- $30 for one G-Pass for seating in rows P–V of side-orchestra section B or G (up to $42 value)
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The Zombies performing "Time of the Season"
- The band: Masters of baroque pop and cherished hit-makers of the 1960s
- The MVPs: jazzy electric pianist Rod Argent and silk-toned singer Colin Blunstone
- The album you should buy 100 more times because it’s just that good: Odessey and Oracle, the 1968 masterwork that ranks No. 100 on Rolling Stone’s list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time
- Where you’ve heard “She’s Not There”: on every classic rock station, every movie set in the ’60s, and every time your mom avoids your calls and your dad covers for her
- Fun fact about the hit “Tell Her No”: the word “no” is sung 65 times in roughly two minutes
- What to expect from the show: most of the Odessey gems, including the timeless “Time of the Season,” plus some infectious tracks from their recent album Breathe Out, Breathe In
Felix Cavaliere’s Rascals
- Felix Cavaliere’s big break: lending his smooth tenor to Joey Dee and the Starliters—the band behind 1961’s “Peppermint Twist” and the group that discovered a young Jimi Hendrix and Joe Pesci before he went into acting
- His rise to legendary status: crooning with The Young Rascals—later known as The Rascals—on hits such as “Good Lovin’,” “Groovin’,” and “People Got to Be Free”
- What those hits earned him: a spot in the Songwriter Hall of Fame; bragging rights at family reunions