Kings of Queen

Kings of Queen – A Queen Extravaganza

Scott Carne, Chris Doheny & Tim Watson

Kings of Queen will rock you as they champion the music of the legendary Freddie Mercury and Queen. Weaving a kind of magic with their powerhouse voices, Carne, Ryder and Watson are backed by an all-star band that will have you going ga ga over a slew of killer Queen hits. Kings of Queen have one vision: to bring an electrifying performance of all your Queen favourites. After the all-on-stage anthemic finale, you’ll be in rhapsody over the unmissable Kings of Queen show!

Seating is allocated and ideally groups should book and pay together to ensure they are seated together.

Doors open for Dinner at 7.00pm, Show only at 9.00pm. Strictly Age 13+

Ticket Prices:

Dinner* + Show: $60.00 (Frankston RSL members); $66.00 (non-members)

Show only: $36.00 (Frankston RSL members); $40.00 (non-members); $0.00 (Companion Card Holders)

Dinner* only: $26.00 (Companion Card Holders).  Contact Reception on (03) 9783 2288 to purchase

*Gluten Free and/or Vegetarian Options available upon request at time of booking.

Click here to book

Scott Carne is the lead singer of Kids in the Kitchen, the 80s ‘new wave’ band. Their Double Platinum selling debut album Shine yielded five Top 10 singles including Current Stand, Something That You Said, Change in Mood and Bitter Desire. Kids in the Kitchen supported Culture Club on their 2016 Australian Tour. The consummate front man, Scott has been entertaining audiences for more than 30 years.

Lee Harding rose to fame in 2005, coming third on Australian Idol. Following the show, he released his number one single ‘Wasabi/Eye of The Tiger’. In 2019 he joined Boy George’s team on The Voice, making it to the top nine. He has since released three singles with his band Bedrock including ‘Thrill’, ‘Riding Shotgun’ and ‘Daddy’s Little Girl’. Lee is an outstanding performer who knows how to rock!

Tim Watson is the lead singer of Taxiride, who released their debut album Imaginate in 1999, which went double platinum. This was followed by 2002’s Garage Mahal, which went platinum. Their hit ‘Creepin’ Up Slowly’ reached number 6 on the ARIAs chart in 2002 and their 2005 single ‘Get Set’ reached number 8. Tim rocks every performance, commanding the stage and thrilling audiences far and wide.

To view the menu click here