The Hit Men Tickets
“The complete package,” and “… the real McCoy” are some of the phrases used to describe The Hit Men. This group of musicians consists of performers in their mid-sixties with more than a hundred years of experience within the music industry. The band members have worked alongside some of the pioneers of rock music so do not let their age undermine their talent. Although The Hit Men recently came together in 2010, they have made a lasting impression on the rock world. They have made waves in the local and international community. Currently The Hit Men are now on a summer tour so make sure to purchase The Hit Men tickets to see them perform in your city!
The Hit Men Tickets
- The Hit Men, Anderson Theater At Cincinnati Memorial Hall tickets for 09/09 08:00 PM at Anderson Theater At Cincinnati Memorial Hall,Cincinnati, OH
- Thu Sep 09 2021
- The Hit Men, E.J. Thomas Hall tickets for 09/12 07:00 PM at E.J. Thomas Hall,Akron, OH
- Sun Sep 12 2021
- The Hit Men, Stamford Center For The Arts - Palace Theatre tickets for 11/06 08:00 PM at Stamford Center For The Arts Palace Theatre,Stamford, CT
- Sat Nov 06 2021
The Hit Men is the initiative of Lee Shapiro and Gerry Polci from Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. Along with other band members Jimmy Ryan, Larry Gates and Russ Velazquez, The Hit Men aim to relive the golden age of rock and roll music by bringing back hits from the past.The Hit Men are not just great performers but also mesmerizing story tellers. It is this aspect of their music that sets them apart from other modern acts. Their stage presence is unimaginable and the level of energy and excitement they bring to each song is enviable. No wonder they have been applauded for taking rock ‘n’ roll to the next level.
Music and success
It is no surprise The Hit Men have been able to win over the hearts of millions of people. After all, the band members have known each other for decades and were also part of mega-star acts which included Tommy James and the Shondells, The Critters and Elton John and Kiki Dee. This group of friends has reinvented music from the 60s, 70s and 80s. Their covers of mega-hits such as “Oh What a Night,” “Silence is Golden” and “You’re So Vain” (along with many more) have lit up stages for rock and roll fans all around the globe.
The diverse background of the members as musicians, vocalists, arrangers, composers and songwriters has enabled The Hit Men to sell multiple records. With most of their albums declared Gold or Platinum, The Hit Men have indeed become a commercial success. Their popularity as a band has increased to the extent that tickets to their shows are instantly sold out. If you want to see them set the stage ablaze go get your The Hit Men tickets right now!
An experience you will never forget!
A “The Hit Men” concert is described as an adventure of its own. Their years of experience with live performances have made them masters of the trade. They add a personal element to their performances by narrating stories from their pasts and recalling anecdotes from their time working with Frankie, Tommy and Elton (among others). Shapiro and company take the audience on a journey of rock and roll history. The band accurately describes their concert as one where “we are time travelers.” At their concerts the high energy of the crowd and everyone grooving to their famous tunes is evidence of the fact that The Hit Men know how to put on a show. Given that The Hit Men were formed in 2010, they have managed to establish a strong network of fans in a short span of time.
In the words of Lee Shapiro
The Hit Men have proved that they are not a cover band. Even though the songs they perform are the ones played by original bands such as the Four Seasons, The Hit Men add their own spin on the rock and roll classics. Their unique style combined with their passion for rock music and ability to recreate hit songs is reason enough to look out for The Hit Men this summer. In the words of Lee Shapiro himself, “This show is a chance for everyone to relive the glory days of rock and roll with a great group of guys who actually lived and breathed the experience. You’ll walk out of the theatre exhilarated, excited and wanting more. We guarantee it”. You will not be disappointed by The Hit Men’s concert series at all. They are definitely the top pick on our list as one of the groups to look out for this summer. Make sure you purchase The Hit Men tickets and get ready for an experience you will never forget!
The Hit Men Venues
- The Hit Men Anderson Theater At Cincinnati Memorial Hall
- The Hit Men E.J. Thomas Hall
- The Hit Men Patchogue Theater For The Performing Arts
- The Hit Men Stamford Center For The Arts - Palace Theatre
The Hit Men Tour Dates 2021 & Concerts
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! The Hit Men's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Cincinnati at the Anderson Theater At Cincinnati Memorial Hall on 9-Sep-21, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Stamford at the Stamford Center For The Arts - Palace Theatre on 6-Nov-21. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|The Hit Men||Anderson Theater At Cincinnati Memorial Hall||Cincinnati, OH||Thu Sep 09 202108:00 PM|
|The Hit Men||E.J. Thomas Hall||Akron, OH||Sun Sep 12 202107:00 PM|
|The Hit Men||Stamford Center For The Arts - Palace Theatre||Stamford, CT||Sat Nov 06 202108:00 PM|
|The Hit Men||Patchogue Theater For The Performing Arts||Patchogue, NY||Fri Apr 22 202207:00 PM|
The Hit Men Ticket Prices
The average price for The Hit Men Tickets start from $57. The minimum get in price is $27 for The Hit Men Tickets at the E.J. Thomas Hall, Akron. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|The Hit Men||Cincinnati||9-Sep-21||$67||$61|
|The Hit Men||Akron||12-Sep-21||$64||$27|
|The Hit Men||Stamford||6-Nov-21||$147||$56|
|The Hit Men||Patchogue||22-Apr-22||$57||$45|
* Ticket Prices vary on hourly basis.