Sister Sledge is bound for La Sala on Sunborn Gibraltar

By Wendy Ann Cowham Friday, 14 August 2015 18:16 0

ON Saturday August 29, the legendary Sister Sledge will climb aboard the five-star yacht hotel Sunborn Gibraltar. 

These soul and R&B disco icons have been brought on board by La Sala, the ultimate dining and nightclub experience, for this exclusive one off show. Sister Sledge are famous for their award-winning songs including We are Family and He’s the Greatest Dancer, as they packed out discos globally during the height of the late 70s. 

Today, Sister Sledge remain in the international spotlight and continue to champion and support the importance and value of family while touring and performing to capacity crowds the world over.

With Joni's passionate and sassy vocals and unique, creative style, Debbie's wide and agile vocal ranges and a band of exceptionally talented musicians, this special night is not to be missed and Sunborn is offering a special package stay onboard this five-star luxury hotel for only £199 including a two-night stay with breakfast, entrance to the concert on the Saturday and dinner at La Sala Gibraltar, dinner at Sky Restaurant and massage treatment. 

You can also play £30 for free in the Casino Sunborn to try your luck on the wheel. Booking early is essential to avoid disappointment: call +350 200 16000 or email [email protected]

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