Tribute", the girls have performed at numerous functions and events and were featured on Channel 7's All Together Now where judge Ronan Keating described the act as "good, old fashioned entertainment". An Andrews Sisters Tribute continues to receive rave reviews and was awarded the 2019 Adelaide Fringe Weekly Award for Best Music.

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