Thursday - Saturday nights at 8pm, Saturday matinee at 3pm. No opener! Pharaohs recieve preferred seating.
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Thursday Pricing: $49/House; $59/Preferred; $69/Cabaret
Friday & Saturday matinee pricing: $55/House; $65/Preferred; $75/Cabaret Table Seating
Saturday night pricing: $63/House; $69/Preferred; $79/Cabaret Table Seating
Tickets increase $5 half hour before show time.
All sales final, NO REFUNDS!
Exchanges may be made for the same show different date only, a $5 exchange fee will be applied plus any difference in price.
24 hours notice must be given to the box office prior to original show date.
In 2008, more than 30 million television viewers fell in love with singer songwriter David Archuleta; with his angelic voice, bashful sweetness and megawatt smile, over 44 million votes made him the first runner-up in Season 7 of American Idol – and a star at age 16. Shortly after “Idol,” David’s first single, “Crush,” debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The track sold more than 2 million digital copies to become double platinum. Three months later, his self-titled album, David Archuleta, sold more than 900,000 copies worldwide. With a faithful social media following (3.5 million Facebook followers, 1.1 million on Twitter, and over 1 million followers on Tik Tok), David has toured all over the U.S., Canada, Asia and even in the Middle East. In 2020, David released his 8th album, Therapy Sessions, which featured an inside look into his internal struggle with himself – a battle he has experienced for most of his life. He carried a heavy burden by trying to be something he was not, while knowing that who he really was would put him at odds with the church he grew up in. In 2021, David came out as queer to the LGBTQ community and continues to navigate his identity. During this time, he also had emergency vocal cord surgery, which left him unable to speak much for 3 months, resulting in a period of self-reflection. In the summer of 2022, David then made his professional musical theater debut as “Joseph” in the acclaimed Andrew Lloyd Weber/Tim Rice musical, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. In the fall of 2022, David revealed to Good Morning America that he was experiencing a faith crisis and stepping away from the Church of Latter Day Saints, having been a Mormon his whole life. 2023 quickly shaped up to be the Year of Archuleta, not the least of which is because of his return to television. The Masked Singer saw David spread his wings (and end up a finalist) as the Macaw, a bird known for its exuberant personality. An audience favorite, David rose to the top against other heavyweight vocalists such as Pentatonix, Michael Bolton and Sara Evans. Watch HERE and HERE David also joined longtime friend Dan Reynolds (Imagine Dragons lead singer) for the “Love Loud” tour with Victoria Monét, Tegan and Sara, Lindsey Stirling, Lauv and Neon Trees’ Tyler Glenn. Additionally, David was named one of OUT Magazine’s “2023 Out 100 Storytellers” HERE and was invited to speak at and unveil George Michael’s Star at Project Angel Food’s Path of Angels ceremony HERE.
To date, he has released 3 brand new singles, “Up”- “I hit rock bottom. I thought I wouldn’t get through it, but here I am. I thought I was hopeless and that I’d failed, but here I am. Even when you’re at your lowest, you need to realize you can only go UP. You need to hold on to that glimmer of hope and say, I am going to turn any type of hate and negativity into positivity and love.” HERE “I’m Yours” – Winner for Best Music Video at Paris Play Film Festival 2023 –“I’m Yours” is a song I wanted to get people dancing and smiling to. It’s all about letting yourself go and being happy with a feel good, summery vibe. It was fun working with video director Brad Hammer and his team because they were able to bring all the bright colors I wanted to life while making things light, fun and unique.I hope you enjoy this video as much as I had fun making it”says David. HERE
“Afraid To Love” – “This song is about celebrating and getting people to dance. I wanted something that you could hear at a dance club or to get you jamming late at night in your house. I’ve been learning to accept myself as I am and to not be afraid anymore of what people think of me. Letting go of any hate and declaring to everyone I’m not going to fear what people think of me for loving whoever I love.”