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Best Concerts Dec 1 - 31

The Texas Tenors at Blue Gate Performing Arts Center

The Texas Tenors

If someone mentions the word opera, you probably think Italy, maybe Germany but... Texas?! Well, The Texas Tenors are changing that perception all right. Combining elements of opera, country music, and pop, the songs you can expect to hear at a Texas Tenors concert range from 'Unchained Melody' to 'Nessun Dorma' to 'My Way'.

Dionne Warwick at Blue Gate Performing Arts Center

Dionne Warwick

One of the greatest singers of 20th Century, Dionne Warwick had a string of huge hit singles throughout the 1960s, and was the singer of choice for songwriting giants Burt Bacharach and Hal David. While many other American artists found themselves sidelined by the British invasion, Warwick continued to see success with iconic tracks like 'Walk on By', 'Alfie', 'I Say a Little Prayer for You', 'Do You Know the Way to San Jose' and 'This Girl's in Love with You'.

Steven Curtis Chapman at Blue Gate Performing Arts Center

Steven Curtis Chapman

Steven Curtin Chapman is probably one of the biggest names in Christian Contemporary music. From his 20 albums, five Grammy awards and 58 (!) Gospel Music Association Dove Awards Chapman has been bringing his talent to fans and worshippers across the States for the last 30 years. Join Chapman has he brings his plethora of hits to a stage near you!

The Rat Pack Is Back at The Lerner Theatre

The Rat Pack Is Back

Relive the days of the Rat Pack with Las Vegas' most famous entertainers and their live 12-piece big band as they appeared live in the legendary Sands Hotel Copa Room. It's the only Vegas-based show with national touring companies and an award from the "Congress of the United States" and now its in fourteenth smash year with over 4,500 shows performed in over 34 states, 3 foreign countries and over one million tickets sold.

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy at Blue Gate Performing Arts Center

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy

Journey back to the golden era of swing with Big Bad Voodoo Daddy. Theirs is a world populated by sharp-suited mobsters and high-class dames, and it's an impossibly cool sound which has seen the band's popularity just keep on rising in the three decades since forming in California in 1989. Their catchy name comes from a meeting vocalist and guitarist Scotty Morris had with blues legend Albert Collins, who signed an autograph from 'The Big Bad VooDoo Daddy'!