BergenPAC to Present Brian Setzer & SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE
New shows on sale at bergenPAC: So You Think You Can Dance Live on Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.; SiriusXM Presents The Brian Setzer Orchestra's 16th Annual Christmas Rocks! Tour, presented by Land Rover/Jaguar Englewood on Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2019 at 8 p.m. Tickets go on sale Friday, July 26, 2019 at 11 a.m. at www.ticketmaster.com or by calling bergenPAC's Box Office at (201) 227-1030.
So You Think You Can Dance Live
So You Think You Can Dance Live, the 16-time Emmy Award-winning show that sparked America's fascination with dance, is set to captivate audiences again this fall - live on tour. Celebrating its momentous 16th season, members of So You Think You Can Dance's Top 10 finalists will hit the road with two of the show's All-Stars. The tour will feature this season's most popular routines, as well as original pieces created specifically for the nationwide tour.
SiriusXM Presents The Brian Setzer Orchestra's 16th Annual Christmas Rocks! Tour, presented by Land Rover/Jaguar Englewood
Iconic guitarist, songwriter, vocalist and three-time Grammy-Award winner Brian Setzer and his 19-piece orchestra will tour the country on their 16th annual "Christmas Rocks! Tour," presented for the fifth consecutive year by SiriusXM. The set list will feature music from the group's three Christmas albums, Boogie Woogie Christmas, Dig That Crazy Christmas and Rockin' Rudolph, as well as original material that spans his 40-year career. Setzer's trademark guitar work and vocal stylings will be matched with his 19-piece orchestra's rockin' big-band horn arrangements, making for a reliably unbeatable combination.
Setzer's legendary career has led him through four critically acclaimed and successful phases from the Stray Cats, to solo albums, the Rockabilly Riot and The Brian Setzer Orchestra. The Brian Setzer Orchestra show seamlessly encompasses music from all these phases. He is a 3-time Grammy Award-winner, and in 2014, Setzer received the distinct honor of being asked by the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. to donate a replica of his original 1959 Gretsch 6120 "Stray Cat" guitar, joining an elite collection of iconic treasures at the museum.