Three New Shows at the Palace Theatre

May 2nd, 2016, 1:00 pm by Greg

Two new shows have been added to the performance calendar at Albany’s Palace Theatre.

Tribute band Kiss Army – featuring Marc Shadows, Steve Clark, Bryan Angel and Rob Evans – marches into the Palace to recreate the ’70s hitmaking era of Kiss at 8pm on Saturday, June 25. Priced at $22, tickets go on sale to the general public at 10am on Friday (May 6).

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Meanwhile, the husband and wife team of comedian/actors Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally (of the hit TV shows “Parks & Recreation” and “Will & Grace,” respectively) bring their stage show Summer of 69: No Apostrophe to the Palace at 8pm on Thursday, August 25. With the show, the duo will be “yanking the britches right off of their marriage, exposing the salacious details of their fiery union for all the world to enjoy, featuring songs, funny talking, heavy ribaldry, light petting and an astonishing final act of completion.” Tickets are $39.50, $49.50 & $59.50.

Tickets for both shows are available to Palace members beginning on Wednesday (May 4). Tickets go on sale to the general public at 10am on Friday (May 6).

Also announced today, the concert by Cage the Elephant, Portugal. The Man and Broncho – originally scheduled for the Times Union Center – has been moved to the Palace Theatre.

The concert takes place at 7pm on Wednesday, May 11, and tickets are currently on sale, priced at $37.50 & $45. All previously purchased tickets from the originally scheduled TU Center performance will be honored at the Palace. Floor ticket holders will have general admission access to the orchestra section of the Palace. All reserved seat ticket holders will have general admission access to the Palace balcony.

New Concert Announced for SPAC

2 thoughts on “Three New Shows at the Palace Theatre”

  1. Ted says:

    I think Cage the Elephant and Portugal. The Man need a grammar intervention. Is Cage an elephant? Is Portugal THE Man? Or does one Portugal a man after he cages an elephant. This is why they’re headed to the Palace and not the TU Center.

  2. I agree, Ted. Also: I hear The Whom is playing out in California with other old-man bands later this year.

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