Fox Theater to host 8 events to start the holiday season
Posted on October 27, 2021 at 3:40 p.m.
November brings a full lineup of shows to the Fox Tucson Theater during the holiday season.
Tickets for all of the shows listed below can be purchased at Fox Tucson website.
November 5: Atlanta Rhythm Section and Firefall
These “yacht rock” groups have been part of the vibrant southern rock scene since the 1970s.
The Atlanta Rhythm Section was formed in 1970 after working on a Roy Orbison recording session. Their radio hits include soft rock classics like “So Into You”, “Champagne Jam”, “Spooky”, “Imaginary Lover” and “I’m Not Gonna Let It Bother Me Tonight”.
“Firefall” has had a career spanning more than forty years mixing country, folk, easy listening and rock and roll to create their country-rock sound. Their hits include “You are the Woman”, “Just Remember I Love You” and “Cinderella”.
November 6: Tommy Emmanuel
Guitar Magazine readers once called the Australian musician the world’s best acoustic guitarist. Its fingering and percussion style is capable of simultaneously capturing multiple parts of a song.
November 7: Boney James
Four-time Grammy nominee and multi-platinum saxophonist Boney James released his 17th album, “Solid” in 2020. Solid is Boney’s 17th album and the sequel to his 2017 hit album “Honestly,” which was his eleventh Billboard # 1 contemporary jazz album. Adult Urban’s first single “Be Here” was co-produced by longtime Boney collaborator Jairus “J -Mo” Mozee (Anderson Paak, Nicki Minaj, Anthony Hamilton). “Be Here” features the voice and lyrics of R&B star Kenny Lattimore, best known for his R&B Top 10 hit “For You”.
James racked up four RIAA Gold Records with career sales exceeding three million units, making him one of the most successful modern instrumentalists.
November 11: Randy Rainbow (out of print)
Musical satirist Randy Rainbow brings The Pink Glasses Tour to Tucson. The three-time Emmy-nominated singer, writer and comedian tackles the hottest topics and political skewers, as he brings his most viral video song parodies to life on stage.
Accompanied live by some of Broadway’s top musicians, the show will also feature personal stories, an audience Q&A, and all-new original songs written by Rainbow starring Marc Shaiman (Hairspray, Mary Poppins Returns) and Alan Menken ( Little Shop of Horrors, Beauty and the Beast).
November 20: dont live anyway
The current cast members of the Emmy-nominated television show Whose Line Is It Anyway? are presenting their new improv tour at the Fox Theater next month. Dont live anyway? is 90 minutes of comedy and hilarious improvised songs based on audience suggestions.
Cast members Ryan Stiles, Greg Proops, Jeff B. Davis, and Joel Murray will invent real-time music and comedy before. Dont live anyway? features some of the improv games made famous by the longtime TV show as well as some new ones.
All ages are welcome, but please note that some “PG-13” language will be used during the show.
November 26: Sara Evans Blue Christmas Tour
Multi-platinum artist Sara Evans is the fifth most performed female artist on country radio for the past two decades. His five # 1 singles include “No Place That Far”, “Suds In The Bucket”, “A Real Fine Place To Start”, “Born to Fly”, and zA Little Bit Stronger, who spent 2 weeks at the premiere. place and has been certified platinum by the RIAA
Evans was named Best Vocalist by the Academy of Country Music, won American Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards, Country Music Association, CMT and Grammy nominations. In addition, the CMA awarded Video of the Year honors for their single “Born to Fly”.
November 27: Jake Shimbukaroo Christmas in Hawaii
Jake Shimbukuro, will deliver a holiday show rooted in his Hawaiian four-string instrument.
This special will draw on a vibrant catalog of holiday classics such as “We Three Kings”, “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer”, “O Holy Night”, “I’ll Be Home For Christmas” and selections from his “Jake & Friends” which will be released in November, which will feature collaborations with Willie Nelson, Bette Midler, Jack Johnson, Michael McDonald, Vince Gill & Amy Grant.
November 18: Tucson Cinema – Prayers for the Stolen / Noche de Fuego – A film by Tatiana Huezo
This film was selected as a candidate to represent Mexico in the international competition of the 94th edition of the Oscars. It made its Cannes Film Festival debut this year, receiving a Special Mention in the Un Certain Regard program.
The film has also won several awards at the San Sebastian and Athens film festivals.
It’s the story of girls living in a Mexican mountain town, who create their own impenetrable world of magic and joy. One day, one of the girls does not make it to her hiding place on time. The film is largely adapted from the eponymous 2014 novel by Jennifer Clement and is the debut film by acclaimed director Tatiana Huezo (The Tiniest Place, Tempestad).
December 4: Chasing Rainbows Gala
For the December event honoring the Downtown Tucson Partnership, guests are invited to congregate in the “L Offices” event space above the old Chicago store at 130 E. Congress for cocktails and a silent auction. from 5 p.m. followed by a three-course wine – a paired meal prepared by Chef Devon Sanner and his team at Restaurant Zio Peppe.
After dinner, guests will head to The Fox to watch live performances by Shawn Colvin, Mark Cohn and Sara Watkins “Together in Concert”.
A second event is scheduled for January 30, 2022 with Broadway phenomenon Kristin Chenoweth. Details have yet to be announced.
Sponsorship tickets for the evening start at $ 300 per person. Larger sponsorships are available. For more information, contact Jonathon Crider at [email protected]
Coronavirus Protocol: As of September 20, Fox is requiring all customers to provide proof of entry of COVID-19 vaccination OR negative COVID-19 test taken within the previous 72 hours. In addition, all participants, regardless of their immunization status, are required to wear masks throughout the site, except when actively eating or drinking. For more information, see the full policy.
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