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Enjoy a night of The Blues

You'll love this venue!

Bad Influence with Special Guest Star Mary Shaver.

You need to see for yourself what the buzz is all about!

Simply put, you'll find yourself moving to the band's original blend of Chicago blues, swing, American roots and tinge of rock, packaged in an energy-charged delivery that consistently pleases both blues fanatics and non-blues fans alike. Nearly 100 years after it first opened, the Old Town Theater is returned to its original splendor. The theater, built just as vaudeville was giving way to motion pictures, is saluting its past with a full calendar of live entertainment, including comedy, music, magic and dance. Tickets are only $12 online or aat the door,

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  • Paula

    It looks like there's 3 of us going and I'll be bringing a friend. I'll be coming to Old Town right from a class in Fairfax so I might arrive shortly after 8PM. Perhaps Deb or Ali can save a few seats when you get there. Deb, I will text you after I pick up my tickets at will call.

    March 29, 2014

  • Marianne

    ...I'm sorry I'll miss it. This band is phenomenal! I will have to check their website to see when they are playing next

    March 28, 2014

  • Paula

    Please spread the word about this event. You will definitely not be disappointed! The venue is similar to the State Theatre and has been completely renovated. They definitely need more exposure. The management staff are incredibly nice and try very hard to bring in top notch talent with a wide appeal!

    March 27, 2014

  • Paula

    FYI - There's a parking garage around the corner from the Old Town Theatre at 117 N. Alfred St. The easiest way to find it is to pass the Old Town Theatre on your left if you're driving toward the water, take your first left, then 2 more immediate lefts as you drive around the block. Then you'll see the garage on the left on Alfred St. After you park, come out to the street, walk to the left to the corner which is King St. Then make a left on King and the theatre will be on your left.

    March 27, 2014

  • tammy

    typically I would love something like this, but I have my mom in town. Any other time I would go

    March 23, 2014

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