Boston Pops perform plays it cool with music from the Mad Men era, at Boston Symphony Hall (May 21, 2013). One savvy ticket source has a block of tickets available at a special half off price when you get them online (Deal details below.) The program features tunes of the era, such as “Fly Me To The Moon” and “Mack The Knife.”
“Under the swinging baton of conductor Keith Lockhart, the Boston Pops will play the songs of a more sophisticated time in Music from the Mad Men Era. Come to Symphony Hall dressed in the fashion of the early ’60s for a concert inspired by Mad Men, AMC’s hit period drama. Singer Steve Lippia, whom Lockhart has called “the absolute vocal reincarnation of the Sinatra sound,” will channel the Chairman of the Board as the Boston Pops plays lush orchestrations of your favorite standards…”
DEAL: Boston Pops Plays Music from the Mad Men Era, Discount Tickets 50% Off – $46 (reg. $92). Get tickets from this Boston deal source page.
WHEN: May 21, 2013, at 8pm.
WHERE: Boston Symphony Hall, 301 Massachusetts Avenue Boston, MA 02115.
SAVVY TIPS: Doors open 60 minutes prior to concert time. Applaud only at the close of a full piece of music (check the program). There’s no dress code, but patrons generally wear semi-formal, elegant, and business attire.