Plan your year-end celebration today. Book a Palm Beach holiday accommodation at Princess Palm on the Beach and have easy access to Currumbin RSL's New Year’s Eve celebrations.
On the last day of the year, there are two free live entertainment you can catch at Currumbin RSL. First on the line is Magnetic Force.
Dance all night with Mark Lyford and Dale-Marie, the irresistible Magnetic Force duo. With Dale-Marie infectious style and Mark's guitar works, the duo makes sure to entertain the guests with their favourite music from the 70's to today's top hits. Magnetic Force will be taking the stage at 4pm.
Following Magnetic Force is another talented duo. Soniiq is made up of Louie Shelton on guitar and Atalie Cutajar on vocals.
Louie Shelton may not be a household name but his contribution to the music industry led to his induction into the Musician’s Hall Of Fame in October 2009. His guitar works which has been heard by many since the mid 60's include Lionel Richie's Hello, Jackson 5's I Want You Back, and The Monkees' Last Train to Clarksville. The other half of the duo, Atalie Cutajar has a smooth and flawless vocals. Guests will surely enjoy their blend and vibe which happens from 8:30pm leading to the New Year.
Besides these two free live music, Currumbin RSL is also showcasing a special entertainment – the NYE with a bang!
When you book a ticket for this event, you get to enjoy a complimentary glass of sparkling on your arrival. When the clock strikes 6:30pm, doors and bar will open while dinner will be served at 7:15pm. Come 8pm, get ready for some New Year's Eve dazzling entertainment.
Rock out to the Bee Gees tribute band followed by the internationally acclaimed show – ABBA Rebjorn. To mark the end and the start of a new year, ‘Fireworx’ will be showcasing a magnificent and well choreographed fireworks display.
The Currumbin RSL is located at 165 Duringan Street, Currumbin. It is just a few minutes from our Princess Palm Currumbin Resort. To avoid hassle, book your stay early. Enter your stay dates here: http://princesspalm.etourism.net.au/