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Monday, November 23, 2020

Legends on Grace Announces 2021 Season

Livestreaming and in-person options will be available starting tomorrow.

Posted By on Mon, Nov 23, 2020 at 4:00 AM

Legends on Grace has announced its 2021 season of events featuring legends of Richmond stage sharing the songs of legends of yesteryear. Due to the pandemic, there will be two performance experiences to fit audience comfort levels for the two-hour performances: livestream and in-person options.

Livestream tickets for all shows go on sale tomorrow morning (Nov. 24) at 9 a.m. as well as in-person tickets for the Feb. 6 performance of “Mister and Mrs. Showtime.” According to an email from organizers, “in-person tickets for remaining shows in the series will go on sale a month prior to each performance. Patrons can also purchase all four livestream performances for a discount.”

Here is a rundown of the shows with some more ticket information from a press release:

"MISTER & MRS. SHOWTIME"

Saturday, Feb. 6, 2021 at 7 p.m.

Starring Scott Wichmann and Eva DeVirgilis Join the dynamic duo of Scott Wichmann and Eva DeVirgilis, for a throwback night of finger-snapping, crooning, swooning and side-splitting laughter – evoking the lost spirit of Vegas, the Catskills and the Carol Burnett Show-- right here in the River City!

"8-TRACK GROOVIN’ WITH THE TATERS"

Saturday, April 10, 2021 at 7 p.m.

Starring The Taters We are delighted to bring you Billboard Magazine’s award-winning Richmond band The Taters! Their 70’s infused performance will have you reminiscing about your 8-Track collection with songs from The Eagles, Elton John, Bee Gees, Paul McCartney and more. This "Roots-pop" band is sure to have you singing along!

"JUDY, LIZA AND ME"

Saturday, May 8, 2021 at 7 p.m.

Starring Debra Wagoner

Sponsored by SouthState Bank

From Somewhere Over the Rainbow to New York New York, Debra Wagoner brings the classic songs of Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli to life, along with her own favorites in this unforgettable Cabaret!

"GRACEFULLY BROADWAY"

Saturday, July 10, 2021 at 7 p.m.

Starring Desirée Roots, Grey Garrett, Durron Tyre and Matt Shofner

From Gershwin to Sondheim, join us for this up-close and personal experience with our homegrown Richmond legends, as they bring you the songs and stories of Broadway!

Livestreaming from Dominion Energy Center in Rhythm Hall Tickets for individual livestream performances are $30 per household OR join us for the full season (4 performances) for only $100 per household! Each performance will be livestreamed from Rhythm Hall at 7:00pm on the dates listed below and also available for viewing for one week after each performance. A link to the YouTube performance will be sent to ticket buyers by email one week in advance of the performance(s) purchased.

In-Person Seating at Dominion Energy Center in Rhythm Hall At this time we are limiting seating to reserved tables. Each table is $200 and seats up to four patrons for the February performance. We are currently only selling in-person tickets for Mister & Mrs. Showtime. In-person seating for all other performances listed below will go on sale about one month prior to the performance date.

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