Videostar 80's duo are a Glasgow based male/female duo.
Videostar are a 80's Rock & Pop Duo! A phenomenal tribute show with all the classics, costume changes & light show.. Get ready to go Back To The Future!
With a fantastic light show and crazy costumes added to some great live sounds, they have some funky dance moves to make you feel like you’re back in that nostalgic 80's era.
Videostar pride themselves on a top show with wireless guitar and microphones to allow crowd interaction in helping you feel like you’re at a proper 80's party!
To book Videostar, contact Tribute Acts (Scotland) via email@example.com.
Alternatively, speak to a booking agent directly on 01506 855 555.
"VideoStar are a professional duo who knows how to work an 80’s themed party, from their song choices to their bright 80’s costumes. The duo were on time and very nice to work with, even our sound limiter didn’t faze them. From the moment they started the dance floor was full. Our guests had a fantastic evening, so much so that we booked them up again straight away."
N (South Queensferry, April 2019)
"Everyone had an absolute ball with Videostar, They were very entertaining and stayed on to play a special request. They looked amazing too!"
DL (Rosneath, July 2018)
"Videostar are easy to get along with, and in terms of show standard, it was a good mix of 80’s and the second set offered something for everyone, as discussed with the guys pre-show. They worked well with the audience and sound levels were good and adequate for the size of venue. As to be expected with an act dedicated to this era of music, their costuming was fun and vibrant which attracted passers-by, maybe who popped in after a meal, so the venue stayed nice and busy throughout. This is the second time I’ve seen them and am really happy with the standard, and wouldn’t hesitate in re-booking"
SB (Dunoon, June 2017)
"Well what can I say.... went to see these guys last nyt in glasgow and boy what an amazing show 😍 all my friends loved it 😍 best nyt ever their talent is awesome"
AC (Glasgow, May 2017)