The Rock 'n' Roll Hall Of Famer and multiple Grammy- winner will return for his 17th performance at the Clearwater theater. See them perform hits spanning their successful five decade career including, Sherry, Walk Like A Man and more.
Price: $63.25-$118, $150 dinner package.
Professional dancers from Dancing With the Stars and So You Think You Can Dance join for a family-friendly production choreographed by Dancing with the Stars' Emmy-nominated Louis van Amstel. Performers include DWTS' pro Cheryl Burke, Tony Dovolani, Anna Trebunskaya, Dmitry Chaplin and …
Frankie Avalon, Fabian and Bobby Rydell, united by producer, Dick Fox were three of the most popular teen idols in the late '50s and '60s. Now, they will return to the Hall to perform their greatest hits, including Fabian's Turn Me Loose and more.
Founded in 1974, the troupe affectionately known as the Trocks presents a playful view of traditional, classical ballet in parody form, proving men can, indeed, dance en pointe without falling flat on their faces.
The annual celebration, which usually sells out fast, brings an all-star Broadway cast to perform songs from the most beloved Broadway musicals such as Jersey Boys, Wicked and Mamma Mia.
The four-piece group initially became an Internet sensation with a 10-handed version of One Direction's What Makes You Beautiful, but it's the guys' original blend of classical pop music that brought them to their major label debut album.
Formed in 1998 by a group of Nashville's recording studio elite, the group began as a jam session for the musicians to blow off steam and play their favorite songs. Today, the Western swing ensemble features Dawn Sears, Vince Gill, Kenny Sears and Ranger Doug Green.
Pros from Dancing With The Stars, So You Think You Can Dance and dance champions from around the world dance off against each other as audience members vote using electronic voting remotes attached to every seat. Karina Smirnoff and Edyta Sliwinska of Dancing With The Stars judge …
America's master storyteller, humorist, author, musician and host of NPR's A Prairie Home Companion brings another memorable night of heartening tales and thought provoking perspectives. This Grammy Award-winner is always a sellout show.
A collection of Christmas classics by the Grammy-winning vocal harmony group. Though its founder Tim Hauser died in October at age 72, the group continues with special guests sitting in for Hauser.
Her latest role as Billie Holiday in the musical Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill has earned the actor and singer the record breaking title of being the only person to have won in every major acting category, as well as the performer with the most Tony wins.