The Sweet Caroline Tour is a Neil Diamond Concert Celebration starring the #1 Diamond performer in the world - Jay White. It is without question the most authentic Neil Diamond Concert Experience on the planet. Jay and the dynamic Sweet Caroline Tour Band pays homage to Neil Diamond by performing the hits and beloved gems you know and love with the same energy and artistry Neil delivered over his incredible 50 year career.


Tickets: $35, $40, $45


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Adbacadabra is the best ABBA tribute around and they’ll prove it to you as they perform ABBA’s greatest hits in full ABBA fashion and flair! “S.O.S.,” “Super Trooper” and “Dancing Queen” will be re-created with such precision that you’ll swear you are listening to the originals themselves.


Tickets: $31, $36, $41


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