Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Get Ready for the 2013 Big E Entertainment





Hilby, the Skinny German Juggle Boy - Daily, 11am, 1 & 6:30pm - Hilby has thrilled audiences on Storrowton Village Museum’s Gazebo Stage and now he brings his antics front and center on the Court of Honor. If you haven’t seen him, you’re in for a treat. Watch out for the bowling ball!





DJ Pauly D, Sept. 13, 8pm, Dance Party!
Named 7th on the list of “World’s Highest Paid DJs” by Forbes Magazine, Pauly D ranks among the globe’s most respected and distinguished disc jockeys. Paul “DJ Pauly D” DelVecchio brings his eclectic track selection, incomparable style, and infectious personality to The Big E. Put on your dancing shoes and join the fun!






Don Felder - A Night at the Hotel California - Saturday, Sept. 14
After his rise to stardom as lead guitarist of The Eagles, Don Felder is flying solo. The former Eagle continues to live up to his legendary talent and performances that he has always been known for. Felder’s latest album, “Road to Forever,” includes an array of impressive musicians including David Crosby, Graham Nash, Steven Stills, and Randy Jackson.


Tommy James & the Shondells - Sunday, Sept. 15 -Tommy James and The Shondells were among the first to experiment with music videos. Their first major hit, “Hanky Panky,” was followed by “Crimson and Clover.” After that came seven more back-to-back smash hits including: “I Think We’re Alone Now,” “Crystal Blue Persuasion” and “Mony Mony.”


Darlene Love - Sept. 14-16, 3 & 8pm - Rock & Roll Hall of Famer, Darlene Love, started her career in the 60s singing lead vocals on a string of hits including “He’s a Rebel,” “(Today I Met) The Boy I’m Gonna Marry” and “(Christmas) Baby Please Come Home.” Take a stroll with Darlene down music’s memory lane.

Mike Pender of The Searchers - Sept. 17-20, 3 & 8pm - Known for his affiliation with the 1960s Rock group, The Searchers, Mike Pender’s musical success follows him to The Big E. The Searchers scored 3 #1 hits including “Needles and Pins” and “Love Potion Number 9.” They were, at one time, considered the second most successful group behind the Beatles.


Hunter Hayes - Friday, Sept. 20 - $39/$29 - At just 21 years-old, singer-songwriter Hunter Hayes’ heartfelt Pop-Country voice has earned him a Grammy nomination and the opportunity to perform with three of country’s most celebrated artists: Taylor Swift, Rascal Flatts and Carrie Underwood. Hayes has charmed his audience with songs such as “Storm Warning,” “Wanted,” and “Somebody’s Hero.” He has topped the Country charts in the U.S. and Canada since his debut album was released in October 2011.



The Diamond Collection - Sept. 21, 3 & 8pm - Local talent, Kenny LaBelle, brings The Diamond Collection, his show honoring superstar Neil Diamond’s music, to The Big E. 


Symphonic Sounds of Elvis featuring Maestro Joe Guercio - Saturday, Sept. 21 - Known for his involvement in Elvis’s orchestra from 1970-1977, Maestro Joe Guercio brings the King of Rock and Roll’s legacy to this year’s Big E. Special guests include Elvis’s Imperials and vocalist Andy Childs. Don’t miss out on this rockin’ opportunity to honor the King of Rock and Roll.


The Soul Survivors - Sept. 22-25, 3 & 8pm - Get ready for a taste of R&B from Philadelphia’s Soul Survivors as they take the “Expressway to Your Heart.”



Ides of March - Sept. 26-29 - 3 & 8pm - Their 1970 smash “Vehicle” started a string of hit records including “Eye of the Tiger” and “The Search is Over.”



 

Kix Brooks - Fri. Sept. 27 - Kix Brooks is best known for his success with Brooks & Dunn, the bestselling Country music twosome of all time. Together, they sold over 30 million records, won more than 75 major industry awards, had 23 #1 hits and scored 41 Top Ten singles. In 2006, he joined American Country Countdown and was honored with the 2009 National Broadcasting Personality of the Year award. He is the first person to win a CMA in both the artist and broadcast categories.


Austin Mahone – Saturday, Sept. 28 – 7:30 p.m. - At just 17 years old, singer-songwriter Austin Mahone is poised for stardom. Already making his mark on the scene, he recently sold out New York’s famed Best Buy Theater within minutes of on-sales. His current single, “Say You’re Just a Friend” is lighting up the radio and climbing the charts. Mahone recently released a new album titled What About Love.

The Beach Boys - Sunday, Sept. 29 - Beach Boys Mike Love and Bruce Johnston take fairgoers on a Surfin’ Safari down memory lane playing a torrent of hits that sold albums by the tens of millions. The Beach Boys changed the musical landscape of their day and were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1988. The original duo is joined by Christian Love, Randell Kirsch, Tim Bonhomme, John Cowsill and Scott Totten as they continue the legacy of this iconic American band.
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