In The Mood Tickets
If you are in a mood to enjoy the music of 40s then get your In the Mood tickets right away. In the 1940s after the World War II, America required a boost from musical point of view and it was the musicians of that time who took the call. Numerous bands from the music industry including artists like Glenn Miller, Frank Sinatra and Benny Goodman captivated the nation with their music. The Big Band Swing that quickly had the nation captivated during that era is still very popular among music lovers. A great way to relive all of those exciting memories is to watch In the Mood musical. The show is a perfect way to experience that era as it is certainly more than a concert to audience
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- In The Mood, Lila Cockrell Theatre tickets for 01/19 02:00 PM at Lila Cockrell Theatre, San Antonio, TX
- Mon Jan 19 2015
- In The Mood, Newmark Theatre tickets for 03/03 02:00 PM at Newmark Theatre, Portland, OR
- Tue Mar 03 2015
A complete retro of 1940s musical show, In the Mood features an amazing string of singers as well as dancers. There is a wonderful String of Pearls Big Band Orchestra behind this show. The show is as close to originality as you feel. It certainly takes you back in that time, when almost the whole America was listening to the same kind of music and doing the same dance. It was the time when romantic ballads as well as the big band instrumentals of up-tempo used to set a mood among people, for a promising future. The hope was renewed among people with these kinds of entertainments. It was the time when music really gave boost to the spirits of nation.
The creation of In the Mood was actually a celebration of a new and unusual period of time in the history of American music. The Swing era has made many fans and they are now all prepared to enjoy that time once again at this musical. There was a time when the Big Bands were attracting a crowd towards them. Their music was so entertaining and exciting that people simply couldn’t resist. Be it a radio, theaters or ballrooms, it was just the Big Bands that you could get to listen.
A list of great songs was sung by major vocal groups as well as soloists of that time. The national morale of World War II was sustained with the help of that music. One interesting event about In the Mood was done at the fiftieth Anniversary of WWII in Washington, DC when National Archives presented it live. Fans simply loved the idea and the response was just extraordinary. There was a huge crowd of people long before the curtain time.
After such great successes the show is back once again and this is your time to enjoy it live. Another hit performance of the show was done in 1993, and then Archives played its repeat performance at the Constitution Avenue outdoors. A huge number of people attended the show and for some, the party lasted the whole night. There was unlimited dance and wonderful music to enjoy. In The Mood has also done a series of tours that played shows across the U.S. in association with USO.
After being showcased by the USO and National Archives, In the Mood was done in Europe and in Canada as well. It was later in 1997, when the band and its singers were selected to perform at the 53rd Presidential Inauguration Ball. It was done for President and Mrs. Clinton. For more than nineteen years the show has been successfully running all over the place. Since 1994, it has been inviting entertainment, music and theater lovers in a great fashion. A representation of music that has such deep national associations, In the Mood has always kept its standards high and performances exceptional. If you want to enjoy this great show then get your share of In the Mood tickets as soon as you can, because people are still as big fans of this show as they were in the past.
Q:Can I buy concerts in the mood tickets from the venue?
A:Yes you can buy In The Mood Tickets from the venue.
Q:Can I get more than one discount tickets for in the mood code?
A:Yes, you can get more than one discount code for In The Mood Tickets depending on the number of tickets you actually buy.