Infinity Hall Named Promoter of Record for Warner Theatre
The Warner Theatre has announced that Infinity Music Hall & Bistro has become the promoter of record for the Warner Theatre's contemporary music concerts. Kicking off the new collaboration is a concert with the legendary B.B. King on Oct. 8th at the historic Warner venue in Torrington, CT.
The two venues took a trial run at this partnership earlier this year when Infinity Music Hall presented The Charlie Daniels Band, followed by John Legend, which sold out in a matter of minutes.
"We were so excited by the community's response to these two shows that making the presenting partnership more official seemed to make sense," says Infinity Music Hall founder/owner Dan Hincks. "We are so happy to be partnering with the Warner in this way to bring even more world-class music to Litchfield County."
Warner Theatre Executive Director Lynn Gelormino echoes Hincks' feelings. "This is a historic moment for two premier arts organizations in Northwest Connecticut," she says. "We are thrilled to be working with the team from Infinity and believe that this relationship will result in greater access to quality entertainment than what either organization can offer individually."
B.B. King, known as the King of the Blues, is an artist who defies his age by continuing to travel year-round playing before the audiences he loves. Since he started recording in the 1940s, he has released over 50 albums, many of them award-winning.
Both venues will promote the B.B. King show, but the Warner Theatre box office will handle ticket sales. Tickets are on sale now, and range in price from $49 to $95.