Golden Boys Tour Schedule
Have you ever longed for the days of the teen idols of the Fifties and Sixties and wished
that there was a way to recapture the fun, the music, and the innocence of that time? Well, you are in luck because the Golden
Boys are on tour! The Golden Boys is a group of singers consisting of Bobby Rydell, Fabian and Frankie Avalon, three of the
biggest teen idol superstars of the Fifties and Sixties. All of the excitement and entertainment you have come to expect from
these legendary performers is still present the moment they hit the stage, and no music lover will want to miss out on the
opportunity to be part of all the action. StubHub has tickets to every Golden Boys performance taking place so be sure to
get your tickets now while you can still get the best seats in the house!
The Golden Boys have an exciting performance
slated for April 12th at Belterra Casino in Florence, Indiana and you can be sure that fans from all over the Midwest will
be flocking to the resort to catch this show. On Friday, May 16th the Golden Boys hit Westbury, New York where they will take
the stage at NYCB Theatre. Another exciting concert on the schedule for the Golden Boys is on Friday, October 10th at Count
Basie Theatre in Red Bank, New Jersey. If the Golden Boys are not scheduled to perform near you just yet be sure to keep checking
back on StubHub to stay in the loop as they add more dates.
About the Artists
Frankie Avalon was one of
the hottest stars of the Fifties and Sixties when he starred in several classic beach movies along with Annette Funicello
in addition to his singing and recording career. Songs like Just Ask Your Heart and Bobby Sox to Stockings made teenage girls
swoon and entertained millions. Bobby Rydell gained fame for appearing in the movie Bye Bye Birdie as well as for his hit
songs like Volare and Wild One which won over the hearts of millions of teenage girls across the world. Fabian first gained
notoriety with his repeated guest spots on American Bandstand and charted 11 singles in the late Fifties and early Sixties
when he was one of the biggest teen idols in the world.
You will not want to miss a fantastic
evening celebrating the great music of the Fifties and Sixties. All of the classic hits of Frankie Avalon, Fabian, and Bobby
Ridell will be performed by the artists who made them famous on the same stage on the same night! Your chance to experience
the wonderful hits of decades past brought to you by world class entertainers is just a click away. StubHub has all the information
in addition to the concert tickets for the amazing Golden Boys! An unrivaled group of musicians who have been entertaining
fans of all generations with their soulful vocals and amazing melodies, this spectacular show is a must see for fans wanting
to witness the music of the Fifties and Sixties up close and personal. For any music fans out there that miss the good old
days of great music, Golden Boys is a can't miss extravaganza.
The chance to see several
legitimate pop icons performing live does not come along often, and when they are all taking the stage as part of a Golden
Boys concert it is an opportunity not to be missed. For many just being in the same room as some of these recording artists
is a dream come true and when the house lights finally dim and they strut out onto the stage and prepare to sing there is
an electricity in the air that is palpable. Before you know it a legendary voice is saying hello to the crowd and one of the
first groups to hit the stage begins a classic song from the glory days of doo wop. These are some of the most well known
songs in all of music and continue to be covered by some of the most popular performers in music to this day. The night progresses
and it is like being transported back through time and being given a history of doo wop. After all these years, the artists
remain at the forefront of the pop music world and by the time the night is over you are anxiously awaiting the next chance
to see the Golden Boys in action.
Fabian is the oldest of three brothers and his father worked
as a policeman in Philadelphia. Bobby Rydell got his start by winnning a contest on Paul Whiteman's TV Teen Club which earned
him a spot on the show's cast. Frankie Avalon was born Francis Thomas Avallone and actually played in a band with Bobby Rydell
called Rocco and the Saints.