For those about to rock in Seaton ...we salute you!

18:30 28 November 2014

The ZZ Tops

The ZZ Tops

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For Those About To Rock is coming to Seaton Town Hall, the high energy rock n boogie tour with the ZZ Tops and Live/Wire - the AC/DC show.

Now in its fourth year, For Those About To Rock will have its second time in Seaton at the town hall on Saturday, December 20.

The ZZ Tops are a unique three-man tribute to rock music’s best known Texan boogie band.

They are bringing a tour with more tone,taste and tenacity than ever before, complete with their real beards, the crazy guitars, the moves and an hour-and-a-half of hot rodded rock ‘n’ roll.

All eras of ZZ Top are included in the same show.

Packing the classics like Gimme All Your Lovin’, Sharp Dressed Man, Legs, Tush, LaGrange, Rough Boy and many more into the night’s rock extravaganza !

Then LiveWire AC/DC, which is a six-man tribute to rock’s greatest band AC/DC, complete with trademark cannons, a wall of Marshalls and two hours of high voltage rock and roll.

And in AC/DC’s fortieth year, the band cover both eras with both Bon Scott and Brian Johnson present to take you on the rock and roll train for a night to remember.

Both bands aim to put you slap bang in the middle of the show with hit after hit, and for the aficionados there’s always something special as well.

Tickets are available from Seaton Town Hall box office on 01297 625699 and also via paypal from www.thezztops.com

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