The Q

Wild Goat Entertainment presents

Good Morning Vietnam: Volume 2

5 Mar 23

The B

After a sold-out performance in 2022, Good Morning Vietnam returns in 2023 with Volume 2!

Overview

Dates

5 March 2023, 2pm

Venue

The B

Running time

150mins, incl. 20min interval

Audience advice

Contains haze and images of soldiers

Tickets

$35 – $64.90

Concession tickets must show ID

Adult$64.90
Concession$59.90
Groups 6+$59.90ea
U16$35
Concession price includes DVA / White Card holders and ADF Employees.

Description

Classification

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From the creator of Good Morning Vietnam, Music from the Vietnam War Era – Live in Concert comes the much anticipated sequel, Good Morning Vietnam, Music from the Vietnam War Era – Volume 2!

With even more hits of the 60s and 70s to groove along to… songs like Run Through the Jungle, Ring of Fire, Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress, White Rabbit, Reflections, Chain of Fools, House of the Rising Sun, Imagine, Sunshine of Your Love, Turn Turn Turn, Hold On I’m Coming… and many more!

The Good Morning Vietnam, Music from the Vietnam War Era team once again expertly deliver authentic and true to form renditions of songs by Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Four Tops, Diana Ross, The Hollies, The Beatles, Johnny Cash, The Byrds, Cream, The Doors, The Rolling Stones, Jefferson Airplane, Ronnie Burns, The Kinks and more from a huge array of iconic artists from the era!


Come and join us for another incredible afternoon of music and memories. Good Morning Vietnam, Music from the Vietnam War Era – Volume 2 continues to pay tribute to our veterans while delivering popular music that shaped an era and defined a generation. Good Morning Vietnam, Music from the Vietnam War Era – Vol 2 proudly supports Guitars for Vets Australia, with $1 from every ticket sold being donated to their incredible guitar program.

The best Sunday afternoon of 2022! Definitely a show I would see again and again. The vibe in the room was fantastic and to have our vets honoured and shake the hands of those around me that served was an honour. Thank you.

Michelle