Tuesday, August 14th
Live in Concert
Join PRIME TIME™ on Tuesday, August 14th for an unforgettable afternoon with American entertainment legend and 1960’s ‘teen idol’, Bobby Rydell!
Rydell first took the stage as a professional drummer at the age of 9. He was a polished performer at the age of 19 and the youngest person ever to headline the famous Copacabana in New York. His recording career earned him 34 Top 40 hits and placed him in the Top 5 artists of his era (Billboard Magazine). Bobby’s hits include Volare, Wild One, We Got Love, Wildwood Days, Forget Him and many more! In 1963, he starred with Ann-Margret in the iconic movie “Bye Bye Birdie”.
With a career that has spanned six decades (and 25 million records!) as a superb singer, an accomplished drummer, an agile dancer and a fine actor, it’s no wonder Bobby Rydell draws sell-out crowds across the country!
This luncheon and show will be held at the Venus De Milo in Swansea. Meal choices are Chicken Parmesan or Baked Scrod. Both are served with minestrone soup, potato, vegetables, bread, dessert & coffee or tea.
Don’t miss this living legend live in concert! Trip cost is $109 for Prime Time members and $119 for your guests.
- Roundtrip Transportation to the Venus De Milo
- Plated Lunch
- Ticket to see 60’s teen idol Bobby Rydell
- Includes all Taxes and Gratuities
- Escorted by Bank personnel!
Space is limited and reservations are accepted on a first come first served basis.
Questions? Call Sharon Patton today at 508-828-5305 or send an email to: email@example.com
Convenient departures from Attleboro, Franklin, New Bedford and Taunton. Our departure and return times will be noted with confirmation of your reservation, approximately 2 weeks prior to the event. Please note: a minimum of 10 people required for location pick-up.
In the event that it becomes necessary to cancel your reservation we will make every effort to grant a full refund provided notification is received at least 21 days prior to the event. In some situations, certain non-refundable charges may be deducted from the amount of the refund.