We’re betting there will be a lot of sing-alongs happening at our 2017 Season opener! Jack wright gives a sophisticated, authentic performance of the hit songs that have kept Neil Diamond in the hearts of his fans for more than five decades. He goes beyond the music with the sharing of stories about Neil’s life, and explanations of his sometimes complex and complicated lyrics.
Monday, June 12, 2017
Gates open at 7PM
Show begins promptly at 8PM
TICKETS – ON SALE AT 10AM, TUES, MAY 2
Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Tuesday, May 2 at 10AM.
- Fastest/easiest method is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, by getting your tickets at tickets.davisarts.org
- Tickets also available by phone at (801)546-8575
- To purchase tickets at our box office, note our new business hours of 9AM to 2PM (Mountain Time)
Current Season Ticket Subscribers will begin renewals starting Monday, April 3, 2017, at 10AM (subscribers receive a discount on each additional ticket they add on to their 10-show season and may buy up to as many subscriptions as they currently hold). Interested in becoming a season ticket subscriber? Get on our subscription waiting list by calling our box office at (801)546-8575
The Davis Arts Council can only guarantee tickets purchased directly through our box office. We cannot confirm any tickets purchased by any other method.
- Orchestra: $25 (first three rows)
- Reserved: $15 (nine rows of permanent seats)
- General Admission: $10 (grass seating, bring your own lawn chair, first come-first served)
About Jack Wright
Jack Wright gives his audiences a sophisticated, authentic performance of the hit songs that have kept Neil Diamond in the hearts of his fans for more than five decades. He captures Neil’s poetic expressions of wide-ranging emotions, and the eclectic mix of his varied musical styles. And it goes beyond the music with the sharing of stories about Neil’s life, and explanations of his sometimes complex and complicated lyrics. He interprets the songs the way Neil must have felt when he wrote them; he connects with his audiences the way Neil always has, while making the songs his own.