Come and experience the music and magic of the 1960s. Go back in time with a live performance
of the Happy Together tour. This tour is one tour you won't want to miss! This year's tour features original Turtles members
Flo and Eddie, along with Chuck Negron, formerly of Three Dog Night, Gary Lewis of The Playboys, Mark Farner of Grand Funk
Railroad and Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels. Each group brings their own unique blend of nostalgia and modern flair
to the stage for a psychedelic event you won't want to miss.
The name of the tour is based on one of The Turtles hit
songs of the same name. The song topped the charts in the 1960s and helped the band become an international sensation. Today,
the band continues to tour and gains new fans with each new performance. The Turtles have teamed up with several of their
famous friends to not only bring the sights and sounds of the 1960s to life, but to give fans something to sing about. If
you're waiting for the concert of the year, this is it!
The Happy Together tour featuring The Turtles, and several of
their musician friends, will be making stops at venues like the RiverCenter – Bill Heard Theater in Columbus, GA, the
Alabama Theatre Myrtle Beach in Myrtle Beach, SC, Heinz Hall in Pittsburgh, PA, the Pacific Amphitheater – Costa Mesa
in Costa Mesa, CA, and many other venues around the US. Don't miss your chance to see this one-of-a-kind group create musical
magic once more. Get your tickets from StubHub today!
The Turtles originally called themselves
the Crossfires, but decided to change the name after signing with White Whale Records. The group then decided on The Tyrtles,
intentionally misspelling the name to mirror bands like the Byrds and the Beatles. But, they soon changed their name to the
traditionally spelling so as not to confuse music fans.
About the Artists
The Turtles featuring Flo and
Eddie. The two original members were there when The Turtles first became famous in the 1960s. They garnered attention from
critics and fans alike when they released a cover of Bob Dylan's "It Ain't Me Babe." The song became a Top Ten hit and launched
the careers of the four musicians. They also became known for big hits like "Let Me Be," "You Baby," "Grim Reaper of Love,"
and "Can I Get to Know You Better." They continued to have success throughout the 1970s and early 1980s, and their fans have
continued to follow their career even today.
Chuck Negron. This accomplished musician became a part of the successful
band Three Dog Night in the mid 1960s. The band went on to have 18 consecutive hits that put them at the top of the charts
and the top of their game. Hits included "Lady Samantha," "Old Fashioned Love Song," and "Joy to the World."
and The Playboys. Lewis and his band were a no-name band when they were discovered by a music producer. But it wasn't long
before they were making history. Their first single "This Diamond Ring" went straight to No. 1 and made the band an instant
Mark Farner. This talented singer and guitarist helped push the Grand Funk Railroad to the top of the charts.
The band first became a sensation after their performance at the 1969 Atlanta International Pop Festival.
& The Detroit Wheels. These Motown natives have taken the best of the city's soul and rock 'n' roll and combined them
into a one-of-a-kind sound that has been impressing audiences for decades.
Happy Together tour gets its name from a hit song by the 1960s rock 'n' roll band called The Turtles. The band first formed
in 1965 and originally signed with White Whale Records. The musicians found success almost instantly with a cover of Bob Dylan's
"It Ain't Me Babe." It made the Billboard Top Ten and became an international sensation. Because of song's success, the band
used it as their title track on their first album. The album was successful as well, and spawned another hit single called
"Let Me Be." This was just the beginning of an illustrious career for The Turtles who found marked success in the US and in
Europe. Today, the band is performing with its two remaining members, and fans still can't get enough of them. Don't miss
your chance to see this band back in action! Get your tickets from StubHub today!
looking for a great night of 1960s rock music that will have you up on the floor, moving to the beat, then look no further
than a live performance of the Happy Together tour. These chart-topping musicians have been wowing audiences for decades,
and you won't want to miss a single moment of their impressive act. Buy your tickets today!