Seeing live music can be a transcendent mind-body experience, akin to getting a tattoo underwater or making out during an eclipse. Transcend boredom with today's Groupon: for $28, you get two tickets to Satisfaction, an international Rolling Stones tribute show, at the Croswell Opera House in Adrian (a $56 value). The show kicks off at 8 p.m. on Saturday, March 5, 2011. Seats are first-come, first-served—call the box office to reserve best available seats.
Satisfaction is an international touring tribute show dedicated to preserving the heart, soul, and sound of the legendary Rolling Stones. The show is jam-packed with authentic costumes and overall man-glamour, with Chris LeGrand lending his lips as Jagger and Jim Riddick lending his guitar licks as the unmistakable Keith Richards. A similarly stellar supporting cast represents the remaining Stones—Bill Wyman, Ron Wood, and Charlie Watts—and the set covers more than 45 years worth of hits, enabling fans young and old to reminisce and celebrate to the world's most mossless band.
The Croswell Opera House has been providing a platform for a variety of entertainment since opening its doors in 1866. Renovations over the last two decades, including an enlarged orchestra pit and a new stage floor, have transformed the opera house without muddling the historical charm of its original state.
- I'm happy to report that this show lived up to the hype. The lead singer has been doing this a long time and if an opportunity ever arises where he can fill in for Mick, he will do a great job. – fortknox71, Ticketmaster
- As a big Stones fan, I was pleasantly surprised at how good this show was. The performers were dead on, great musicians also. They had the crowd dancing just as if it was a real Stones show. – NJStonesFan, Ticketmaster
Croswell Opera House
Although it’s the oldest continuously running theater in Michigan (and the third oldest in all of the United States), Croswell Opera House has more vibrancy than most venues half its age. Renovated over the last two decades with a new stage floor, an enlarged orchestra pit, and burgundy and gold medallions atop a fresh coat of paint, the historic venue has lost none of its old-fashioned charm as it continues through its second century.
Originally constructed in 1866, the downtown epicenter of Lenawee County arts and culture has played host to a rich timeline of American entertainment. The 1800s featured vaudeville acts, musicians, and orators such as Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass, and the early 1900s saw silent movies swallowed by the next wave of cinema: loudies. Although it was nearly demolished in 1967, the opera house persevered with the loving care of its staff and patrons, and today continues to host a wealth of musical acts, Broadway shows, and children’s theater.
129 E Maumee St.
Adrian, Michigan 49221Get Directions