Jersey Boys Fort Wayne Tickets
One of Fort Wayne’s premier indoor arenas, the Embassy Theatre, will be the venue for an upcoming limited-time engagement of Jersey Boys the musical. Celebrating the legacy of the phenomenal rock ‘n’ roll group the Four Seasons, the play has earned a lot of critical and commercial acclaim for all that it offers. The musical has captured the hearts and minds of millions around the globe since making its debut. It is back to give fans in Fort Wayne a chance to relive the story behind one of the most famous bands of its time. Experience all the greatest hits, rise and fall of this 1960s rock ‘n’ roll sensation with Jersey Boys Fort Wayne tickets.
The brilliant Jersey Boys is about to makes its way to Fort Wayne’s premier indoor arena, the Embassy Theatre. The musical made its Broadway debut back in 2005 and won four “Tony Awards” including one for the Best Musical. Almost a decade after its original production, the play is still going as strong as ever. This limited time run will be your chance to catch this timeless classic in person with Jersey Boys Fort Wayne tickets.
Featuring hit songs like My Eyes Adored You, Big Girls Don’t Cry, and Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, Jersey Boys narrated the story of how the Four Seasons rose to mainstream success and eventually broke up. Frankie Valli, Bob Gaudio, Tommy DeVito, and Nick Massi were four Jersey based blue collared boys who invented their own unique music style that led to mainstream exposure on their way to eventually selling more than 175 million records worldwide.
Since its Broadway premiere in 2005, Jersey Boys the musical has been staged at the West End, Australia, Toronto and some other popular venues around the world. In addition to that, the musical has also been to two tours across the country.
The Fort Wayne production will be directed by multiple Tony Award winning director Des McAnuff. He will be accompanied by a top notch creative team for this venture. Relive the highs and lows of the Four Seasons as this wonderful production recreates how the band reached the top and then split up.