Up Coming Red Carpet Events
The Australian Bee Gees are a group of passionate and talented men who have spent almost 20 years playing the Gibb brothers' legendary music. When you combine their musical talent with their uncanny resemblance, you’ll quickly understand why they’ve earned the reputation as the must-see Bee Gees tribute show.
Come relive your best Bee Gees moments with The Australian Bee Gees on Tuesday, February 3rd at the Waterbury Palace Theater.
Ultimate Red Carpet Experience Ticket - For a donation of $125 a Meet and Greet reception and a single lower orchestra ticket to see the show.
Single Lower Orchestra Ticket - For a donation of $85.
Single Mid Orchestra Ticket - For a donation of $70.
Tickets for Celtic Thunder are no longer available through donations to CPTV.
Single Ultimate Red Carpet Experience Ticket - At the $225 pledge level, includes a Meet and Greet opportunity and a single orchestra ticket to the concert.
Single Orchestra Ticket - For a pledge of $90.
Ethan Bortnick is a 13-year-old piano prodigy, a true artist. From covering the greats, to composing and playing originals, this kid does it all! Ethan Bortnick has moved audiences nationally and internationally as a pianist, composer, singer, and entertainer. Ethan will be joined by Damian McGinty, who first wowed PBS audiences as the youngest member of the blockbuster group, Celtic Thunder. Then Glee fans fell for him as foreign exchange student, Rory Flanagan.
Single Ultimate Red Carpet Experience Ticket - No Longer Available
Single Orchestra Ticket - For a donation of $70
Tickets for Ethan Bortnick are no longer available through donations to CPTV.
Before their big break, Straight No Chaser was a college a capella group from Indiana University. But after they posted their incredible medley of "12 Days of Christmas" on YouTube, they found their ticket to fame. They were offered a record label with Atlantic Records and by May 2013, they had released their fourth album, Under the Influence. Straight No Chaser is an a cappella group like no other - with a witty mix of humor, immense talent, and undeniable passion for music. They've added their signature touch to pop songs like "Happy" and classics like "Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You".
Tickets for Straight No Chaser are no longer available through donations to CPTV.
Hailing from Utah, The Piano Guys quickly became an internet sensation with their series of strikingly original music videos. Their innovative blend of classical and pop music has launched them to YouTube stardom, growing from 1 million subscribers in October 2013 to nearly 3 million in less than a year. With pianist Jon Schmidt and cellist Steven Sharp Nelson’s incredible talents, they’ve beautifully rearranged songs such as One Direction’s “What Makes You Beautiful” and Coldplay’s “Paradise.” Check out their YouTube videos, and also listen to Nelson’s recently released album “Grace.”
Single Orchestra Tickets are available for a donation of $90 a ticket.
Tickets for ThePianoGuys are no longer available through donations to CPTV.
Trans-Siberian Orchestra has a brand-new, never-before-seen stage show coming to Mohegan Sun on Sunday, November 16 for two shows: a 3 p.m. performance and an 8 p.m. performance.
There are three pledge levels available.
At the $1000 pledge level we have a pair of front row tickets, and a guitar signed by 17 members of the band. (Only one available at each 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. performance)
At the $90 pledge level we have single Lower Bowl "Side" tickets available in Sections 15, 16 and 25.
At the $90 pledge level we have single Floor tickets available in sections 2 & 5.
You may chose one of these ticket options at the 3 p.m. or 8 p.m. show.
Under the Streetlamp: Let the Good Times Roll
Returning favorites of CPTV fans, Under the Streetlamp is back with a new show, featuring classic hits of the 50's, 60's and 70's--"Why Do Fools Fall in Love," "Dream Lover," "Oh! Darling," and much more! The quartet is composed of recent leading cast members of the Tony Award-winning sensation Jersey Boys: Michael Cunio, Michael Ingersoll, Christopher Kale Jones and Shonn Wiley.
Tickets for Under The Street Lamp are no longer available through donations to CPTV.