Ticket sales are moving fast for the Historic Hemet Theatre 100-year Foundation Gala on January 15, 2022. Tickets for the special VIP cocktails seating at the foot of the stage are already half gone!
“Vintage Vegas” will feature a performance by the legendary impressionist and comedian Rich Little.
CEO Susan Carrier traveled to Las Vegas last month to catch Little’s show at the Laugh Factory at the Tropicana. After the show, she was able to meet Rich and have him autograph her copy of his memoir, “Little By Little.”
“Rich and his crew are excited to be coming to Hemet in January. And fans here can’t wait to give them an over the top hometown welcome to the Historic Hemet Theatre.
“His Vegas show is an hour-long celebration of Little’s best impressions and video memories from his decades of entertainment. His Hemet show will be much longer and even more amazing!”
Festivities for the HHT “Vintage Vegas” Gala will feature a “Chocolate and “Champagne” desert bar as well as an open beer and wine bar. In addition, guests can have a fun photo with props taken in the photo booth, and spin a prize wheel with every entry into the Grand Prize Drawing. A wide assortment of raffle baskets will also be offered.
General admission tickets for the 100-year gala are $100. A limited number of VIP cocktail tables at the foot of the stage are available at $200 per person.
Meanwhile, tickets are also moving quickly for all shows in the next season of the Tribute Mania Concert Series. The theatre has reduced occupancy during the current COVID upsurge, so fans should move fast for tickets to their favorite shows. The first show, Tribute to The Bee Gees, has already sold out.
Season One includes tributes to The Bee Gees with Bee Gees Gold (1/8), Prince with Prince Again (1/22), Mańa with Corazón de Mańa (2/5) AC/DC with Bonfire (2/19), Marvin Gaye with Jackie’s Boy (3/5), The Doors featuring Strange Days (3/19), Johnny Cash by Neil Morrow (4/2) and Van Halen by Fan Halen (4/23). Tickets for Tribute Mania events are $25, general admission. Showtime is 7:00 pm, with doors open at 6:15 pm.
Information on all theatre events is available at www.HistoricHemetTheatre.com or by calling the ticket office, (951) 658-5950. You can subscribe to the HHT email blast by enrolling on the website.
Emily Rand | Contributed
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