The Midtown Men Relive the ’60s at Rivers Casino Philadelphia

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PHILADELPHIA, PA — Legendary ’60s music will have you reminiscing about The Four Seasons, The Beatles, and The Jackson 5 when The Midtown Men perform at Rivers Casino Philadelphia on Thursday, Feb. 24 at 8 p.m. The group will sing, dance and entertain guests with non-stop energy for an unforgettable evening. Tickets for The Event Center show are on sale now and start at $29.

Following the development of Jersey Boys’ historic three-season run on Broadway, The Midtown Men are lifting audiences to their feet, realizing the dream they brought to life as the iconic The Four Seasons. This next chapter for these accomplished entertainers makes The Midtown Men the first vocal group ever formed by the principal cast of a high-profile Broadway show.

“The Midtown Men have something for everyone who loves ’60s music,” said Justin Moore, general manager of Rivers Casino Philadelphia. “The group’s smooth sounds and high energy will light up The Event Center.”

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After sharing the stage for over a thousand performances, Tony® Award winner Christian Hoff, Michael Longoria, Daniel Reichard and Tony® Award nominee J. Robert Spencer created their own signature sound and chemistry to delight audiences everywhere, bringing to life their favorite ’60s hits. Guests will enjoy the iconic sounds of The Beach Boys, The Temptations, The Turtles and more.

The Midtown Men have had multiple musical releases—their debut “Sixties Hits” followed by “Live In Concert” and two holiday singles, “Little Saint Nick” and “All Alone On Christmas,” which they recorded with Stevie Van Zandt and Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band.

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