Friday 6 September 2019 7:30 PM - Friday 6 September 2019


Claudelands Arena
Cnr Brooklyn Rd & Heaphy Tce
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Tickets can be purchased online
or at Hamilton i-SITE


With more hits than Elvis Presley and The Beatles, one of the greatest big bands of all time, the world-famous Glenn Miller Orchestra, fly in from New York City to bring ‘The Golden Era of Swing’ back to Hamilton, for an exclusive dinner-dance and concert spectacular! 

Their new ‘Greatest Hits’ show steps back in time with that truly unforgettable Glenn Miller sound, and along with it, the chance to dine and dance in front of the stage. Enjoy an evening of musical nostalgia with classics like ‘In The Mood’, ‘Chattanooga Choo Choo’ and ‘Moonlight Serenade.’ 

Special guest will be New Zealand’s new singing sensation, 17-year old Carson Taare,

The Glenn Miller Orchestra, held in high esteem by legends like Louis Armstrong and Frank Sinatra, boast a repertoire including 69 Top Ten Hits and 16 No.1 singles, all guaranteed to bring you an ‘all singing, all dancing night to remember.’


Celebrate the golden era of swing in VIP style with the Glenn Miller Orchestra

Dine and dance the night away at a concert spectacular like never before. Featuring America’s finest musicians, together with the Moonlight Serenade Swingers, and Broadway Swing Dancers, this outstanding performance showcases all the timeless classics from the bygone era. 

Enjoy a special evening in VIP style with a three-course plated meal, and premium floor seating, at a table of your own …right on the edge of the dance floor. 

Your package will include: 

  • Premium floor seating with early VIP access
  • Pre-event function with live entertainment
  • Plated three course meal created by the award-winning team at Montana Food and Events
  • VIP Lanyard
  • VIP Parking Pass
  • Access to an exclusive VIP beverage outlet
  • Dedicated event hosts

Put those dancing shoes on and join us for a nostalgic evening remembering when swing was king.