Engelbert Humperdinck ("Release Me") at the Saban Theatre
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The last date listed for Engelbert Humperdinck was Sunday February 16, 2014 / 8:00pm (Doors Open at 6:00pm).
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Best to go a couple of hours earlier if you want to get a bite to eat. Nothing close enough to park and walk to the theater. We had to drive about 5 to 10 minutes away park, eat and go back to a parking lot closer to the theater. We went on a Friday night, so give yourself even extra time. Everyone goes out on Fridays expecially in Beverly Hills. Its a happening place.Paul Anka dining • Oct 31 2014 star this tip starred
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The Saban Theater is Art Deco elegant! Opening act was 17 year old Elizabeth Sams from "The Voice" and she was delightful! Engelbert was very entertaining and his band was extraordinary. Many memories rekindled from the past with some of his "oldies" and an overall entertaining evening with his newer material. The theater was most accommodating with seating physically challenged patrons since there is no elevator and General Admission Balcony seating is up some very steep stairs. Prices for drinks are also steep....wine was $11 per glass and popcorn was $5.00 for a "small". That was dinner. You need to get there early for general seating.....long wait from 615PM to the 8PM performance. Eat before you go.
Parking on the street is free after 6PM but we got there at 610PM and all nearby streets were filled. The lot across the side street is $10 and is easy-in, easy-out. Thoroughly enjoyable evening overall. Would recommend it,but it was one night only. Other Saban one-nighters are now on Goldstar and if you want a blast-from-the-past, choose you favorite and go. You can't go wrong!
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Seats location was less than be desired. Sound system had a few glitches. Surprised Englebert was able to project his voice the way he did considering he kept the microphone at arms length away from his mouth (I thought for awhile he was...continued