Wednesday, November 18, 2015

The 60's Boys Storm SunnyBrook Ballroom

Blogger's Note: The following information was provided by SunnyBrook Ballroom. 

Eastern Pennsylvania’s Premier 60’s Band returns to the SunnyBrook Ballroom, on Saturday, Nov. 21 at 8 p.m., doors open at 7 p.m. 

Tickets are on sale now for $30 through Nov. 20. Tickets will also be available at the door for $30. 

The 60’s Boys enter audiences of all ages with authentic vocal renditions, appearing throughout the Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York

With superlative vocals, musicianship, dynamic enthusiasm and a genuine love of the music they perform, The 60’s Boys authentically recreate the hits made famous by the likes of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, the Blues Brothers, the Grease Soundtrack, the Beach Boys, the Temptations, the Righteous Brothers, Wilson Pickett, James Brown, the Beatles and classic hits from so many others.

The 60’s Boys create an energetic bond with their audiences, ensuring an evening of dancing in the aisles, toe tapping and clapping all night long. What better place to enjoy this that at the famous SunnyBrook Ballroom?

Reopened in 2008 as an entertainment venue through the work of scores of volunteers from the community, the facility’s casual fine dining restaurant and Chummy’s Lounge was reopened in 2011.

The venue is owned and operated by the SunnyBrook Foundation.

During the heyday of big band music, the historic ballroom was a regular stop on the tours of all of the era’s big bands. Benny Goodman, Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey, Glenn Miller, Frank Sinatra, and Louis Armstrong are just a few of the names of nationally known performers who filled the room with the music of the era.

The venue has hosted political rallies, community meetings, weddings, wedding receptions, class and family reunions, high school proms, and other events.

1 comment:

  1. I went to a wedding here several years ago and fell in love. The place is beautiful and I was so incredibly impressed and charmed with this place that when I got engaged, we didn't even shop around. It was wedding venues Los Angeles or bust.