Jukebox Saturday Night Comes to the Capitol Theatre

THIS FRIDAY, November 3 at 7PM, JUKEBOX SATURDAY NIGHT, a national touring swing era big band, will be celebrating the great Big Bands of the 1930’s, 40’s and 50’s at the beautiful Capitol Theatre in downtown Chambersburg, PA. The audience will surely be swinging and swaying to the greatest hits as recorded by Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey, Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman, Count Basie and more! Vocal selections will include songs made famous by Frank Sinatra, Doris Day, Rosemary Clooney and other vocal idols.  There will be a tribute to veterans at the performanceand it will be a fun filled event for all ages including young musicians!  TICKET PRICES Adults: $34 DISCOUNT for Military and Frontline Workers: $25; Seniors 60 yrs. +:  $29; Students ages 18 & under: $24. Discounts are also available by phone only for Groups of 10+!

       JUKEBOX SATURDAY NIGHT is managed by Glenn Miller Productions, Inc. With over 60 years of successfully managing the World Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra, this company knows how to do Swing! Audiences can expect the same quality as the Glenn Miller Orchestra while hearing the biggest and best hits of the Big Band Era. This energetic 10 – piece big band and vocalists will keep the audience moving in their seats, tapping their toes and clapping their hands.  Concessions, Beer, Wine & Non-alcoholic drinks will be available when the doors open at 6pm.

       Learn more about the Capitol Theatre, buy tickets, watch promo videos and check out more upcoming events at thecapitoltheatre.org or Call/Visit the Capitol Theatre Box Office Monday-Friday 11am – 4pm (717) 263-0202.  (Group tickets available by phone.) Tickets will also be sold at the door as available starting at 6pm.  The Capitol Theatre Center is located at:  159 S. Main St. Chambersburg, PA.

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