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WILL IT EVER END: Don't miss the Never Ending 80s at the GDSC on Saturday night.
WILL IT EVER END: Don't miss the Never Ending 80s at the GDSC on Saturday night.

Now's your chance to relive that golden era when Never Ending 80s take you back to the best of it all with a show packed full of the biggest hits by the biggest artists.

As the band expertly carve their way through the music of Prince, Madonna, Cyndi Lauper, INXS, Bon Jovi, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, as well as so many other giants, the vibe created means that there is nothing else you can do except sing along and dance.

Like totally check out this songlist...

Heaven Is A Place On Earth, The Voice, Living On A Prayer, Holiday, New Sensation, Sweet Child O Mine, Girls Wanna Have Fun, Wild Wild West, Jessie's Girl, Call Me, Centrefold, Material Girl, Hip To Be Square, Boys Of Summer, I Wanna Dance With Somebody, Walk Like An Egyptian, Love Shack, Ant Music, Mickey, Footloose, Summer Rain, Hit Me With Your Best Shot, Take On Me, My Sharona, How Will I Know, Like A Prayer, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Never Tear Us Apart, Papa Don't Preach, What A Feeling, Tainted Love, Summer Of '69, Thriller, Walking On Sunshine, Can't Hurry Love, Simply The Best, Faith, Don't Stop Believing, Raspberry Beret, I Love Rock N Roll, 99 Red Balloons, Groove Is In The Heart, Road To Nowhere, Bust A Move, Tell It To My Heart, Push It, Don't Loose My Number, Simply Irresistible, Billy Jean, Kids In America, All Night Long, White Wedding, Horses, Betty Davis Eyes, Blister In The Sun, 1999, Venus, Jmp, Forever Young, Come On Eileen, Power Of Love, The Way You Make Me Feel, Broken Wings, the list goes on.

It ain't called never ending 80s for nothing so get out your fluro best and head to the Grafton District Services Club on Saturday night and relive pop music's glory days.


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