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Nov 30 - Dec 12, 2021
Southside Johnny and The Asbury Jukes
Aug 20, 2021
Oct 9 - 16, 2021
The Ultimate Queen Celebration
Oct 23, 2021
Oct 25, 2021
Winner of 11 Tony Awards
November 30 - December 12, 2021
A true cultural phenomenon, Lin-Manuel Miranda's Pulitzer Prize-winning Hamilton is changing the face of the modern musical. An exhilarating historical epic, that is equal parts Sondheim and Notorious B.I.G., this record-breaking Broadway musical traces the life and times of Alexander Hamilton, one of America's most important (and colorful) historical figures.
August 20, 2021
It's Soultime! Southside Johnny, aka the grandfather of the New Jersey sound, is hitting the road with his ragtag group the Asbury Dukes, bringing the brass-heavy soul of the Jersy Shore along with them. The band has been grooving together in various forms since 1976 and are often mentioned in the same breath as Bruce Springsteen, who's performed with them on several occasions.
October 9 - 16, 2021
After delighting audiences on Broadway Vivian and Edward are bringing their whirlwind romance on their first national tour! Overseen by the movie's director, the late Garry Marshall, this show boasts music from Bryan Adams and direction and choreography from two-time Tony winner Jerry Mitchell (Kinky Boots).
October 23, 2021
Virtuoso vocalist Marc Martel started drawing comparisons to the late, great Freddie Mercury long before he ever decided to pay the idol homage in one of the finest Queen tribute acts the world has ever seen. Determined to make his way into rock history, he first rose to prominence as the frontman of Canadian rock outfit Downhere, touring constantly and garnering numerous Juno Awards (Canada's version of a Grammy). After paying his dues with the band for 15 years, Marc Martel was encouraged to enter a competition to sing live with Queen's remaining members and after a whirlwind wind, he never looked back.
October 25, 2021
The Eighties' hitmakers Foreigner return for another rocking tour! Led by English guitarist and songwriter Mick Jones, the British-American band knows a thing or two about creating epic rock'n'roll anthems and power ballads; with a whopping ten multi-platinum albums to date, they continue to sell out shows and tours.
220 Weybosset St, Providence, RI 2906
Providence Performing Arts Center is a 3,100-seat venue, located in the centre of the area's arts and entertainment district. The center is on the National Register of Historic Places, and has been ranked by Pollstar as one of the Top Venues in the world. Between 1972 and 1975 the building was known as the Palace Concert Theater, and it was used mainly for rock concerts. It now holds a wide range of events, including Broadway shows, concerts, plays and movies.
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