Who's Bad: The Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute Band
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The last date listed for Who's Bad: The Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute Band was Friday January 10, 2014 / 9:30pm (Doors Open at 8:30pm).
Currently at House of Blues:
- Full Price:
- $12.50 - $37.50
- Our Price:
- COMP - $20.00
Flamenco guitarist Roni Benise is known for heating up your television screen with his Nights of Fire circus-style concert show on PBS. For this event he'll scale back while still keeping the flames ignited, playing a concert with his world-class band and sultry Flamenco dancers. You'll hear the passion of flamenco merged with classic songs from Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, Bach and more. Fleshing out his virtuosic guitar work with violin and a Latin band, Benise returns to his roots in the intimate House of Blues, offering an up-close and personal glimpse of a world-class performer. Learn More
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I really enjoyed myself. I liked most of the music but some I just was not familiar with. There were fans from all ages there which was nice. A couple of the band members were really funny. They allowed people on stage for a few minutes to dance. There were a couple of little kids that could bust out the moves with was really funny. Its a good show!
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I really appreciated the experience and enjoyed the show with others.
I asked about accommodations for wheelchair access and the venue assisted us. I was able to see the show from the wheelchair and had such a good time. I loved when they had the...continued
This show is open to all ages.
About the Ticket Supplier: House of Blues Dallas
House of Blues Dallas opened in 2007 in the historic White Swan Building at the crossroads of Dallas’ West End and the newly established Victory Park development. The building dates back to the 1920’s when it housed a White Swan Coffee processing plant. Home to unique pieces of art such as Alan Sainte James Boudrot’s “A Dream Come True” and S. Guion’s painting of Robert Johnson, this unique and history-rich building continues to celebrate and showcase art and music. In keeping with tradition, the House of Blues Dallas displays the “Crazy Quilt” and keeps a metal box of mud from the Delta Mississippi underneath its stage.