LONG-RUNNING Stourbridge tribute band Bee Gees Fever hope to bring a bit of 'night fever' to Kidderminster next month.

The band, who have been wowing audiences across the UK and Europe since 1999, will be warming up for their 2017 UK tour with a gig at The Rose Theatre in Kidderminster on Friday February 3, from 7.30pm.

Bandmates Dave Cox, Dave Dunn, Duncan Evans, Dave Powell and Chris Dennis, who took over from original drummer Carl Bayliss, have become one of the most celebrated tribute bands in the business thanks to their high energy live performances and faithful recreations of the biggest hits of the Brothers Gibb - including classics How Deep is Your Love, Stayin' Alive, Night Fever, Tragedy, You Should be Dancing. 

They've played to sold out theatre audiences and headlined a host of outdoor festivals over the years - including sharing top billing at Stanstead Park, Portsmouth, with number one Abba tribute Bjorn Again.

For more band details or to book tickets for the show check out http://beegeesfever.com/