Trio will perform at the arts center | Entertainment News

Love is in the air as the Lovettes perform at the Beverly Arts Center (BAC) for one night only on Saturday, February 12.

The Chicago-based trio will perform at BAC, 2407 W. 111th St., at 7:30 p.m. The show is perfect for celebrating Valentine’s Day with that special someone or a fun ‘Galentine’s Day’ night out with the ladies.

Presenting a musical retrospective that highlights the 1940s big band era of the Andrew Sisters, the rock ‘n’ roll sounds of the 50s and the pop of the 60s of the Shirelles, Ronettes and Supremes, The Lovettes and their band will make dancing the audience in their seats.

“The past few years have been tough for everyone, and musicians and artists have faced a steeper climb than most as we emerge from the pandemic,” said BAC artistic director Kevin Pease. .

“As the Beverly Arts Center rebuilds stronger, we are dedicated to our mission to present world-class entertainment and, wherever possible, showcase local talent. The Lovettes represent the best Chicagoland has to offer, and we are thrilled to welcome these dynamic artists to the South Side.

For local fans, the Lovettes’ show will also feature Chicago favorite Lance Lapinsky of Million Dollar Quartet fame on the keys. This evening of great music, specialty cocktails and other fun surprises is not to be missed.

Tickets are $38, $35 for BAC members.

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