Two tribute shows are set to take to the stage at King’s Lynn Corn Exchange.
The Money for Nothing show of Dire Straits hits should have the audience rocking in the aisles on Friday, June 15.
Meticulous attention to detail has been paid to recreate the distinct sounds of the band, which has sold more than 120 million albums worldwide.
The performance will start at 7.30pm and tickets cost £23.50.
If you’re not a Dire Straits fan you might be interested in Barry Steele’s tribute the following evening, Saturday, June 16 to the late great Roy Orbison.
Steele’s take’s on the role in The Roy Orbison Story comes with great credentials to commemorate this legend who died 30 years ago.
It has been billed as an upbeat and contemporary slant on Orbison’s legacy in which Barry and friends take audiences on a musical journey from the early years through to the late 1980s.
The show promises a night of solid gold hits and some other contemporary songs. It also features original material written but never sung by Orbison and showcases orchestral elements of this year’s Orbison hologram tour.
The cast of singers and musicians will also perform chart-busting hits from Jerry Lee Lewis, Procol Harum, Del Shannon, Chris Isaak, The Spencer Davis Group and The Traveling Wilburys.
The performance starts at 7.30pm and tickets are £23.
Book tickets at the Corn Exchange box office on 01553 764864 for these and other productions at the Tuesday Market Place venue.