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Best Shows Jul 23 - Sep 23

in Huntington

Kevin James at Paramount Theatre

Kevin James

Kevin James might be best known now as the star of The King of Queens, Paul Blart: Mall Cop, and Zookeeper, but his career started well before that in stand-up comedy on the Long Island club scene. After being discovered at the 1996 Montreal Comedy Festival, James made the jump to television, starring in the hit series The King of Queens., and continues to be an audience favorite, in no small parts for his genial observations and gift for physical gags.

Paula Poundstone at Paramount Theatre

Paula Poundstone

Appearing on stage with a stool, a microphone, and a can of Diet Pepsi, Paula Poundstone is famous for her razor-sharp wit and spontaneity. She returns this year with her smart humor and spontaneous wit for an evening of legendary comic material. Her ability to interact with her audience members has been hailed for years, something most comedians fail to do - but there's no slowing Poundstone down as she continues to rip riotous laughter for all who witness her talent. Make sure you don't miss this iconic comedian when she comes to your town.

Andy Grammer at Patchogue Theater For The Performing Arts

Andy Grammer

Multi-platinum singer songwriter Andy Grammer is redefining what it means to be a pop star on his own terms. The Honey I'm Good performer was discovered after his busking on the streets of his hometown Los Angeles drew large crowds. After signing with S-Curve Records, his debut album reached the top of the Billboard Chart in 2011.

1964 The Tribute at Paramount Theatre

1964 The Tribute

1964 The Tribute takes their audiences on a musical journey to an era in rock history that will live in all of our hearts forever. They are hailed by critics and fans alike as the most authentic and endearing Beatles tribute in the world. Choosing songs from the pre-Sgt-Pepper era, 1964 The Tribute live Beatles concert, with period instruments, clothing, hairstyles, and onstage banter.

10cc at Patchogue Theater For The Performing Arts

10cc

Graham Gouldman leads this brand new tour from the influential hitmakers, offering audiences a chance to hear some of their greatest tunes. One of the biggest bands of the 1970s, 10cc always offered fans something new on every record. Whether it be the surreal (Life is a Minestrone), daft (Dreadlock Holiday), or fused with sincere longing (I'm Not in Love), they maintained an individualistic style that remained completely unique even with vast commercial success.

Killer Queen - Tribute to Queen at Paramount Theatre

Killer Queen - Tribute to Queen

When a tribute band sell out the same arenas their subjects did, you know they're onto something and that is just the case with Killer Queen, a bunch of British superfans who've made celebrating their idols into an art form. Led by charismatic Freddie Mercury-look-and-soundalike Patrick Meyers, what started as a one-night thing has now spanned over 25 years and been welcomed the world over!

Eaglemania - Eagles Tribute at Patchogue Theater For The Performing Arts

Eaglemania - Eagles Tribute

As American as apple pie, The Eagles are the best-selling US band of all time. This five member tribute band excel in recreating the sound of the California band, from the instrumentation to the wonderful, five-part harmonies. Their sets consist of the Eagles greatest hits, plus some solo songs from Don Henley, Joe Walsh, and Glenn Frey.

Jim Breuer at Paramount Theatre

Jim Breuer

Man of a thousand voices and all round comic whirlwind Jim Breuer is heading out on tour once again. While he's a cult icon for his role in stoner comedy Half Baked with Dave Chappelle, Breuer has made a conscious decision to shift his stand-up in a family friendly direction in recent years because "it's much more challenging".

Little Feat at Patchogue Theater For The Performing Arts

Little Feat

Formed in 1969, Little Feat is one of the great survivors of American rock music. Having gone through numerous lineup changes and breakups, the band are still playing their unmistakable brand of murky blues, country, and funk. Founding member Bill Payne, who is also a prolific session player, and has played with the likes of Pink Floyd and The Doobie Brothers, is still going strong, touring extensively year on year!

New Found Glory at Paramount Theatre

New Found Glory

Hailing from Coral Springs, Florida, punk-pop band New Found Glory were formed in mid-1997 and have been brightening up stadiums and venues ever since with their catchy, anthemic pop-punk tunes. Catch them live on the road in 2024 with the 20th-anniversary tour of their album 'Catalyst', a unique experience where fans will get to hear all the tracks on the album plus many more!

Bowling For Soup at Paramount Theatre

Bowling For Soup

If you need a dose of unpretentious, instantly catchy pop-punk, then there are few better bands to see than Bowling for Soup. The quintet formed in the 1990s, and spent much of the decade cultivating a small but loyal following as their contemporaries (Green Day et al) took over the world. Get ready to have fun with Bowling For Soup this year!

Rufus Wainwright at Patchogue Theater For The Performing Arts

Rufus Wainwright

Rufus Wainwright's lush, theatrical pop harks back to the traditions of Tin Pan Alley, cabaret and even opera. Son of Loudon Wainwright III and Kate McGarrigle, brother to musical siblings Martha and Wainwright, songwriting is in his blood. He remains firmly out of their shadows though, with a folk legacy of his own that includes seven studio albums and a fully-fledged opera.

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