See Robin Gibb In Concert

Posted on: 11 June 2008 by Gareth Hargreaves

The Bee Gees star plays his first solo gig.

Gibb will take centre stage at Windsor Racecourse in support of the Bomber Command Memorial Campaign he spearheads, and as the culmination of The Windsor Golden Egg Festival, taking place over the weekend of July 12-13th. 

His trademark ethereal voice was the defining sound of the Bee Gees, who, along with brothers Maurice and Barry, made an indelible mark on five decades of popular music, selling over 200 million records and over 60 hit singles.

Their phenomenal success in the late ‘70s is etched into musical history, with 17 continuous number one hits in America and the iconic ‘Stayin’ Alive’ performed by John Travolta in the film, Saturday Night Fever.  

Gates to Windsor Racecourse will open at 3pm to plenty of entertainment including live music and street theatre.  Food and drink outlets will cater for every taste and there is plenty of space to bring your own picnic.   At 6pm Gibb will treat the audience to all the famous Bee Gees hits including Massachusetts, Jive Talking, Juliet  and many more.

VIP packages are also available, including champagne reception and pre-concert dining and reserved seating. 

Update: Robin Gibb has postponed this concert, but it will still be taking place, as soon as a date is announced.  Our competition winners have been chosen and remain the same. 

Ticket Information

Tickets cost £45 and are available from  or by telephoning 0871 220 0260.   Groups of 10 or more should ask for a group booking.  For corporate Hospitality including VIP packages, pre-concert dining and champagne reception, call 01753 626 917.

Gates: open at 3pm for afternoon entertainment and street theatre, with the concert starting at 6pm, finishing at 8pm.

Directions: Entrance to the race course is off the A308 Maidenhead Road.  Postcode is SL4 5HT or see  Nearest train station is Windsor & Eton Central, Windsor & Eton Riverside, and Slough.

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