Van Wezel Concert Tickets On Sale Saturday

The September edition of "At The Van Wezel" previews the upcoming concert and broadway season.

is on the cusp of its new season with some major guests and the staff at Van Wezel catches us up on what we need to know.

Single ticket sales start 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 8 and you can either order at the Van Wezel Box Office, call 953-3368 to purchase and even make an appointment to pick a seat in person or wait in line. Appointments are made in 10-minute intervals from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, but do not guarantee ticket availability.

Van Wezel's monthly TV show is out now, and be viewed above. 

It'll be packed full of stars of past and present this year ranging from Glen Campbell's farewell tour, Sheryl Crow, Michael Bolton, Smokey Robinson, Clay Aiken, and Queen Latifah to name a few. And that's just the concerts. Actor John Lithgow, of Footloose and 3rd Rock From The Sun among many other films and movies will stop at the Van Wezel for a one-man show. And Howie Mandel will be here, too.

In the Septemeber episode, Van Wezel Executive Director Mary Bensel is joined by Robert Warren, Director of Education and Community Engagement to discuss:

• The 2012-13 Van Wezel Season

• Sponsorship of the Wynnona's Dec. 22 concert with owner Art Conforti

The Van Wezel season features: 

John Legend (Oct. 19)

Celtic Thunder (Nov. 1)

Capitol Steps (Nov. 3)

Glen Campbell (Nov. 4)

Kings of Swing (Nov. 5)

Pandora Manheim Steamroller Christmas By Chip Davis (Nov. 16)

Dave Koz and Friends Christmas Tour (Nov. 23)

Clay Aiken (Nov. 24)

Michael Bolton (Nov. 30)

The Oak Ridge Boys Christmas Time's A Coming Tour (Dec. 4)

Catch Me If You Can play (Dec. 6-7)

West Side Story play (Dec. 10-11)

The Nutcracker by The Sarasota Ballet (Dec. 14)

Wynonna's Rockin' Christmas (Dec. 22) 

A Christmas Carol play (Dec. 23)

Midtown Men play (Dec. 28)

Jungle Jack Hanna (Dec. 29)

Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker (Dec. 30)

New Years Concert (Jan. 1)

Salute to Vienna Strauss Symphony of America (Jan. 1)

Stomp (Jan. 3)

Adam Trent (Jan. 5)

The 5th Dimension (Jan. 6)

Paul Anka (Jan. 9)

Johnny Mathis (Jan. 16)

Momix: Botanica (Jan. 22)

Natalie Cole (Jan. 24)

Doo Wop! (Jan. 25)

Vince Gill (Jan. 26)

Spamalot play (Jan. 27)

Motionhouse: Scattered (Jan. 29)

Neil Berg's 105 Years of Broadway (Jan. 30)

John Lithgow (Feb. 4)

The Philadelphia Orchestra (Feb. 9)

Here To Stay: The Gershwin Experience (Feb. 10)

Frankie Valli & The Four Season (Feb. 11)

Just Imagine (Feb. 13)

Ten Tenors (Feb. 14)

Sheryl Crow (Feb. 15)

Horray For Hollywood (Feb. 16)

The Beach Boys (Feb. 17)

Cathy Rigby is Peter Pan (Feb. 19-20)

Celtic Crossroads (Feb. 21)

Sandy Hackett's Rat Pack Show (Feb. 22)

Russian National Ballet Theatre: Sleeping Beauty (Feb. 24)

A Chorus Line (Feb. 25)

Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra (March 1)

Howie Mandel (March 3)

Les Miserables (March 5, 8-10)

Lord of the Dance (March 12)

The Pirates of Penzance (March 13)

Itzak Perlman (March 14)

Parsons Dance (March 20)

Tempations & Four Tops (March 23)

The Pipes and Drums of the Black Watch 3rd Battalion (March 24)

Voca People play (March 27)

Queen tribute band Gary Mullen & The Works (March 28)

Queen Latifah (March 30)

Golden Dragon Acrobats/Cirque Ziva (April 1)

Hair play (April 2)

Diana Krall (April 4)

Chicago: The Musical (April 9-10)

Smokey Robinson (April 11)

The Addams Family play (April 22)

Chris Botti (April 24)

Rain: A Tribute To The Beatles (April 26)

Celtic Woman (May 9)

Joel Parisi September 06, 2012 at 02:12 PM
Sadly I have to drive to St. Pete to go to concerts and shows. Van Wezel is a great venue too! I would rather spend my money locally.


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