Calling out all the pop music lovers out there! This one’s for you! Are you ready to have an incredible night with your friends and family? Do you want to re-live the iconic boy band music era of the 90s and 2000s? Then you got to come and join the live concert of Boy Band Review at the Sturges-Young Center for the Arts in Sturgis, Michigan on Saturday July 29th at 7:30 PM! Get ready to scream, sing, and dance to the greatest hits of Backstreet Boys, NSYNC, Boyz II Men, and more! This blog post will tell you everything you need to know about the concert, the performers, the venue, and why you shouldn’t miss it for anything!
Who is Boy Band Review?
Boy Band Review is one of the hottest and most popular musical tributes in the United States. They have been performing across the country since 2016 and have gained a massive following and reputation for their nostalgic and energetic performances. The group consists of talented and charismatic performers who are dedicated to bringing the boy band music era back to life. They perform iconic songs of Backstreet Boys, NSYNC, Boyz II Men, One Direction, and more. They don’t just sing, but they dance, dress, and behave like the original boy bands, which makes the audience feel like they are attending an actual concert of their favorite bands.
What to expect from the concert?
Boy Band Review in Sturgis is going to be a highly entertaining and interactive show that will take you on a nostalgic ride of the 90s and 2000s. The concert will feature a colorful and vibrant set, vocal harmonies, dance moves, audience participation, and a lot of surprises. You will get to hear all the iconic songs that dominated the music charts of those times, including I Want It That Way, Bye Bye Bye, Everybody, Motown Philly, and more. You will also get to feel the vibes of the concert with your friends and family and will make you feel like you have been transported back to the golden era of pop.
What is the Sturges-Young Center for the Arts?
The Sturges-Young Center for the Arts is an ideal and beautiful venue to host musical events. It is located in the heart of Sturgis, Michigan, and is easily accessible from all major highways. The center has a spacious and comfortable seating arrangement that can accommodate up to 969 guests. The interior of the center is aesthetically pleasing and equipped with state-of-the-art lighting and sound systems that create a fantastic audio-visual atmosphere.
How to get tickets?
Getting tickets for the Boy Band Review at SYCA is very easy. You can visit the website of the Sturges-Young Center for the Arts or call the box office at (269) 659-7211. The tickets range from $22 to $36, depending on your seating preference and when you decide to purchase. Early bird discounts available, get your tickets now! The best seats are going fast. Ordering tickets online or by phone is very convenient. There is also an option of buying tickets at the box office on the day of the event, but they can be sold out in advance, so it’s better to book them as soon as possible.
Are you excited yet? Boy Band Review at Sturges-Young Center for the Arts is going to be one of the best musical events of the year, and you do not want to miss it. Get ready to go back in time, listen to your favorite songs, dance, and have a blast with your loved ones. Boy Band Review is going to take you on a journey that you will remember for years to come. Get your tickets today and be a part of one of the most popular and entertaining tributes in the United States!
Doors and Cocktail Social Hour start at 6:00 p.m.
Sponsored in part by the Sturgis Area Community Foundation – Flora Beck Performing Arts Endowment Fund.
About Sturges-Young Center for the Arts
The Sturges-Young Center for the Arts is a large, multi-purpose facility designed to provide an exciting experience whether you’re taking in a performance on the main stage or hosting your special event in one of our many spacious rooms. Our flexible event space, convenient location, professional friendly staff, and affordable rates are just some of the reasons why the Sturges-Young is considered the area’s premier event venue.
Registered in the roster of Michigan Historical Places, the Sturges-Young stage has hosted a multitude of diverse talents in its storied 67-year history including the final 2 performances of the late, great Duke Ellington, a month before his passing in the Spring of 1974.
Built in 1955, the Sturges-Young Center for the Arts (formerly the Sturges-Young Auditorium and Civic Center) features distinct Mid-Century Modern architectural details including limestone block, Roman brickwork, slate tile flooring, and raw cypress paneling. The Sturges-Young Center for the Arts is one of the premier event spaces in Southeast Michigan, offering something for everyone!