Meyer Catches Sunday Night Fever with a Bee Gees Tribute

The Palm Beach Post Sunday at the Meyer 2008 Concert Series
Meyer Catches Sunday Night Fever with a Bee Gees Tribute

 (September 22, 2008 – West Palm Beach, FL) – On Sunday, September 28, guests to the Meyer Amphitheatre will catch Sunday Night Fever as this month’s Sunday at the Meyer concert pays tribute to the Bee Gees & other great 70’s disco music.  Guests should grab their platform shoes and polyester threads, and get ready for some jive talking and disco dancing to the fun-loving music of the mirrored-ball era in downtown West Palm Beach.

PERFORMER:  STAYIN’ ALIVE – A Tribute to the Bee Gees & 70’s Disco Show, www.suncoastentertainment.biz
DATE:   Sunday, September 28, 2008
TIME:   4:30 PM to 7:30 PM
LOCATION:  Meyer Amphitheatre in Downtown West Palm Beach

STAYIN’ ALIVE is a class-act show with songs and costuming recreating the Bee Gees of the 60’s to the Saturday Night Fever white suits of the 70’s.  STAYN’ ALIVE captures the look, the sound, the energy, the personality and the magic that defines one of the most successful and adored acts in musical history – the Brothers Gibb.  Performing to worldwide audiences, STAYIN’ ALIVE is also a powerhouse disco dance band covering various disco dance hits of the 70’s complete with choreography and a costume change that includes lots of flash and glitter. 

Patrons to The Palm Beach Post Sunday at the Meyer concerts can also enjoy a number of FREE features this season while enjoying great entertainment:

FREE Concert featuring great entertainment
FREE Parking at all City parking lots, meters and garages
FREE Kid’s Activities with lots of fun including hoola hoops, sidewalk chalk, etc.
FREE Treats from the Mayor as she passes out fresh baked cookies to the crowd
FREE Chance to Win a $250 CityPlace gift card & an NYC getaway with $1000 shopping spree!

Residents and visitors do not need to pinch their pennies any more!  Guests can come and enjoy Sunday afternoons at the Meyer with Fab Tunes, A Cool Scene and Good Vibes along the picturesque Flagler Drive waterfront in downtown West Palm Beach – all for FREE!  Guests are also welcome to bring their own blankets, lawn chairs and coolers, or they can also purchase food and beverages at the concert for reasonable prices.     

UPCOMING SAM CONCERTS:
PLEASE NOTE:  THERE HAS BEEN A CHANGE TO THE 2008 ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE
OCTOBER 26 PERCY SLEDGE – The golden voice from the #1 hit single “When A Man Loves A Woman” 

ENTER TO WIN CITYPLACE SHOPPING & A NEW YORK CITY GETAWAY
Guests to The Palm Beach Post Sunday at the Meyer can enter to win a $250 gift card at each concert good for shopping at CityPlace in downtown West Palm Beach.  Guests can also enter for a grand prize New York City getaway that includes a $1000 shopping spree in the Big Apple courtesy of CityPlace.   KOOL 105.5 listeners will also have an opportunity to win $50 CityPlace gift cards during the week of the concert.   

TREATS FROM THE MAYOR
Mayor Lois Frankel will continue her tradition of passing out cookies to the crowd during the band breaks.  This crowd pleaser allows guests to introduce themselves and become familiar with the Mayor in a casual and friendly atmosphere. 

CHILDREN’S ENTERTAINMENT
There will be lots of fun, interactive games and activities for children at each concert including hoola hoops, sidewalk chalk, limbo contests, coloring books, and bubbles – all for FREE. 

SPONSORS
The Palm Beach Post, La Palma, The Palm Beach Daily News, Florida PennySaver, KOOL 105.5 FM, West Palm Beach Marriott, Newsradio 1290 WJNO, Coca-Cola, MIA 92.1 FM, WPBF TV 25, CityPlace, and National City

The Palm Beach Post Sunday at the Meyer is bringing Fab Tunes, A Cool Scene & Good Vibes to downtown West Palm Beach.  This FREE family-friendly concert series is held from May through October on the 4th Sunday of each month, and features a variety of national and regional recording artists.  Located along the picturesque Flagler Drive waterfront in the Meyer Amphitheater, The Palm Beach Post Sunday at the Meyer provides an ideal setting for good times and great entertainment.  Guests are welcome to bring their own blankets, lawn chairs, and coolers, or they can also purchase food and beverages at the concert.  The Palm Beach Post Sunday at the Meyer is produced by the City of West Palm Beach, Mayor’s Office – Division of Community Events.  For more information, please call 561-822-1515 or visit www.wpb.org.
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For Additional Information:
Amaryvis “Ryvis” Sierra
Marketing Coordinator
Mayor’s Office, Community Events Division
Office:  (561) 822-1522  / Cell: (561) 644-7639
E-mail:  asierra@wpb.org