Ticketmaster Groups gathered at Arts Centre Melbourne this month for an exciting preview of Dream Lover – Melbourne’s new summer musical.

Starring the impeccably talented David Campbell, Dream Lover tells the extraordinary story of legendary singer, songwriter and actor, Bobby Darin.

The musical comes to Melbourne after wowing theatre goers in Sydney, and will celebrate its opening night on New Year’s Eve at Arts Centre Melbourne’s State Theatre.

Already a record hit with Ticketmaster Groups, Dream Lover saw a 100% success rate after the Groups Launch this month, with every guest registering their group for tickets.

Attendees of the Groups Launch were blown away after seeing a sneak preview of the show, as David Campbell took to the stage with the big band by his side.

Dream Lover is directed by Simon Phillips (Priscilla Queen of the Desert – The Musical) and presents one of the biggest music icons from the 50s and 60s, featuring hits like Mack The KnifeBeyond the Sea and, of course, Dream Lover.

Capturing the glamour of Hollywood’s Golden Age, the passion of the big band era, and the charm of Vegas’ Rat Pack, Dream Lover is a must ticket for fans of the stage and live music.

Ticketmaster’s dedicated group bookings team provide customers with personal and professional service, ensuring it’s as easy as possible to coordinate group bookings. Find more information at Ticketmaster.com.au/groups.

Dream Lover is now booking at State Theatre, Arts Centre Melbourne from 29 December 2017 via Ticketmaster.com.au.

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