Ringo Starr, Broadway shows, including “Violinist on the Roof” and “Rent”, comedians from The Daily Show, as well as music by Elton John and Quinn are among the 20 shows that the State Theater of Easton offers during its 94th season, the venue is announced Monday. .

Also coming next season are popular Elvis Bash, The Fab Faux (with music by The Beatles), Englebert Humperdink and Riverdance – among other highlights.

“We look forward to the presentation of the show’s season, which begins in January 2020,” said Shelley Brown, president and CEO of the State Theater in a press release. “We will start with the general entrance shows when we return to our beautiful building and also decide closer to the sessions what the duration of the show is and whether there will be intermissions. We are carefully preparing to welcome the audience back to enjoy the fabulous entertainment together again. “

Tickets for the new season will go on sale for members of the State Theater at 10 a.m. Aug. 4 and for the public at 10 a.m. Aug. 12. Tickets and memberships are available through statetheatre.org only. The box office will remain closed for personal sales.

Cast “Violinist on the Roof”

The season schedule announced Monday includes:

Uncle Winnie Comedy Club presents Night with Vic DiBity

20:00 January 9 (tickets on sale)

DiBitetto is currently touring the country with “Three Tenors (Who Can’t Sing)” and has been featured in “Mall Cop 2”. He has been the headliner of theaters in Miami, Boston, New York and Las Vegas. VIP ticket holders will be able to meet with DiBitetto after the show. Tickets $ 59 (VIP meeting and greetings) / $ 44 / $ 39 (for 16+ audiences)

Early Elton Trio: 50th Anniversary Triple Play with Tumbleweed Connection, 11-17-70 and Madman Across the River

The Early Elton Trio pays tribute to Elton John, performing fully the albums “Tumbleweed Connection”, “Madman Across The Water” and the live concert “11-17-70”. The band includes Jeff Kazi of Southside Johnny and The Asbury Jukes (piano, vocals), Rich Pagan of The Fab Faux (drums and vocals) and John Conte of Southside Johnny and The Asbury Jukes (bass and vocals). Artists have put together videos, fake recordings and Elton John’s home demos to shape this show. Information: ranoeltontrio.com. Tickets: $ 26 (total admission)

A comedy tour of the writers of the daily show

20:00 January 30 (tickets on sale)

Experience the comics behind the jokes in “The Daily Show” – the longest program on Comedy Central. The popular satirical program with talk and news has won 24 Primetime Emmy Awards and has to thank the writers for that. The program features Kat Ridley, David Angela, Matt Coffe and Joseph Opium. Tickets: $ 29 (for regular audience)

Big Eyed Fish: Dave Matthews Band Tribute

Big Eyed Phish conveys the sights and sounds of the Dave Matthews Band’s live experience. Music, lyrics, fateful solos and jams, as well as the stage banter that Matthews is known for, will be part of the show. Tickets: $ 25 (shared entrance)

This new production includes the musical hits “Tradition”, “Sunrise, Sunset”, “If I Were A Rich Man”, “Matchmaker, Matchmaker” and “To Life (L’Chaim!)”. “Violinist on the Roof” is a sincere story about parents and daughters, husbands and wives with life, love and laughter. Award-winning director Tony, Bartlett Cher and the team that created the films “South Pacific,” “King and I” and “Tony’s Best Play of 2017” “Donkey” bring a fresh and true vision to this production. Tickets: $ 75 / $ 65 / $ 55

Red Hot Chilli Pipers

Red Hot Chilli Pipers (BEN HUNZIKER / PHOTO)

It’s a bagpipe. It’s rock. This is a beggar with a special guest Liberty High School Grenadier Pipes & Drums. Music and rhythms with a Scottish accent complement the covers of popular songs such as “Amazing Grace”, “We Will Rock You” by Queen and rock mix “Smoke on the Water” by Deep Purple. Tickets: $ 37

Fab Faux with Hogshead horns, Creme Tangerine strings

This Beatles tribute band returns with a mix of Beatles hits and favorites. Aiming to accurately reproduce the Beatles’ repertoire, The Fab Faux are known for their reproductions of these classic songs. Rolling Stone magazine calls them: “The Beatles’ greatest cover band … no wigs.” Tickets: $ 60 / $ 50 / $ 110 (VIP seat with meeting and greetings after the show)

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with these guys from the Irish Comedy Tour. Combine the atmosphere of a Dublin pub party with a noisy group of hooligans. Tickets: $ 29 (for 16+ spectators)

In its 25th season, the production, which won the Tony Award and the Pulitzer Prize, tells the story of a year in the life of a diverse group of artists and friends who are trying hard to follow their dreams without selling out. Tickets: $ 65 / $ 59

