As of October 6, there are still plenty of seats available. Only a couple in the loge ($40), but many in the balcony ($25). If the listing was way too early for your planning ability but you think that you'd like to attend -- the opportunity is there. You might find a Boomer companion and buy a pair of tickets so you will have a friendly face next to you.
This is a great vocal band from way back. Come and be washed over by their dulcit to be-bop tones.
With worldwide sales in the millions, Grammy Awards by the dozen and as veterans of sold-out world tours, jazz legends The Manhattan Transfer is still restless, adventurous, limitless and, as the Philadelphia Inquirerso aptly put, a goup that “still can sound dangerous.”
As I didn't really know how to reserve a block of tickets for us to choose from, we are scattered through the audience. Please post your seat number so we can more easily know which way to look. I am in seat B13.
There is a companion posting for dinner before.