Frankie Avalon Tickets
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South Point Hotel And Casino - Showroom
Sep 15 2017
Caesars Atlantic City
Sep 26 2017
Fabulous 50s and Beyond: Frankie Avalon, The Duprees & Danny and The Jrs.
Wildwoods Convention Center
Oct 14 2017
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Frankie Avalon is a renowned actor, a former teen idol, a singer as well as a playwright from the United States of America. Avalon is one of those entertainers in the industry today who truly know how to keep their audiences captivated and engaged from the moment the curtain is raised right till the end of the show. If you are a fan of his or would like to be a part of a magnificent live entertaining event then this is truly an optimum time for you to grab your Frankie Avalon tickets and enjoy a memorable evening at this mega event.
He was just 12 years old when he began playing the trumpet on the U.S television. While he was a teenager, he performed with Bobby Rydell’s band, Rocco and the Saints. Avalon’s songs, “Why” and “Venus” charted on the number one slot of the Billboard Hot 100 in 1959. His song “Why” became one of the most popular songs of the era of the 1950’s. 31 of his singles were placed on the U.S Billboard singles list. A few of his most memorable songs from 1958 till 1962 were “I’ll Wait For You”, “A Boy Without a Girl”, “Bobby Sox to Stockings” and “Just Ask Your Heart”.
All of the hit songs of Avalon had been produced and written by Bob Marcucci who was the executive head of the known Chancellor Records. Although, Avalon was quite famous in the United States, he was not all that well known in the United Kingdom. Nevertheless, his singles “Venus”, “Why”, “Don’t Throw Away All Those Teardrops” and “Gingerbread” were charted on a few UK charts lists.
By the mind-1960s Frankie Avalon was seen pairing up on comedy movies alongside Annette Funicello. The hilarious and romantic movies of Annette’s and Frankie’s became quite popular during this time. Their movies, Beach Blanket Bingo and Beach Party later became classics. Avalon also had the privilege of starring is some highly intense and dramatic roles in movies like The Alamo and Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea which came out in 1961 and was a science fiction movie with Barbara Eden. He also starred in the highly successful movie Grease in 1978 that was a musical which ultimately led him to garner the interest of a complete new generation of audiences.
Avalon has also given some sterling television series appearances like The Patty Duke Show and The Bing Crosby Show that were aired on ABC. He then became a celebrated national television personality for the famed Sonic Drive-In. In the 1995 movie, Casino, Avalon appeared in the movie as himself along with Robert De Niro. He has also starred in various theatrical shows of Grease in the character of Teen Angel. Moreover, he has also performed in Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding appearing as a caricature form of himself. In 2007, Avalon performed in the “Beauty School Dropout” with four other contenders like Ashely Spencer, Kathleen Monteleone, Laura Osnes and Allie Schulz. He starred in the character of Sandy on Grease: You’re the One that I Want! This was an NBC Network’s reality show. On the 8th of April in 2009, he was seen performing live on an episode of American Idol.
Frankie Avalon’s stage presence is absolutely magnetic and so charming that you are bound to be gripped by the performance that he brings live on the stage in front of you. There will be moments of extreme laughter coupled with great wit. The energy and the ambience of his live events are quite thrilling and exciting. He enjoys a colossal fan following and his completely sold out shows signify that this legendary entertainer truly knows the art of keeping his audience hooked. There is never a dull moment in any of his show which makes it all the more interesting to see him perform live. You can now book your Frankie Avalon tickets and get ready to enjoy a mind blowing live event that is surely going to leave you with countless memories to cherish for years to come.