Trifecta of Folk Greats: The Kingston Trio, The Brothers Four and The Limeliters

Three folk legends – The Kingston Trio, The Brothers Four and The Limeliters – are featured in this music show. Tickets: $ 49 / $ 39 / $ 29

Engelbert Hamperdynk

Engelbert Hamperdynk (Bobby Bank)

Over his 50-year career, Hamperdink has sold more than 160 million records (including 64 gold albums and 35 platinum), received four Grammy nominations and a Golden Globe. He broke into the music scene in the 1960s along with The Beatles and the Rolling Stones. Among his most famous songs are “Release Me”, “The Last Waltz”, “After the Lovin”, “This Moment in Time” and “A Man Without Love”. Tickets: $ 75 / $ 65 / $ 55

Motones and knitwear: in concert

This energy, inspired by the songs and dances of the 60s, contains one of the most iconic musicians of the 20th century. The setlist of nearly 50 songs by The Motones & The Jerseys features hits by Marvin Gaye, The Drifters, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, The Temptations, The Beach Boys and Stevie Wonder. Tickets: $ 39 / $ 29

B - Underwater Bubble Show arrives at Easton's State Theater 4:30 pm April 16

B – Underwater Bubble Show arrives at Easton’s State Theater 4:30 pm April 16

B – Underwater Bubbles Show

16:30 April 16 (for family)

Inspired by the Cirque du Soleil, the B-The Underwater Bubble Show uses laser technology, snow cannons, a tornado of soap bubbles, theatrical fog, giant smoke rings filled with the smoke of a bubble machine, optical illusions and many other surprises. With references to such classics as “Pinocchio”, “The Little Mermaid”, “Beauty and the Beast” and “Peter Pan”, “B” – as a modern fairy tale. Tickets: $ 43 / $ 33 / $ 23

“One Night Queen”: Performed by Gary Mullen and The Works

17:30 April 17 (tickets on sale)

Since May 2002, Gary Mullen and the Works have performed in the UK, US, Europe, South Africa and New Zealand with sold-outs. Now, in his 13th year touring the United States, “One Night of Queen” is creating the look, sound and pomp of one of the biggest rock bands. Tickets: $ 49 / $ 45 / $ 39

Elvis Bash’s 23rd Annual Meeting with Mike Albert and Scott Bruce

Celebrate the 23rd annual premiere of the Elvis Bash State Theater, which welcomes the King of Rock and Roll. With the support of Group E, Scott Bruce will play a young heartthrob and then Mike Albert in the role of the experienced Elvis in the style of “Vegas”. Tickets: $ 41 / $ 37

Jersey Boys: The Story of Frankie Valley and The Four Seasons

Follow the music and inside the story of Frankie Valley and The Four Seasons in the Tony and Grammy Award-winning musical, with hits “Sherry”, “Big Girls Don’t Cry”, “Walk Like A Man”, “I Can’t Take My Eyes Off You” ». Tickets: $ 71 / $ 65

Oh, what a night of rock and roll, Volume II

April 24 19.00 (tickets on sale)

The band includes Kenny Vance and the Planotones, Shirley Allston Reeves (original vocalist of The Shirelles), Cleveland Still & The Dubs, The Mystics and The Fireflies. Tickets $ 60 / $ 55 / $ 50 / $ 45 / $ 40

Ringo Starr and his band All Starr Band will take the stage at the Istana State Theater at 7.30pm on 7 June

Ringo Starr and his band All Starr Band will take the stage at the Istana State Theater at 7.30pm on 7 June

Ringo Starr and his band All Starr

June 7 19:30 (tickets on sale)

Ringo Starr goes on a tour of North America with his All Starr Band, which features Steve Lucater, Colin Hay, Greg Raleigh, Warren Ham, Greg Bissanet and Hamish Stewart. The tour will return Ringo to the State Theater for the first time since 2012. It came after the release of Ring’s 20th studio album “What’s My Name”. Tickets: $ 74- $ 249

The Tony Award-winning musical comedy hit Broadway inspired the creation of a blockbuster and TV show. Tickets: $ 75 / $ 65 / $ 55. Information: www.hairspraytour.com

A tour dedicated to the 25th anniversary of Riverdance

A remake of this popular Irish and international dance show. Tickets: $ 60 / $ 55 / $ 45

In addition, the State Theater announced that FREDDY Award 2021 scheduled for 7pm on 27 May. The night of the preview will take place on May 26. Go to the page for more information freddyawards.org

In addition, State Theater Acting Camp 2021 will take place July 12-23, 2021 with a concert on July 24.

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