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Venice Community Center season tickets now available
Venice Community Center season tickets now available

Sarasota, Florida -- SARASOTA COUNTY - Whether you're a toe-tapping country fan, pop-the-collar disco junkie or you just want to sway the night away, the upcoming lineup at the Venice Community Center is sure to please. And, if you have mixed musical tastes, all the better, because VCC is offering a new five-show, season ticket option for purchase.

Patrons may select five of the eight shows and purchase a season ticket guaranteeing the same reserved seat at every show. Also this year, the VCC has added another reserved section to accommodate more guests. All other seats are general seating.

All shows begin at 7:30 p.m., and doors open at 6:30 p.m. "Season Ticket Section A" is $175, "Season Ticket Section B" is $165, and the newest reserved section, "Season Ticket Section C" is $155. According to the VCC, tickets are selling quickly.

This season's lineup includes:

Satisfaction - Rolling Stones Tribute Band, Nov. 16: The band Satisfaction is internationally acclaimed as the most authentic cast and production show available honoring the "World's Greatest Rock and Roll Band," the Rolling Stones. According to the band's promoters, audiences will be mesmerized as they are taken on a mystical ride beginning in London 1962, then stopping by the "VooDoo Lounge" before heading over the "Bridges of Babylon" and finally, concluding with "Forty Licks.

Sway - Michael Buble Tribute Artist, Jan. 11, 2014: Sway is the leading professional-quality Michael Bublé tribute show in America. More than just a tribute, 'Sway' is a full-show production featuring the biggest hits from international sensation Michael Bublé and stars seasoned vocalist, entertainer and actor Tony Barton. The program is promoted as a fun, up-beat, sophisticated and entertaining show that promises to keep audiences dancing and singing along.

 

Night Fever - Bee Gee's Tribute Band, Feb. 15, 2014: This show is billed as the largest Bee Gees production in the world. The all-Canadian cast has been touring for the 10 years, from Disneyland to Russia, recreating the look and sound of the Bee Gees. Capturing a full history of the Bee Gees, Night Fever performs songs such as "To Love Somebody," "Jive Talking," "More Than a Woman" and "Stayin' Alive."

The Ultimate Performer - Earl Turner, Feb. 19, 2014: Billed as a multi-talented singer, songwriter, musician, dancer and actor, Turner began traveling America at the age of 19 performing with various show bands as a front man. According to the show's promoters, audiences embrace his act, which blends songs that span many genres. Turner's critically acclaimed performances have been touted as an "evening you should not miss."

The Best Show That Never Happened - Buddy Holly, Elvis and Roy Orbison Tribute Show, March 21 and 22, 2014: According to the VCC, audiences are sure to enjoy an evening listening and dancing to the most popular and loved songs by Elvis, Buddy Holly and Roy Orbison tribute artists. There will be a large dance floor, cabaret seating, food and beverages for purchase.

Your Musical Passport Around the World - Tenor Maurice LoMonaco, March 29, 2014: LoMonaco takes audiences on musical journey around the world, singing some of the greatest Broadway songs, famous pop opera tunes and many rock songs with an operatic twist. According to promoters, LoMonaco sings in seven different languages and has a voice that melts heart.

A Disco Dance Party - Hunks of Funk, April 5, 2014: Audiences are taken back to the disco era for their very own Studio 54 dance party. Patrons can dance the night away to an arrangement of funk, disco, hip-hop and more. There will be a large dance floor, cabaret seating, light snacks and beverages for purchase.

Tennessee River Band - Alabama Tribute Band, April 12, 2014: Tennessee River's tribute to Alabama is billed as a walk down memory lane with more than a decade of country songs that revolve around love, relationships and everyday rituals of life.
Call 941-861-1380 for tickets or visit the web at www.scgov.net/vcc/.