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Music icon Pat Boone to share his life story and perform greatest hits during New Brunswick tour

by on April 23, 2014

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This September, music legend Pat Boone is heading to New Brunswick for a tour that will show why he’s one of the all-time greats. Coming to the Fredericton Playhouse on Saturday, September 27 and the Imperial Theatre in Saint John on Sunday, September 28, the celebrated entertainer’s one-man show is a must-see event.

With over 50 years in show business as a singer, actor, TV host, producer, songwriter and author, the original teen heartthrob has had an epic career. During these two special shows, Boone will share some of his most compelling experiences with audience members. From the early days when he competed against Elvis for the No. 1 spot on the pop music charts, to his film and television career, to an inside glimpse of his family life, audiences will be enthralled by Boone’s incredible life story.

During this event, Boone will perform selections from his all-time greatest hits – classics like “April Love,” “Love Letters in the Sand,” “A Wonderful Time Up There” and many more. In between songs, audiences will be treated to video clips from Boone’s appearances on programs like The Ed Sullivan Show, Late Night with David Letterman and The Tonight Show, and Boone will show hilarious blooper reels from his own television shows, featuring actors like Dustin Hoffman, Sean Connery, Bing Crosby, Dick Van Dyke and more.

This show offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get to know one of pop culture’s most influential icons in an intimate setting, making for an unforgettable evening.

Tickets for Pat Boone’s New Brunswick tour will go on sale on April 28 at 10 a.m. through the Playhouse box office at  1-866-884-5800 and online at; or through the Imperial Theatre box office at 1-800-323-7469 and online

One Comment
  1. Cheryl Mulholland. permalink

    Momma Mia: . I have seen this in both Toronto & NYC. The Fredericton show was wonderful BUT the swearing & explicit sexual references were unnecessary & a negative distraction from an otherwise tremendous performance.

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