Upcoming Events At Tivoli, Memorial Include Lord Of The Dance

Monday, February 4, 2013

Here are the upcoming events at the Tivoli Theatre and Memorial Auditorium:

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Tivoli Theatre
Saturday, Feb. 9, 4 and 8 p.m.
C.S. Lewis' novel The Screwtape Letters, reveals spiritual warfare from a demon's point of view. A sold-out hit in New YorkChicagoLos Angeles and WashingtonD.C., this funny, provocative, and wickedly witty theatrical adaptation will change the way you think about how demons influence your everyday life. For Group Sales, please call Fellowship for the Performing Arts on 866.476-8707. The performance is appropriate for ages 13 and up; children under 4 not admitted. All seats reserved from $40.50 to $91 plus convenience fees. Tickets are on sale now online at ChattanoogaOnStage.com and at the Auditorium box office. Call 642-TIXS or 757-5050.

 

Lord of the Dance Created by Michael Flatley
Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Auditorium
Tuesday, Feb. 12, 7:30 p.m. 

This blend of traditional and modern Celtic music and dance is a classic tale of good vs. evil based on old Irish folklore. It is also a passionate love story expressed through dance. The action plays out over 21 scenes on a grand scale of precision dancing, dramatic music, colorful costumes and state-of-the-art staging and lighting. All seats reserved from $30 to $50 plus convenience fees. Tickets are on sale now online at ChattanoogaOnStage.com and at the Auditorium box office. Call 642-TIXS.

Merle Haggard

Tivoli Theatre
Wednesday, Feb. 13, 7:30 p.m.
The Hag is back. All seats reserved at $38.50 plus convenience fees. All seats reserved from $32.50 to $55 plus convenience fees. Tickets are on sale now online at ChattanoogaOnStage.com and at the Auditorium box office. Call 642-TIXS or 757-5050.

 

My Funny Valentine Comedy Jam
Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium
Friday, Feb. 15, 8 p.m.
New lineup. Featuring Sheryle Udnerood, Arnez J, Damon Williams, Tony Rock and Tommy Davidson. All seats reserved from $39.50 to $47.50 plus convenience fees. Tickets are on sale now online at ChattanoogaOnStage.com and at the Auditorium box office. Call 642-TIXS.

 

CSO Pops: Big Band Fever!

Tivoli Theatre

Friday-Saturday, Feb. 15-16, 8 p.m 

The Big Band is back. The CSO's Big Band returns to the stage for our annual concert of the greatest Swing pieces. Special guest is Doc Severinsen, former band leader of the Tonight Show. Tickets are on sale now at the CSO box office and online at ChattanoogaSymphony.org. Call 267-8583.

 

Comedian Brian Regan

Tivoli Theatre
Thursday, Feb. 28, 7:30 p.m.
Critics and his peers agree—Brian Regan is one of the premiere comedians in the country. The perfect balance of sophisticated writing and physicality, Brian fills theaters with fervent fans that span generations. All seats reserved at $38.50 plus convenience fees. Tickets are on sale now online at ChattanoogaOnStage.com and at the Auditorium box office. Call 642-TIXS or 757-5050. 

CSO Pops: The Matrix
Tivoli Theatre
Saturday, March 2, 8 p.m.
This live film concert combines visionary science fiction imagery with the sound of a large symphonic orchestra. Watch the movie and hear the CSO play the movie music at the same time! Conducted by Don Davis, who composed the groundbreaking musical soundtrack for The Matrix. Tickets are on sale now at the CSO box office and online at chattanoogasymphony.org. Call 267-8583.

Paul Belcher Gospel Concert
Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium
Saturday, March 2, 6:30 p.m.
Celebrating 40 years in gospel music with The Inspirations, The McKamey, Heirline, The Greesons and Michael Combs. Groups, call 253-7900. Reserved floor seats are $21. General admission balcony seats are $16. Kids 12 and under are free, balcony only. The usual convenience fees apply. Tickets are on sale now at the Auditorium box office, online and by phone at 642-TIXS.

