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Proudly calling itself "the big, Black, and queer-ass Great American Musical for all", A Strange Loop could be described as Samuel Beckett meets 'Inception' meets the #BlackLiveMatter movement. It's part absurdist comedy, part socially-charged think-piece, but utterly and completely loveable. Don't miss out as this critically acclaimed production as it heads to the West Coast in 2024, showing at the ACT's Toni Rembe Theatre in San Francisco and LA's Ahmanson Theatre.
Independent Indie-Pop band, AJR bring their unique DIY electronic sound to a venue near you this year. Not ones to shy away from hard work, AJR are best known for producing, writing and mixing all their work by themselves, using their living room in their apartment as their studio. Consistently producing top tracks don't miss your chance to these rising stars live on tour!
In 1995, Alanis Morrisette released her epic alt-rock masterpiece, Jagged Little Pill, displaying an evocative talent in songwriting and emotional resonance. As the soundtrack to a generation, this 33 million-selling album cemented Morrisette as a definitive 1990s rock powerhouse and it even lit up the Broadway stage with its very own musical adaptation. Don't miss Alanis live in 2024 on the Triple Moon Tour, with support from Joan Jett and the Blackhearts and Morgan Wade!
Formed in 1971 by Venezuelan dancer ex-pat Tina Ramirez, this New York-based dance company dedicates itself to preserving and celebrating the legacy of Latin dance, and the experiences of its Latin and Hispanic dancers, who make up the company. Having performed for more than two million people in the United States, Europe, and South America, they have brought the same recognition to their dancer as Alvin Ailey has done for black dancers.
'90s legends, Blink-182, are heading out on a brand new tour in support of their latest album 'One More Time,' with special guests Pierce The Veil! Expect to hear new material along with their nostalgic fan favorites, including 'All The Small Things,' 'What's My Age Again?' and 'Adam's Song.' It's going to be one night you don't want to miss.
Recognized by his vibrant blue and orange attire and contagiously energetic personality, Blippi is a delight to watch for children everywhere. The fun and spirited character is heading on tour, providing families with an unmissable show that is packed with excitement as much as it is a learning experience for little ones.
Country crooner Chris Stapleton's legacy reaches far beyond Nashville's city limits. Having penned songs for the likes of Adele, Sheryl Crow, and Alison Krauss, there's a slim chance that you've not heard a tune created by the prolific songwriter. In 2015, the stetson-toting country gentleman stepped from out of the shadows with Traveller. In 2017 he released From A Room: Volume 1, followed later in the year with Volume 2 . Don't miss Stapleton live as he celebrates his Grammy wins, adding an extensive list of new dates to his All-American Road Show!
Based on the board game and the cult movie classic, Clue is a fiendishly funny murder mystery, where everyone is a suspect, and the next potential victim! Featuring all the colorful characters from the game, from Colonel Mustard to Mrs. White, Clue leads us from room to room in a whirlwind of slapstick comedy and real theatrical verve.
Denton, TX native Cody Jinks's career took a sideways turn in his early days when he formed a thrash metal band, before heading back to his first love, country. His first album, 2015's Adobe Sessions charted in Billboard's regional Heatseekers charts at No.2. His second album dropped in 2016, entitled I'm Not the Devil and instantly debuted at No. 4 on the Top Country Albums chart. But more recently he was lauded for covering Pink Floyd's Wish You Were Here', and made his national TV debut on Conan with his single, I'm Not the Devil.
Phone rings, door chimes, in comes... Company! After taking London and Broadway by storm (and garnering four Tony Awards), Marianne Elliot's gender-bent production of the Stephen Sondheim classic is now hitting the road on tour! First seen in 1970, Company was like no other Broadway musical of the time, disrupting the usual plotlines with a fresh series of vignettes that connect the intersecting lives and relationships of the characters.
Enrique Bunbury is the former lead singer of Spanish rock greats Heroes del Silencio, who recorded four genre-defining studio albums before breaking up in 1996. Since the split, Bunbury has established himself as a formidable solo artist, with 2013's Palosanto, proving a major hit and cementing his new career.