Dead Can Dance
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
Apr 30 - May 3, 2020
May 30, 2020
Jun 1, 2020
Above And Beyond
Jun 2, 2020
Renowned purveyors of transportive soundscapes, Dead Can Dance return to North America in 2020 to bring audiences an expansive deep dive into their incredible body of work on newest tour: 'A Celebration of Life & Works 1980 - 2020'. A highly anticipated move, expect to hear some of the band's most captivating pieces from their self titled 1984 debut to 2018's Dionysus.
April 30 - May 3, 2020
Designated by Congress as 'a vital American cultural ambassador to the world', it's been over 60 years since Alvin Ailey and his group of African-American dancers performed for the very first time at the 92nd Street Y in New York City. This tour is packed full of premieres and returning favorites.
May 30, 2020
Bill Maher has set the boundaries of political humour on American television, and even now continues to push new ones. His combination of unflinching honesty and big laughs have earned him a staggering 23 Emmy nominations to date. The controversial satirist's career launched with stand-up almost 30 years ago and he returns to his roots an unforgettable night of sharpshooting political satire.
June 1, 2020
German born spiritual teacher Eckhart Tolle will tour around America spreading his own, powerful teachings that he formed ever since a profound and life changing experience he had at the age of 29. His talks consist of new ideas as well as those present in his best-selling books 'The Power of Now' and 'A New Earth: Awakening to your Life's Purpose.'
June 2, 2020
The English progressive trance band from London have steadily been rising through the dance music ranks, especially in recent years with the success of their Best Dance Record Grammy-nominated third album, We Are All We Need. Join them on the road in 2020 as they launch the Acoustic III tour in support of their upcoming release of the same name - completing their genre-bending trilogy!
Citi Performing Arts Center, 270 Tremont St, Boston, MA 2116
Originally called The Met, Boston's premier performing arts venue started life as a glittering movie "cathedral", dripping in chandeliers and marble. It's splendour faded somewhat in the 1960s and 70s, but a ambitious restoration, funded in large part by the Wang family, brought it back to its former glories. It now plays host to dozens of broadway shows, operas and concerts every year.
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