- One ticket to a show at Rosemont Theatre
- When: select evenings at 8 p.m.
- Door time: 7 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- $23 for one ticket to see One Night of Queen on Friday, March 21, with seating in balcony sections 204–208 (up to $47.45 value)
- $36 for one ticket to see The Ten Tenors on Saturday, March 22, with seating in rows AA–HH of main-floor sections 107–111 (up to $72.55 value)
- Click here to see the seating chart.
One Night of Queen
- Why there’s only one night: because the band turns back into Gary Mullen and The Works at the stroke of midnight
- Proof of Mullen’s soulmate-level ability to pull off Freddie Mercury’s voice and snug white pants: He was the winner of Stars in their Eyes, a British celebrity-impersonator reality show.
- Visuals accompanying hits such as “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “Fat Bottomed Girls,” and “Don’t Stop Me Now”: an ultra-intense light show
The Ten Tenors
- What they do: defy all expectations of a group called “The Ten Tenors” by blending rock and classical music into something akin to rock opera
- How they define their genre: “Power Vocals”
- The nickname they’ve earned: “Rockstars of the Opera”
- Proof of rock ‘n’ roll roots: they originally started the group for beer money
- Where you’ve seen them before: on Oprah’s Ultimate Australian Adventure, Eurovision, or during their last 15 years of touring
- What brings them to town: “On Broadway,” a special tour in which they infuse tunes from Les Misérables, Guys & Dolls, and Once with harmonic testosterone
- What Tenor Ben Clark told the East Peoria Times Courier fans should prepare for: “to laugh, maybe cry, but above all else, prepare to be entertained.”
- What else he said to expect: “Australian humor and words you’ve perhaps never heard of before in accents unfamiliar to you.”
- Why The Ten Tenors would win in a fight against The Three Tenors: because there’s 10 of them <p>