Legendary rockers behind “It’s My Life” and “Livin’ on a Prayer” celebrate their 14th studio album with fan favorites and new hits
One of the very first cumbia groups to achieve global success keeps dancing after 50+ years with a rotating lineup of top-tier vocalists
Original lead singer John Kay leads Steppenwolf in a set packed with classics such as “Born to Be Wild” and “Magic Carpet Ride”
is what Pink Floyd fans hear when Brit Floyd recreates a full concert experience, complete with a five-piece female choir backing.
East Coast hip-hop act behind “We’ll Always Love Big Poppa” thrills fans with tracks from 2016’s “Filthy America…It’s Beautiful”
Lavish revue traces the history of classic rock with hits performed by musicians from Heart, Whitesnake, and Bon Jovi
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Grammy-nominated artist behind “I’m Singing” and “The Cause of Christ” treats fans to faith-based tracks off her new album
Hip-hop artist and producer shows off singing and rapping skills with hits such as “Paranoid” and “Or Nah”
Grant Sevdayan leads the orchestra through four works by Russian composers including Prokofiev, Tchaikovsky, and Rimsky-Korsakov
Pre-concert talk with conductor Paul Polivnick begins at 7 p.
Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox takes current hits back in time; Straight No Chaser puts an a cappella twist on classic tunes
Amidst a multimedia spectacle, the lookalikes chronicle all eras of Bee Gees popularity, from early deep cuts to later-year hits
Sunday brunch pairs upbeat music from an inspirational gospel choir with prime rib, chicken and waffles, and buttermilk biscuits and gravy
Spot-on Beatles tribute act recreates every era of the Fab Four with orchestral support from the Rio Hondo Symphony
The Grammy-winning Dazz Band blasts danceable jazz from Motown and “Funkin’ for Jamaica (N.Y.)” trumpeter shows the funky side of the genre
... Jean-Yves Thibaudet has recorded more than 50 albums with Decca Records and appeared in concert with symphony orchestras from Atlanta, Chicago, DC, Boston, Russia and the Royal Phil, among many more.
Billed as a 19-piece 1930s New Orleans orchestra and cabaret show, their concerts are much more than the sum of its many parts.
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