- One ticket to a tribute concert
- Where: The Paramount
- General-admission standing
- Door time: one hour before showtime
- Ticket values include all fees.
- $17 to see Voyage, a tribute to Journey, on Saturday, June 14, at 8 p.m. (up to $31 value)
- $15 to see Wild Child, a tribute to The Doors, on Friday, August 8, at 8 p.m. (up to $21 value)
- $15 to see The Rising, a tribute to Bruce Springsteen, on Thursday, September 4, at 8 p.m. (up to $21 value)
- What sets Voyage apart from other Journey tributes: a man named Hugo
- What sets Hugo apart: he sounds—and looks—just like Journey singer Steve Perry
- Where you might have seen the band: selling out shows coast to coast, including a marquee performance in front of over 50,000 fans at Meadowlands
- Songs you can expect to hear played and sung to perfection: "Don't Stop Believin'," "Wheel in the Sky," "Separate Ways"
- Where they're from: L.A., just like The Doors
- What sets them apart from other Doors tributes: they don't just play the greatest hits, they recreate the Doors concert experience, harkening to their Sunset Strip '60s heydays at Whisky a Go Go
- What you'll see: lead singer Dave Brock channeling the Lizard King's energy, sex appeal, and sultry vocals, backed by a band that's so tight, even the real Doors have raved about them
- What the late Ray Manzarek of the real Doors says about Wild Child: "This is as close as you'll get to the real thing."
- What Doors drummer John Densmore says, ""... the way they play the music is uncanny. I saw Wild Child and they know Jim's moves and raps as well as he did. The drummer did something on 'Break on Through' which was so interesting, I stole it back!"
- What The Rising has in common with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band: they're more of a gang of brothers than a regular band, they grew up in blue collar towns, and paid their dues in the dive bar circuit
- What sets them apart from other Springsteen tributes: a rhythm section that summons the spirit of Little Stevie and Clarence Clemons, and a singer who nails Bruce's husky howls
- Special reason to catch this show: to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Born in the USA, The Rising is playing that album from cover to cover
- What else you'll hear: hits spanning five decades of Bruce
An oasis for arts-loving crowds tired of traveling to Long Island, the cavernous, recently renovated Paramount draws in major acts to spare fans stressful commutes. The buxom venue buzzes with a true rock 'n' roll vibe, beaming with a nocturnal color scheme decorated with whimsical local art and exposed brick walls.