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Get Ready to Rock at the Capitol Theatre

AKE THOSE OLD RECORDS OFF THE SHELF AND GET READY TO ROCK AT THE CAPITOL THEATRE IN
CHAMBERSBURG, PA ON APRIL 15 WITH FOREVER SEGER, NORTH AMERICA’SDEFINITIVE BOB SEGER TRIBUTE EXPERIENCE

This energizing and nostalgic FOREVER SEGER rock concert has made it onto the top-ranking North American stages with its authentic vocals and commanding performance! With driving guitars, soaring harmonies and an energy that will lift fans out of their seats, FOREVER SEGER delivers a rock and roll show that brings Bob Seger fans back to days gone by.

A true rock and roll concert experience that will ignite the CAPITOL THEATRE audience to sing along while taking this dynamic journey through the 1970’s and ‘80s. From the opening notes of the timeless classic “Turn the Page”, to Rock and Roll anthems such as “Hollywood Nights” and “Night Moves”, it’s clear why Bob Seger fans will be heading “Down On Main Street” to the beautiful and historic Capitol Theatre in Chambersburg, PA for some “Old Time Rock and Roll” on Saturday, April 15, 2023 at 7pm! Doors open at 6pm with beer, wine and concessions.

BUY TICKETS and watch the BAND PROMO VIDEO online at thecapitoltheatre.org OR buy tickets through the Capitol Theatre Box Office at (717) 263-0202 Option 1/159 S. Main St. Chambersburg M-F 11am–4pm; OR at the door as available beginning at 6pm. Tickets cost $38, $33, $28. CAPITOL THEATRE is located at 159 S. Main St. in DOWNTOWN CHAMBERSBURG in FRANKLIN COUNTY, PA

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