Performance dates & times


Running Time 2 hours 10 minutes (including 20 min interval)

Price range

* Concession prices are applicable for Pension Card Holders only. There are no child tickets for this performance. 

Standard

Premium:
$129.00
A-Reserve:
$109.90
B-Reserve:
$98.90

Concessions*

A-Reserve:
$98.90
B-Reserve:
$89.90

Groups 10+

A-Reserve:
$89.90

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The intoxicating tribute to old Havana paying homage to the legends of the Buena Vista Social Club returns for a night of pure passion and undeniable magic!

Following a sell-out International smash hit tour, The Bar at Buena Vista - The Grandfathers of Cuban Music, is set to return to Australia in July 2018 and will once again have patrons dancing in the aisle bringing back to life the Golden era of Cuban music in the 40’s and 50’s.

The Bar at Buena Vista - The Grandfathers of Cuban Music – pays homage to the Buena Vista neighborhood - the famous quarter of Havana and Cuba's music legends, such as the late Compay Segundo and Ruben Gonzalez. It is a dedication to the original spirit of the music of Cuba, the lifeblood of a people whose heritage is as rich as it is old. A cast of Cuba’s most notable and legendary musical greats drawn from the most re-knowned music quarter in the World, Barrio Buena Vista.

The legendary Cuban masters all return together with Cuba’s original diva Siomara Avilla Valdes Lescay. The cast will also include dancing legend Eric Turro, the master of all traditional Cuban dance styles from the 40’s and the 50’s which is a hybrid mixture of Street and Salon styles of dance will also be returning to mesmerise audiences with his moves. Eric will be accompanied by his sensual, sexy dancers.

The Bar at Buena Vista - The Grandfathers of Cuban Music is a passport to another time, another place that takes audiences not the downtown bar of a Havana Club of the 40’s and 50’s – creating a festive cocktail of music and dance, in a night filled with raunchy salsa, rhythms of tropical jazz and Cuban folk music in a show that is as intoxicating as the rum served at the bar on stage.



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