360Q hosts Gypsy with the Fleetwood Mac tribute show
Around 120 patrons, mainly baby boomers, crowded 360Q Restaurants upstairs dining room at Queenscliff harbour to enjoy ‘Gypsy the Fleetwood Mac Tribute Band’ playing Fleetwood Mac’s many hits from the 70s.
Six musicians and singers set the tone for the night early on and patrons couldn’t resist dancing to old favourites like ‘Go Your Own Way’, ‘Rhiannon’, ‘Tell Me Lies’ and ‘Think About Me’.
The dance floor was filled with young and old reliving their concert days with dance moves that surely tested their joints. Lead singer Peta donned a signature Stevie Nicks black top hat leading a long conga line around the dance floor to much delight.
The band, formed in 2006, is based in Melbourne and perform around 30 shows a year. They have a good following with some making the trip to Queenscliff, reminiscent of like the song ‘I Wanna Be With You Everywhere’.
360Qs Barry Iddles has set the bar very high for his entertainment, drinks and food packages. He’s got the recipe right by offering great entertainment and great food delivered by great staff.
Three tasty courses of salt and pepper prawns, baked chicken and a delicious potato gratin finished off with a cheese platter and drinks for just $100pp.
Where else can you get that sort of entertainment and dining around the Bellarine? And for most people it’s not far to travel and it beats going into Geelong and Melbourne hands down.
360Qs next show is Eagles: Hotel California is playing on Saturday 25 May.
Don’t be tardy if you want to attend as the Fleetwood Mac show performed to a full house.