CSO Masterworks: Verdi Requiem
Tivoli Theatre
Friday-Saturday, March 15-16, 8 p.m. 
Join us for this spectacular choral-orchestral work by the great Romantic composer, Guiseppe Verdi. Priya Palekar, soprano; Rosella Ewing, mezzo-soprano; Richard Clement, tenor; and Peter Volpe, bass and the CSO chorus join the Chattanooga Symphony Orchestra for this performance. Tickets are on sale now at the CSO box office and online at ChattanoogaSymphony.org. Call 267-8583.

Comedian Jim Gaffigan

Tivoli Theatre
Sunday, March 17, 7:30 p.m.
The White Bread Tour 2013. Don't miss this hilarious husband to a hot wife, father of 5, comedian, actor, writer and former sleeper. All seats reserved at $39.75 - $49.75 plus convenience fees. Tickets are on sale now online at ChattanoogaOnStage.com and at the Auditorium box office. Call 642-TIXS or 757-5050.

Closed Door presents: The Sound of Music
Tivoli Theatre
Thursday, March 21, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, March 23, 1 and 7:30 p.m.
Closed Door Entertainment, a community theatre group from North Georgia, presents the beloved Rodgers and Hammerstein musical about the Trapp Family Singers. All seats reserved from $20 to $28.50 plus convenience fees. Tickets are on sale now at the Auditorium box office and online at ChattanoogaOnStage.com. Call 642-TIXS or 757-5050.

George Jones – The Grand Tour

Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium
Friday, March 22, 7:30 p.m.
Your last chance to catch the Possum on this 2013 farewell tour. With special guest Wilson Fairchild. Jones' trophy rack is full of CMA Awards, Grammys, Country Music Hall of Fame Awards, Kennedy Center Honors and more. But Jones has always been more about soul and authenticity than statistics. All seats reserved at $42.75 plus convenience fees. Tickets are on sale now online at ChattanoogaOnStage.com and at the Auditorium box office. Call 642-TIXS.

Chonda Pierce
Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium
Saturday, April 6, 7 p.m.
Presented by DMI Concerts. Armed with an abundance of Southern charm and sharp wit, Chonda Pierce has been entertaining audiences coast to coast for over a decade. Pierce has authored eight books and has ranked among Pollstar's top-selling live performers. Her comedy is regularly featured on XM and Sirius satellite radio. All seats reserved at $20.75 ($18.75 for groups 15+) plus convenience fees. Tickets are on sale now online at ChattanoogaOnStage.com and at the Auditorium box office. Call 642-TIXS.

An Evening with Bill Cosby

Tivoli Theatre

Sunday, April 14, 7 p.m.
One of America's most beloved comedians, Bill Cosby has captivated generations of fans with his comedy routines, iconic albums, hit TV shows, and best selling books such as Fatherhood. His comedy transcends age, gender and cultural barriers. All seats reserved from $48 to $65.50 plus convenience fees. Tickets are on sale now online at ChattanoogaOnStage.com and at the Auditorium box office. Call 642-TIXS.

Celtic Woman

Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium
Friday, April 19, 8 p.m.
$31 - $101 + convenience fees
Under the musical direction of Emmy-nominated music producer David Downes, this spectacular musical experience features Celtic Woman performing classic Irish tunes, timeless pop anthems, and inspirational songs. All seats reserved from $31 to $101 plus convenience fees. Tickets are on sale now online at ChattanoogaOnStage.com and at the Auditorium box office. Call 642-TIXS.

 

Rock of Ages

Tivoli Theatre
Sunday, April 21, 7 p.m.
This hilarious, feel-good, rock-n-roll love story is told through the mind-blowing, face-melting hits of Journey, Hight Ranger, STYX, REO Speedwagon, Pat Benatar, TWisted Sister, Poison, Asia, Whitesnake and many more. Don't miss this awesomely good time where big hair meets big dreams and the result totally wails. All seats reserved from $48 to $65 plus convenience fees. Tickets are on sale now online at ChattanoogaOnStage.com and at the Auditorium box office. Call 642-TIXS or 757-5050.


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