- The Ultimate Johnny Cash Tribute featuring Terry Lee Goffee or One More Time - A Tribute to Daft Punk
- When: Saturday, August 9, or Friday, August 15, at 9 p.m.
- Where: Bogart’s
- General-admission standing
- Door time: 8 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- $8 for one G-Pass (up to $16.12 value)
- $13 for one G-Pass, plus an early-entry line pass (up to $26.12 value)
- August 9: One More Time - A Tribute to Daft Punk
- August 15: The Ultimate Johnny Cash Tribute featuring Terry Lee Goffee
How G-Pass Works: Your G-Pass will be ready to print 48 hours after the deal ends. Print the G-Pass and use it to enter the venue directly; you won’t need to redeem at will call. Due to security restrictions, G-Passes cannot be redeemed through the Groupon mobile app. Discount reflects the merchant’s current ticket prices - price may differ on day of event.
One More Time - A Tribute to Daft Punk
- What era of Daft Punk they pay tribute to: the Alive 2007 tour
- Why Alive 2007 was so special: it was the French House musicians’ first tour in nearly a decade
- Why else it was so special: chrome robot helmets, a massive pyramid that emanated lasers
- Does One More Time replicate both of these things?: Oh yeah. They wear the helmets and stand on a full-scale replica of the pyramid as kaleidoscopic light pulsates into the crowd.
- Lyric the crowd is most likely to obey from the band’s namesake song: “Don’t stop the dancing!”
- What else you’ll hear during the 75-minute set: various Daft Punk anthems, club-ready floorshakers, and One More Time’s own remixes
The Ultimate Johnny Cash Tribute Featuring Terry Lee Goffee
“Hello, I’m Johnny Cash.” That’s how Terry Lee Goffee starts each one of his shows, delivering the legend’s signature greeting in a spot-on rumble. In classic songs such as “Folsom Prison Blues,” “I Walk the Line,” and “Five Feet High and Rising,” Goffee emulates his hero’s presence and wardrobe so exactly he was used as the motion-capture model for the Man in Black in Guitar Hero 5. And his respectful tribute is admired by Cash family members as well—after performing with him in 2006, Joanne Cash Yates said, “I love having Terry up here with me, it’s as close as I’ll ever get to my brother again.”
The Nordland Plaza Nickelodeon may have changed its name a few times in the nearly 125 years since its founding, but its reason-for-being remains the same: to keep Cincinnatians entertained. The theater began life as a vaudeville house, passed a few years as a German-film center, and eventually became a combination restaurant and venue. After a makeover in the 1980s, the modern-day Bogart’s welcomes up to 1,500 audience members to its concerts, comedy shows, and burlesque performances. Within, six bars keep guests hydrated and the dance floor stays as packed as the events calendar.