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by Stacey Canavan (subscribe)
I'm a 29 year old female Senior Reporter for Weekend Notes. I Graduated from A Bachelor of Journalism at The University of South Australia in 2013 & completed my Diploma in Photography
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5 Stars - Best Fringe Show, Week 2
Adelaide Fringe Festival
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On Friday 22nd February The 60 Four brought down the house at Sferas. If you have not seen this amazing four-piece Adelaide based male group, then you are missing out. Running as part of Adelaide Fringe Festival, The 60 Four are playing from February 22nd 2019 until March 30th 2019 at 7-7:30pm at various locations. These talented male singers are fast becoming one of South Australia's most popular vocal groups.

This show is a fresh and vibrant celebration of the '60s but not by the baby boomers you would be expecting. This group is made up of Generation Y members Lachlan Williams, Kyle Hall and Jack Conroy and led and directed by Ben Francis. The group formed at Scotch College and have been making music together ever since.

Having seen The 60 Four previously I was interested to see how they could upgrade such a successful last season show. The boys have added Motown and female artists to this list and this has pushed them over the top. At such an age they are so talented and love what they're doing. They make their way into the audience and sing to their fans and even join them on the dance floor for the twist. Something that really stood out wasn't the fact that these guys had a fan club with t-shirts saying 'Fans of the 60 Four' but the fact that they called out to there regulars by name to say a special thank you for coming to another show.

Each individual brings something special to the group and as a whole, they make up something amazing. Hall has cheeky facials and incredible dance moves that could put Elvis to shame; Williams has a voice that could spot a room; Conroy has star quality; and Francis has years of experience behind him and this shows but that voice was made to be celebrated through the music of Frankie Valli.

These boys present a harmony that is easy listening while dressed up fine in suits with dance moves to match. I have never seen anything like the dance moves these boys can pull off; it's the way boy bands used to be and they are bringing it back in style.

The show paid tribute to The King - Elvis, Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Simon & Garfunkel, The Monkees, Stevie Wonder and for the first time Dusty Springfield, The Supremes, Martha Reeves and Tina Turner.

Thee 60 Four are incredible with vocals and dance moves to match. This year's Fringe show has put the bar very high for what comes next. 5/5 Stars - Best Fringe Show, Fringe week 2. Don't miss your chance to see The 60 Four at one of their six remaining shows at this years Adelaide Fringe.

March 2nd 2019 7:30pm at Top of the Ark at Arkaba Hotel
March 3rd 2019 at 7:00pm at Institute Theatre
March 7th 2019 at 7:30pm at Gerard Pavilion Upper at South Australian Jockey Club - Morphettville Racecourse
March 9th 2019 at 7:30pm at Victor Harbor Town Hall
March 16th 2019 at 7:30pm at Norwood Concert Hall
March 30th 2019 at 7:30pm at Mount Gambier City Hall

Full Price: $35.00 to $54.95
Concession: $15.00 to $49.95
Child: $25.00 to $29.95
Family: $108.00 to $150.00
Companion Card: $0.00
BankSA Customer: $27.00

Tickets are on sale now at Tickets purchased online can be collected from The FringeTIX Box Office, Self-Collect locations, or posted out for a small fee.

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When: March 1st - 30th
Where: Various locations
Cost: $35 - $54.95
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