Four By Four – The Holiday Show includes more than 50 songs by icons of pop music culture. Photo contributed

Las Vegas style ‘The Holiday Show’ in Red Deer Nov. 28

It’s all about the music, and it is back by popular demand.

Four By Four – The Holiday Show features four top Las Vegas-based performers who celebrate in person the music of The Beach Boys, The Beatles, The Bee Gees and Motown.

Their performance will feature more than 50 legendary songs from these great icons of pop music culture, all in one Las Vegas-style show.

The concert includes feel-good songs such as I Want To Hold Your Hand, Twist and Shout, How Deep Is Your Love, Stayin’ Alive, Surfin USA, Help Me Rhonda, Please Mister Postman, and Stop! In The Name of Love.

The stars of Four by Four sing and dance their way through all of the greatest hits of these pop icons in a fully choreographed production that includes holiday favourites that were played by these groups.

Tickets are on sale now for the Nov. 28 show at the Memorial Centre in Red Deer. For tickets, go online to tickets.blackknightinn.ca.

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