- $15 for one ticket to An Evening with American Idol Crystal Bowersox, with special guests Erika Van Pelt and Caroline Glaser (up to $31 value)
- When: Saturday, November 8, at 8 p.m.
- Where: Park Theatre
- Seating: reserved main floor
- Door time: 7:30 p.m.
- Full offer value includes ticketing fees
- Click here to view the seating chart
An Evening with American Idol Crystal Bowersox, with special guests Erika Van Pelt and Caroline Glaser
- Where you met Crystal: on season nine of American Idol
- How far she got: runner-up, but she’s always #1 in the hearts of fans
- How she won those fans’ hearts: with her epic performances of gutsy numbers such as “Me and Bobby McGee,” her natural Ohio charm, and the national coronary lottery
- What Crystal can do that most can’t: accurately sing the hits of Aretha Franklin
- What she does that most Idol contestants don’t: writes her own songs, as heard on her new album, All That for This
- Where you met Erika Van Pelt: as a top-10 finalist on American Idol season 11; also, possibly at the grocery store since she’s a Rhode Island native
- Her debut album: 2013’s My Independence
- The praise it received: her rendition of P!nk’s “Glitter in the Air” was the “not to be missed standout” of the 2012 American Idols LIVE! Tour, according to the Hollywood Reporter
- Where you met Caroline Glaser: she was a fan favorite on season 4 of The Voice
- Her debut album: 2013’s Caroline Glaser, Vol. One
- Why she sings, in her own words: “I’m not the best at speaking my heart, but through music, I am free.”
Built in 1924, the Park Theatre was as a cultural landmark for nearly eight decades until its closing in 2002. Following seven years and $10 million in renovations, the Park was reborn as a brand-new performing arts center. A fully-equipped, state-of-the-art multi-purpose facility, the Park features concerts, theatrical performances, opera, dance, children’s and family shows, and more. Through extensive renovations, the Park boasts a larger, deeper stage and 1,000 plush seats with significantly more legroom than most theaters.