The Palace Theatre Announces Three New Shows

The Palace Theatre in Albany has announced three new shows – all with rock & roll roots and big hit Broadway musical connections. All three shows have also made recent tour stops in Nippertown, at either the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall or Proctors.

A concert by the Midtown Men (featuring four performers from the original cast of “Jersey Boys”), joins one-night-only performances of “Green Day’s American Idiot” and the rockabilly-flavored “Million Dollar Quartet” on the Palace’s upcoming 2013-2014 performance schedule.

Special Broadway Package tickets – which include tickets to all three newly-announced shows – are currently on sale for $97, $121, $145 & $214. To order the three-show package tickets, call the Palace Theatre box office at (518) 465-4663.

Here are the new show announcements from the Palace Theatre:

Thursday, October 3, 7:30pm
$35, $45, $55 & $68; on sale on Monday, August 26
Four stars from the original cast of the jukebox musical “Jersey Boys” – including Tony Award-winner Christian Hoff – sing a selection of their favorite ’60s hits, including tunes by the Beatles, the Beach Boys, the Motown label and, of course, the Four Seasons.

Friday, February 14, 8pm
$35, $45, $55 & $68; on sale on Tuesday, October 1
After naming their breakout 1984 major-label debut album Dookie, who would have ever thought that 20 years later, Billy Joe Armstrong and the boys from pop-punksters Green Day would write a hit Broadway musical based on their Grammy Award-winning, multi-platinum album.
READ REVIEW: LIVE: “American Idiot” @ Proctors, 2/5/13

Saturday, June 14, 8pm
$35, $45, $55 & $68; on sale on Tuesday, October 1
It’s the Tony Award-winning jukebox musical based on the one-time-only legendary recording session of Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins & Johnny Cash at Sun Records recording studio in Memphis.
READ REVIEWS: LIVE: “Million Dollar Quartet” @ Proctors, 1/22/13
LIVE: “Million Dollar Quartet” @ Proctors, 1/27/13

1 Comment
  1. Rudy says

    Ugh! I thought there’d be something cool, like Gary Clark, Jr., Neko Case, Emmylou Harris, Buddy Guy or Trombone Shorty. Oh well….

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