MANCHESTER, NH – If you’re up for the “Ultimate Michael Jackson Experience” then you’d better grab a ticket for the Who’s Bad tribute show, returning to the Palace Theatre stage for two performances on January 6.
James Times III portrays the King of Pop – paying studious attention to Michael Jackson’s every original groove and gravity-defying dance move – for a show that will keep you dancing all night. Whether you learned how to moon walk to “Billie Jean,” fell in love to “Human Nature,” or rocked out to “Beat It,” Who’s Bad will have you caught up in the excitement that is the musical legacy of Michael Jackson.
Together for 14 years, Who’s Bad is the longest-running Michael Jackson tribute band, and has traveled the globe with their electrifying show. The individuals members of Who’s Bad have shared the stage with legends such as Aretha Franklin, The Backstreet Boys, Boys II Men, and hip hop star, Pitbull. They promise an unforgettable and authentic performance celebrating the King of Pop. Michael Jackson’s longtime friend and manager, Frank DiLeo, saw their show in Nashville and claimed that “Michael would have been proud!”
The Palace Theatre Tribute Series is brought to you by Prestige Auto, Chill Cares, Prostate Cancer Coalition of NH, Ron’s Toy Shop, and Bonfire.
Who’s Bad is in town for just two performances – January 6 at 3 and 7:30 p.m. at the historic Palace Theatre. All tickets are $35.50; special meet and greet offer is $45.50. Get your tickets here before they sell out online or by calling the box office at 603-668-5588.
About the Palace Theatre
The Palace Theatre is a nonprofit performing arts center that hosts its own professional company, youth and teen program and presenting acts. It is committed to achieving its mission through preserving the historic facilities of the theater, responding creatively to the cultural and entertainment needs of the community, and governing in a fiscally responsible and strategic manner. For information about pricing, visit the Palace Theatre’s website at www.palacetheatre.org.