PORT CHESTER, N.Y. – This week at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, you can catch a night of comedy with George Lopez and two nights of Grace Potter and The Nocturnals. Here’s what you need to know about the upcoming shows:
Friday, Feb. 22 - George Lopez
Join George Lopez, late-night host, sitcom star and comedian. The show was rescheduled from Nov. 2, which was canceled due to Hurricane Sandy. All tickets for the evening will be honored, or refunds will be available. This event is 18 and over. It will have reserved seats in the orchestra, loge and balcony. Tickets are $45, $59.50 and $79.50 depending on seating. To purchase tickets visit The Capitol Theatre’s box office or event page.
Saturday, Feb. 23 and Sunday Feb. 24 – Grace Potter & The Nocturnals
Vermont-based rock band Grace Potter and the Nocturnals will grace the stage for two nights this weekend. Saturday night will feature singer-songwriter hailing from Tennessee Rayland Baxter.
The vocal style of Grace Potter has been compared to rock and blues singers like Janis Joplin and Koko Taylor. She founded the band with drummer Matt Burr and guitarist Scott Tournet. The current lineup of the band also includes guitarist Benny Yurco and bassist Michael Libramento. Their latest album “The Lion The Best the Beat” was released last year, along with a live album, “Life from the Legendary Sun Studio.”
This event is 18 and over. It will have general admission standing-room only floor and reserved seats in the loge and balcony.
The first night currently is sold out, but tickets still are available for Sunday. Advance tickets are $35 for general admission and $55 for seating. On the day of the show, tickets are $40 for general admission and $60 for seating on the day of show.
To purchase tickets, visit The Capitol Theatre’s box office or event pages for Saturday or Sunday.
Doors for all shows open at 6:30 p.m., and music begins at 8. The Capitol Theatre is at 149 Westchester Ave., Port Chester.
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