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Twin Towns to become The Lions Den for one night only

The Lions Den will perform at Twin Towns Services Club on January 8. Photo: Contributed
The Lions Den will perform at Twin Towns Services Club on January 8. Photo: Contributed Contributed

FOR a cheap and fabulous day out head to Twin Town Services Club where The Lions Den will return to the stage.

They will perform the celebrated music of Doo-Wop male groups and artists when they perform their latest fully produced concert accompanied by their full seven piece show band.

Three individually acclaimed and award-winning performers Joel Gonzales, David Mallari and Lloyd Saniel make up the group.

They're excited about heading to Twin Towns.

"We are always thrilled performing to our local Gold Coast audience, many of whom have watched and supported each of us over the three years," Gonzales said.

"Many of them missed out on our last sold out show so we are excited that the Gold Coast will once again have the opportunity to see our latest show complete with our seven-piece show band, just as they should."

This latest gig is a high-energy feel good showcase with amazing harmonies.

All the classics will be in there including hits from The Platters, The Drifters, The Temptations and many more.

Tickets are $5 for members and $10 for non-members.

To book your spot at the 10.30am, January 8 show contact Twin Towns on 1800 014 014.

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