House Of Blues Gospel Brunch Tickets
House of Blues is a long established chain of thirteen live music performance hall and restaurants located in major markets across the United States since 1992. The company is now hosting their world-famous House of Blues Gospel Brunch, which as they describe it, is a soul-stirring, foot-stomping one of a kind event that gets the whole family together on their feet. The show features fabulous live gospel performances as well as an all-you-can-eat buffet. According to its attendees, the event is good fun in a family-friendly ambience where the children and their families are up dancing till the end. The gospel band usually sings cheerful, up-tempo tunes that are both harmonizing and wonderful. Lead singers are traded off throughout the show adding to the diversity aspect of the various gospel flavors. House of Blues Gospel Brunch tickets are quite the popular treat among original folk music fans, who delight in southern-inspired cuisines
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House of Blues, which is hosts the famous House of Blues Gospel Brunch, was started in late 1992. The chain’s first ever spot was opened in the well-known Harvard Square retail and commercial area of Cambridge by Isaac Tigrett and Dan Aykroyd, where the former is the co-founder of the Hard Rock Café, while the latter is the co-star of the eighties movie The Blues Brothers. Originally, the company was financed by Aerosmith, Harvard University, James Belushi, River Phoenix, Paul Shaffer, and Dan Aykoryd., among several others. Though, this initial location has been closed down since, its hands-in-concrete driveway still remains where members from the Blues Brothers left their mark. Today the chain has clubs in Orlando, Cleveland, Myrtle Beach, Chicago, New Orleans, Las Vegas, Atlantic City, West Hollywood, Boston, Anaheim, Dallas, San Diego and Houston. Another club spot was selected in Downtown Atlanta across Centennial Olympic Park, which was ready in time just before the start of1996 Summer Olympics. However, the club had to be closed down soon and by 1998 became The Tabernacle, owing to its original designation as Baptist tabernacle.
Among its original financers, Belushi and Aykroyd have remained associated with the chain and are often present for its openings, performing and attending the opening festivities of both, the Boston as well as Houston House of Blues. In July 2006, the company was acquired by Live Nation. Now being a division of the latter, the company is currently operating in twelve clubs across North America, while its Atlantic City location is being franchised. Among these clubs, nine also feature the Foundation Room, which is a special VIP membership club. All these clubs will be hosting the upcoming House of Blues Gospel Brunch. This event is known to gather a cheerful crowd that is all too often into the show, also since the performers make them participate through call and response. Birthday celebrants are invited to join on stage, while there are others dancing about behind the performers.
The menu for the House of Blues Gospel Brunch changes quite frequently. Among the many food choices are Southern specialties as well as morning favorites like pecan caramel sticky buns, cornbread muffins and maple butter, traditional Caesar salad, smoke salmon with cheese-filled tortellini salad, sausage links, hickory smoked bacon, country gravy and homemade biscuits, breakfast potatoes with peppers and sautéed onions, omelet station, homemade waffles, southern fried chicken, shrimp and Creole chicken jambalaya, homemade macaroni with cheese, white chocolate and walnut brownies, prime rib of beef or smoked carved turkey breast, banana bread white chocolate pudding and homemade fruit cobbler. The Gospel Brunch is really an elaborate dining event that should be planned for in advance. It is one of those experiences one must get at least once with the family. So don’t wait till the next time; just grab some House of Blues Gospel Brunch tickets and be there with your lot to enjoy the extravagant Southern cuisine followed by a dose of pleasant blues music.
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