Million Dollar Quartet offers Winter Weather Guarantee
Dec 12, 2014
Million Dollar Quartet, the longest-running Broadway musical production in Chicago's history, which has been extended through Spring 2015, announces an unprecedented Winter Weather Guarantee. From January-March 2015, Million Dollar Quartet will exchange previously purchased tickets if inclement weather makes it difficult, or impossible, to travel to the theater.
"Since the very beginning, Chicago has wholeheartedly embraced Million Dollar Quartet, making us the longest-running Broadway musical in the city's history, and we are grateful for the continued and enthusiastic support of our home town audiences. As much as we all love Chicago, sometimes the winter weather takes its toll-and makes planning ahead a bit daunting. This winter, if the weather threatens ticketholders from getting to the theater, we are guaranteeing tickets to a future performance," says producer Gigi Pritzker.
The Winter Weather Guarantee guarantees a comparable ticket or best available location for a future performance. The Winter Weather Guarantee is valid for tickets purchased to performances from January 7 - March 29, 2015. Tickets will be exchanged for seats of equal value and must be used for a performance before June 18, 2015 and are subject to availability. Exchanges must be made by visiting or calling the Apollo Theater box office, 2540 N. Lincoln Ave, in Chicago, (773) 935-6100. Please call in advance to confirm ticket availability for rescheduled performance. The original ticket(s) must be presented at the box office to exchange for new performance date. No refunds will be granted. Exchanges are subject to availability for selected performances.
Million Dollar Quartet has extended performances through Spring 2015, with cast members Brandon Bennett (Elvis Presley), Shaun Whitley (Carl Perkins), Lance Lipinsky (Jerry Lee Lewis), Adam Lee (Johnny Cash), Kelly Lamont (Dyanne), Jason Bradley (Sam Phillips), Marc Edelstein (Jay Perkins/Bass player) and Dan Leali (Fluke/Drummer). The Tony Award-winning musical inspired by the famed 1956 recording session that brought together legendary rock 'n' roll icons Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Elvis Presley, celebrates its long run in Chicago, a Tony Award-winning New York run, a long-running London production, a newly-opened production in Las Vegas, and a national tour that kicked-off in October 2011.
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