Long Island will become a hotspot for music entertainment this year when the NYCB Theatre at Westbury opens its doors to some of the world’s biggest performers. On Jan. 30, the venue announced eight new shows as part of its ongoing Catholic Health Concert Series. The entertainment venue is located just outside Westbury in the hamlet of Jericho.
The Westbury Music Fair became a reality on June 18, 1956, when the three entrepreneurs opened their first Westbury production. After 10 years of presenting Long Island with the best of Broadway and top-name talent, the theatre was expanded in 1966. This expansion provided the venue with the ability to provide top-tier theatre entertainment all year round. Still in operation today, the NYCB Theatre is now owned and operated by Live Nation Entertainment.
The new acts will be rolling out from Spring to Fall. Terry Fator on April 23; classic rockers Cheap Trick on May 18, and Chicago on June 23; Pop Icon Johnny Mathis on July 22; tributes to ABBA and Elvis Presley, on Aug. 9 and 23, respectively; singer-songwriter Peter Noone on Sept. 23; and comedian Howie Mandel on Nov. 19.
Amongst these acts, also scheduled to perform are Tommy James and The Shondells on March 18; Nick Cannon’s Next Superstar Tour on April 6; Dionne Warwick on April 7; Theo Von on May 11; Kool and The Gang with the Spinners and Average White Band on May 12; The Temptations and the Four Tops on May 14; and Air Supplyon on Aug. 5. A complete lineup is available here.
Tickets will be made available beginning Friday, Feb. 3, at 10 a.m. through LiveNation.com. “Fee fee” tickets to all 2023 NYCB Theatre at Westbury shows will be available from Friday, Feb. 3. until Sunday, Feb. 5, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the theatre box office. A chance to win tickets will take place on Saturday, February 4 from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m., accompanied by refreshments and music.
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