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Sunday, March 22, 2020 - 7:00 pm

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The Sixties Show is from NYC and is The Greatest 1960’s Musical Re-Creation Show on Earth.

The band features former members of Bob Dylan’s band, Ray and Dave Davies' (the Kinks) band, and NBC TV’s Saturday Night Live band.

This popular theater show is a cross generational crowd pleaser and has been selling out every theater and performing arts center that the show plays.  The band is widely celebrated and known for re-creating spot on, note for note re-creations of the hits, B-sides and deep album cuts from the greatest songs of the 1960’s.

In addition to the concert experience, the show is a full multi-media, Broadway type production that is powerfully dramatized by a combination of narration, 60’s archival audio and newsreel footage and a light show.  This seen to be believed bigger-than-life, Broadway theater styled show is centered around the most authentic 1960’s concert experience that an audience will ever see.

The Sixties Show is a high energy trip back in time that reminds the audience how uniquely inspirational, entertaining, and historically significant the music and events of the 1960’s was and continues to be.

All of the music is performed live, with no samples, backing tracks or prerecorded music of any kind. The band uses a state-of-the-art sound system but, only plays authentic 1960’s period vintage and reissue vintage gear and instrumentation, just like the original artist’s and original recordings. This, combined with genuine 1960’s mod costumes that the band wears, only adds to the meticulous detail and authenticity of this popular and powerful theater show.

The members of The Sixties Show were hand-picked to perform and record with Sir Paul McCartney, The Beach Boys, Brian Wilson, The Bee Gees, Mick Jagger, Bruce Springsteen and other legends and individually have performed at the most renown venues in the world such a Madison Square Garden, The Hollywood Bowl, Wembley Stadium, The Grand Rex in Paris, The Budokan in Tokyo and others.