bergenPAC Welcomes Jefferson Starship Featuring Mickey Thomas Tonight, 5/4


NEW bergenPAC shows are now on sale: Boyz II Men (May 16th), Eddie Money and Jefferson Starship featuring Mickey Thomas (May 4th), ABBA The Concert (May 15th), and Regis and Joy Philbin (May 6th) on sale Friday, February 17th at 11:00am. Tickets are available at or or by calling the box office at 201 227 1030.

About the shows: Boyz II Men "the most commercially successful R&B group of all time. They've sold ludicrous numbers of records and been involved in three of the longest-running number one pop singles in history, and they've done it as a unit of equals. In fact, their four-part harmonies blend so smoothly that most of the general public would be hard-pressed to name any of the group's individual members. And that's no reflection on their skill as singers; Boys II Men were among the first male urban soul artists to adopt the sort of hyper-technical melodic embellishments that were popularized by virtuosic divas like Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey."

Eddie Money is "a singer/saxophone player from the greater nyc area who has had a string of hits in the 70’s and 80’s including “Two tickets to paradise” , “Baby hold on”, and “Shakin”. The Jefferson Starship will perform a retrospective of the bands career from the early San Francisco days of the late 60;s through their chart busting hits featuring Mickey Thomas “Jane” and “We built this city”."

ABBA the Concert is "the premiere ABBA tribute experience in that many of the musicians performing were part of the actual ABBA touring band. Come experience all the hits replicated with uncanny accuracy from the ABBA songbook ….Dancing Queen, Waterloo, Fernando and many more!"

"Beloved television personality, entertainer and wordsmith Regis Philbin will be performing with a 22 piece orchestra and accompanied by his lovely wife Joy. Regis’ charm and personality shines through in a very special evening of memories and music."

30 North Van Brunt Street
Englewood, NJ 07631
(201) 227-1030

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