After eight years and more than 2600 performances on the Las Vegas strip, the Australian Bee Gees are bringing their show back to Australia.
As part of their 'Bee Gees Story' world tour, the group will perform a two-hour, multi-media concert at the Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre, from 8pm on Sunday, August 11.
Presented in two parts, the show will deliver some of the supergroup's biggest hits.
Following their much-anticipated trip to Bunbury, the group will weave through Queensland, Victoria, and South Australia.
Founding member Michael Clift, who plays Barry Gibb in the show, said he was eagerly looking forward to returning to Australia and the South-West.
The performer admired the Bee Gees for being able to resonate with fans over many different generations around the world.
"I have always loved the Bee Gees," he said.
"They were not ashamed to write very passionate love songs that connect with a lot of people.
"Their songs are all beautifully written, but their messages are simple - I think that's why they have stood the test of time.
"With each new show, we try to get it as close to the real thing as possible."
Over the past 21 years, the Australian Bee Gees have performed more than 7000 times in over 60 countries.
They are the only Australian group to perform 1000 shows on the Sunset Strip.
The show was recently voted Best Tribute Show in Las Vegas by the Las Vegas Review Journal.
Tickets can be purchased online via bunburyentertainment.com, by phone through 1300 661 272, or at the BREC Box Office.