Saturday June 24th 2017

The Moody Blues comes to The Horseshoe

 

The Moody Blues (December 8, 2012 show – 8:00PM, Price: $45 – $140)   

Rock legends The Moody Blues announced their upcoming winter tour that will hit the U.S. starting November 23 through December 15. The tour continues the celebration of the 45th Anniversary of their landmark album DAYS OF FUTURE PASSED, and will begin in on the East Coast in Easton, Pennsylvania, finalizing on the West Coast on December 15 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The Moody Blues recently completed dates in South Africa in Capetown , S.A. and in Johannesburg , S.A. ; in addition to a 32-city U.S. tour across the East Coast this past March and April, which was one of the Top 20 grossing tours this year according to Pollstar Magazine. Additionally, Johnny Depp’s film “Dark Shadows,” features The Moody Blues’ legendary classic hit, “Nights In White Satin,” in the film and on the soundtrack. “Nights In White Satin”, originally released from the DAYS OF FUTURE PASSED album, is one of the biggest selling singles in history, and hit #1 three separate times on Billboard.

If you have never seen a show at The Venue located in Hammond at the Horseshoe Casino, you have no idea of what you are missing. The stage is great with wonderful sight lines and you will have the Vega feeling from start to finish. Great dining spots, plenty of gaming and a glitzy evening is in store for you. Enjoy!

www.thevenue-chicago.com

 

 

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