Get up and dance to rock hits from the ’60s and ’70s
THE Royal Mail at Goodna is set to shake with the sound of classic '60s and '70s rock when Late For Woodstock touches down tomorrow.
The band formed in 1998 and has been going strong ever since, and every year the crowds get bigger and more energetic.
Everyone's favourite hits from the late '60s and early '70s will be on show at the gig, ranging from Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd and The Rolling Stones, to Jimi Hendrix.
Apart from playing at some festivals, the band got to perform at the Pan Pacific Masters Games at the Gold Coast Convention Centre last year, their music echoing in the hall.
Late For Woodstock has played in Ipswich once before, also at the Royal Mail, and drummer Tony Bell knows the crowds there will always be great.
"[The Royal Mail] was great, there was a really good crowd, everyone loved it. It was real hot and sweaty, lots of fun," he said.
He also said that when the crowd was good, the performance as a whole was full of so much more energy.
"When we get a good crowd we perform better, it's a bit of a snowball effect I guess," he said.
Late For Woodstock will perform at the Royal Mail Hotel from 7.30pm tomorrow.
Phone 3288 2213.