12/01/2020 - Marlin Hotel, Ulladulla
$18 + BF
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Dreams returns to Ulladulla January 12, 2020 on the back of their 2018 sellout shows in Ulladulla & Moruya & 2019 Sellout Show at the Tomakin Club.
It’s a Fleetwood Holiday Season Party! You will once again re-live one of the legendary bands and performers of the seventies and eighties, Fleetwood Mac and Stevie Nicks. Featuring a talented group of musicians dedicated to the task of bringing this era, this sound to the stage for all to enjoy.
Annette Zavesa is the mysterious Stevie Nicks, Krissy Linehan on keys and vocals is perfect as Christine Mcvie, Wayne Daniels portrays the artistic Song & Guitar man – Lindsay Buckingham, Roger Warrior as the Bassist – John McVie, Pete Rundle on the keys and the powerful drum sound of Mick Fleetwood, – superbly delivered by Andy Marchant.
Sharon Halliday said of her Dreams Show experience at the bands August 2019 sellout Tomakin show on the South Coast:
“I’ve been to a lot of concerts in my 40 years, but the Dreams Show–Tribute to Fleetwood Mac and Stevie Nicks–will go down in my books as one of the most memorable. These guys were seriously good. The electric atmosphere was evenly matched by the musicians’ playing prowess and the singers’ vocals. As a tribute band, this group is in a league of their own.”
Julie Knipler “Wow, I was blown away with the talent up on stage! You guys were amazing.Thank you for a great night.”
Rod Upton – “My wife and I have seen Fleetwood Mac on several occasions and this band is as good as the real thing. Best $20 you will ever spend!”
Rodney Maxted – “Awesome gig….best pub band I’ve seen since 1982”
Shane Brooke – “Was a great atmosphere and probably the best cover band I have seen”
Maralyn Callaghan “I saw the original band in 1977 in Sydney. The Tribute show really brings back wonderful memories of seeing those amazing individuals bring their talents together to make each and every song performance seem such an easy thing. They were just so good at their craft. Dreams Tribute show are as close as I will come to the ‘real thing’ again.”