Sunday, 29. March 2015
05. 09. 12. - 19:00
For the first time ever the Rat Pack will be swinging by Vienna in December for a spectacular Christmas themed show.
The internationally acclaimed Rat Pack will play a series of dates from December 21st until 31st 2012 at Vienna's Museum Quarter Halle E.
Music from legends Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr together with the Rat Pack Band and the Burelli Sisters will get fans swinging and getting rid of their winter blues to all the best Christmas hits of all time.
As well as their most well known hits, they will by playing a range of Christmas classics such as Baby It's Cold Outside and White Christmas.
The Rat Pack Live music lets you take a trip back to the glitzy 50's and 60'S era of music an get you in the Christmas spirit.
Tickets are available now from www.oeticket.com or www.bb-promotion.com,
The tickets cost between 44.50 and 79.50 Euro and are available on the following days:-
Fr 21.12.2012 20.00 Uhr Museumsquartier, Halle E, Vienna
Sa 22.12.2012 15.00 + 20.00 Uhr Museumsquartier, Halle E, Vienna
SU 23.12.2012 14.00 + 18.00 Uhr Museumsquartier, Halle E, Vienna
TUES 25.12.2012 15.00 + 20.00 Uhr Museumsquartier, Halle E, Vienna
WED 26.12.2012 15.00 + 20.00 Uhr Museumsquartier, Halle E, Vienna
THURS 27.12.2012 20.00 Uhr Museumsquartier, Halle E, Vienna
Fr 28.12.2012 20.00 Uhr Museumsquartier, Halle E, Vienna
Sa 29.12.2012 15.00 + 20.00 Uhr Museumsquartier, Halle E, Vienna
SU 30.12.2012 14.00 + 18.00 Uhr Museumsquartier, Halle E, Vienna
Mo 31.12.2012 19.00 Uhr Museumsquartier, Halle E, Vienna
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