Love is in the air as the Chicago-based trio The Lovettes perform at the Beverly Arts Center (BAC) on Valentine’s weekend, Sat., Feb. 12, 7:30 p.m.
Whether you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day with a special someone or planning a Galentine’s Day night out with friends, this show is a great choice for fans of music and fun.
The Lovettes will have you dancing in your seat as they perform a musical retrospective that spotlights the 1940s big band era of hits by the Andrew Sisters, and the Rock & Roll sounds of the 50s, and the 60s with pop tunes by the Shirelles, Ronettes, Supremes.
BAC Artistic Director Kevin Pease shared his enthusiasm for The Lovettes’ upcoming show. “The last few years have been challenging for everyone, and musicians and entertainers have faced a steeper uphill climb coming out of the pandemic than most,” Pease said. “As the Beverly Arts Center builds back stronger, we’re dedicated to our mission of presenting world-class entertainment and, whenever possible, presenting local talent. The Lovettes represent the very best that Chicagoland has to offer, and we’re thrilled to welcome these dynamic performers to the South Side.”
The Lovettes’ show will also feature Chicago favorite Lance Lapinsky of “Million Dollar Quartet” fame on the keys. The evening of great music at the BAC, 2407 W. 111th St., will also offer specialty cocktails and other fun surprises. Tickets are $38 ($35 for BAC members) online at beverlyartcenter.org or through the box office at 773-445-3838.