The Glenn Miller Orchestra — known as one of the greatest big bands of all time — will perform its greatest hits at the Capitol Theatre on June 21 at 6 p.m.
The orchestra will perform one night only in Salt Lake City as they tour the world, bringing classics like In the Mood, Moonlight Serenade, Chattanooga Choo Choo, Pennsylvania 6-5000, String of Pearls and Tuxedo Junction back to the stage.
"Those songs that everyone remembers...This is a not-to-miss show for jazz and swing fans alike or the incurable romantics who want to step back in time," says the event's producer Didier Morissoneau in a release.
You can get tickets at the ArtTix Box Office: (50 West 200 South, Salt Lake City) or www.arttix.org and ArtTix charge-by-phone number 1-888-451-2787.
Tickets: $60 , $65 and $70 (taxes and service fees not included).
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