Brass Transit Tickets
|Latest Brass Transit Tickets|
Brass Transit: The Music Legacy of Chicago
Kentucky Center - Whitney Hall
Nov 10 2018
McMorran Theater at McMorran Place
Feb 9 2019
Hawaii Symphony Orchestra: Music that Rocks 3 - Brass Transit
Neal S. Blaisdell Center - Concert Hall
Apr 12 2019
Detroit Symphony Orchestra: Robert Bernhardt - Brass Transit
Detroit Symphony Orchestra Hall
Jun 12 2019
Details of Brass Transit and the Ticket Luck value
Listen to the famous songs of Chicago live as the Brass Transit band hits your city for an energizing tribute concert. Formed out of common love for one of the most successful bands of the musical era of 1960s to 1980s, Brass Transit is best described as “the musical legacy of Chicago.” Hailed as Toronto’s most dynamic and crowd pleasing group, it is the most demanded Chicago tribute band which will enliven some of their old songs so get your Brass Transit tickets fast. With its splendid recreation of songs like “Color My World” and “Look Away,” Brass Transit is a band to watch out for.
Consisting of eight popular singers and musicians of Canada, Brass Transit is the best tribute band of Chicago. It has flawlessly ripped through their catalogue of greatest classical hits from 70s. With its talented members, the band revives the musical experience for the Chicago lovers every time they perform live. This has enabled the band to garner a growing legion of loyal fans. The band is co-managed by Rob Taggart and six-time Grammy Award winning producer/agent, Joe Donofrio. The primary focus of the group is on the early years of Chicago which consists of their first four studio albums.
Brass Transit has got a great billboard record which includes twenty top ten singles, twelve top 10 albums. As per their selling record, the band has sold more than 120 million records to this day. Like Chicago band, Bass Transit has got a four-piece rhythm featuring trombone, saxophone and trumpet.
The eight members of the band include award-winning artists like Neil Donell, Tony Carlucci, Don Breithaupt, Paul Delong, Doug Gibson, Bob Mcalpine, Phil Poppa and Jay Speziale. Neil Donell, accredited as the country’s most recorded voice, is the lead vocalist of Bass Transit. Donell is a multiple Juno Award nominee who is also introduced in his pop symphony concerts as “the man of a thousand voices.”
The other members of the band are also men of great capabilities and musical talent. Tony Carlucci is the band leader of Synthetic Earth and is a Veteran Studio musician who has played at shows like “West Side Story” and “A Little Night Music.” One time Emmy Award winner and three-time SOCAN Award winner, Don Breithaupt is on backing vocals and keyboards. The other members include the Juno Award winner Paul Delong on drums; low brass specialist Doug Gibson on trombone; Bob McAlpine, who is billed as the “Versatile Veteran Rocker” on guitar and backing vocals;the multi-woodwind sideman Phil Poppa on saxophones and rhythm and blues master Jay Speziale on bass and backing vocals.
With its rocking rhythm, a top-drawer horn section and sky high vocal, Brass Transit transports audience to the magical realm of seventies. In any of their live shows you will hear the Chicago’s famous classics like “Make Me Smile,”“Call On Me,”“25 Or 6 To 4,”“Wishing You Were Here,”“Questions 67 & 68,” “Old Days,”and “Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?” The veterans of this eight-piece musical group include the Hall of Fame artists like Sam and Dave, the Drifters, Ben E. King, Aretha Franklin, Frankie Vallie, The Marvelettes, Mary Wilson, Little Anthony & the Imperials, Martha Reeves, and Del Shannon.
Last year, the band headlined the Canada Day Show which was held at the Memorial Park. It was a real show-stopping performance which blew everybody away. This year, the band will be performing live in many cities on popular demand of their fans. To enjoy their studio quality live music get your hands on cheap Brass Transit tickets. The mindboggling recreation of Chicago’s music will surely keep you hooked, chanting and dancing along till the last minute.
Brass Transit Tickets Prices
The average Brass Transit tickets price will cost you between $186 and $1613, if you are looking for the cheapest seats then catch the event being held at the Neal S. Blaisdell Center - Concert Hall, Honolulu on 12/04/2019. The average ticket will cost you the highest on 10/11/2018 at the Kentucky Center - Whitney Hall, Louisville.
Minimum get in price is for Brass Transit tickets is $59 for the event being held at the Neal S. Blaisdell Center - Concert Hall, Honolulu on 12/04/2019 , there are some venues that have a much higher get in price, for instance the cheapest seats at the McMorran Theater at McMorran Place, Port Huron on 09/02/2019 will set you back $199.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price (Minimum Price)|
|Brass Transit: The Music Legacy of Chicago||Louisville||10-Nov-18||$1613||$60|
|Brass Transit||Port Huron||9-Feb-19||$236||$199|
|Hawaii Symphony Orchestra: Music that Rocks 3 - Brass Transit||Honolulu||12-Apr-19||$186||$59|
|Detroit Symphony Orchestra: Robert Bernhardt - Brass Transit||Detroit||12-Jun-19||$847||$69|
Brass Transit Tickets Promo Code
Use LUCK18 as the promo code and get a 3% discount on Brass Transit tickets. This is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the thrilling live performance by your favorite JAZZ / BLUES category
|Promo Code||Discount Percentage||Date||Event|
|LUCK18 td >||3%||10-Nov-18||Brass Transit: The Music Legacy of Chicago|
|LUCK18 td >||3%||9-Feb-19||Brass Transit|
|LUCK18 td >||3%||12-Apr-19||Hawaii Symphony Orchestra: Music that Rocks 3 - Brass Transit|
|LUCK18 td >||3%||12-Jun-19||Detroit Symphony Orchestra: Robert Bernhardt - Brass Transit|