The Rock N' Roll Dream Tour Comes to Van Wezel Featuring Iconic Hologram Musicians

Business

SRQ DAILY FRIDAY WEEKEND EDITION FRIDAY OCT 25, 2019

Making its Sarasota debut, The Rock ‘N’ Roll Dream Tour comes to the Van Wezel this November—starring Grammy Award winners and Rock & Roll Hall of Famers, Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly. Accompanied by a live band and back-up singers in this cutting-edge, multi-media holographic performance with remastered audio, the duo will transport the audience back in time for an evening of their greatest hits. BASE Hologram brings two of the greatest song catalogues in music history to life in this immersive experience. Orbison and Holly’s holograms interact with the audience and the musicians on stage using innovative digital and laser technology in this groundbreaking live concert event, featuring hit favorites such as “Peggy Sue,” “Not Fade Away,” “That’ll Be the Day,” “Cryin’,” “Only the Lonely” and “You Got It.” 

“Buddy and Roy were Texans who shared a mutual respect and admiration for each other’s creative musical genius and brilliant songwriting abilities," said Maria Elena Holly, Buddy Holly’s wife. "Their longtime fans and a new generation of fans will now have the opportunity to see these great legends perform together in a unique setting, showcasing two of the finest, most influential and beloved artists in music history."

The show is Monday, November 4 at 8 pm. Tickets are $66-$99. Purchase at VanWezel.org, the Box Office or by calling 941-953-3368. This performance is sponsored by Wilde Lexus Sarasota. Pre-show dining is available at Mattison’s Bayside located in the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall.

Photo courtesy of BASE Hologram.

« View The Friday Oct 25, 2019 SRQ Daily Edition
« Back To SRQ Daily Archive

Read More

Circus Sarasota To Showcase the Finest International Talent in 2020 Show

Circus Sarasota To Showcase the Finest International Talent in 2020 Show

Jan 20, 2020

RCAD Celebrates Black Artistic Achievements with “Spectrum” Exhibition

RCAD Celebrates Black Artistic Achievements with “Spectrum” Exhibition

Andrew Fabian, andrew.fabian@srqme.com | Jan 17, 2020

All Aboard For A Murder Most Fun

All Aboard For A Murder Most Fun

Philip Lederer | Jan 16, 2020

With

With "Sender," Urbanite Brings Chicago Grit to Downtown Sarasota

Andrew Fabian | Jan 10, 2020