Doo Wop Weekend
Friday, June 5
- Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
- Dinner Buffet at 7 p.m.
- Pure Gold at 8 p.m.
- After the performance, stay just a little bit longer and meet the members of Pure Gold.
Friday Night Doo Wop Tickets
- Doo Wop Show and Dinner per person
Saturday, June 6
- Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
- Dinner Buffet at 6 p.m.
- Kid Kyle at 7 p.m.
- Followed by The Chantels at 8 p.m.
- After the performance, stay just a little bit longer and meet the members of the bands.
Saturday Night Doo Wop Tickets
- Doo Wop Show and Dinner per person
Stay A Little Longer
Turn back the clock for a night of dinner and dancing and Doo Wop classics when you stay on the Doo Wop Weekend Package!
Starting at $330.50
Available June 5-7, 2020
Starting at price is per person, based on double occupancy
- Two nights of lodging
- Tickets for Friday and Saturday Doo Wop show
- Dinner each night before the show
- Breakfast each morning
All attendees must be ages 21 and up. Proper identification will be required at the entrance to the show. Hotel rates are per person, based on double occupancy. Price is subject to change and availability. Advanced reservations are required. Package cannot be combined with any additional discounts, coupons offer or contracted rate. Restrictions apply. Rate does not include applicable taxes or gratuities. Additional fees apply if more that two people are sharing a room.
About the Performers
With signature acappella vocals and four-part harmonies, Pure Gold delivers diverse sounds and musical styles with a stage presence that transcends audience ages and backgrounds. Bringing the golden age of American vocal harmony to performances from Radio City Music Hall to The Waldorf Astoria and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Pure Gold doo-wops their way through the decades, performing material from the 50s, 60s, and 70s, as well as a blend of blues, standards and original material to highlight their unique talents and range.
The Chantels began their journey to stardom in 1956 by a chance meeting with Richard Barrett; lead singer of the Valentines, on New York's famed Broadway. The five girls, Arlene Smith, Renee Minus, Jacqulyn Landry, Sonia Goring and Lois Harris attended St. Anthony of Padua Elementary School in the Bronx, New York, and were members of St. Anthony's church choir. Their unique sound was rooted in the liturgical music of that church, and the sounds of the boy groups that sang on the street corners of the Bronx. Barrett recorded the Chantels on George Goldner's End Record label. "He's Gone" backed by the "Plea" were released in 1957.
The next release "Maybe" became a major national hit and made the Chantels stars overnight. The Chantels began a series of nationwide tours with Alan Freed and "Murray the K" Kaufman and appeared on Dick Clark's American Bandstand.
In 1962, The Chantels released what was to become the group's highest charted record, "Look in My Eyes" and followed up with the up-tempo "Well I told you" which was a top 20 hit.
Today, The Chantels , Sonia Goring Wilson, Lois Harris Powell, Renee Minus White and Ami Ortiz, are among the most popular and requested singing groups, performing their numerous great hits.
Kid Kyle is a 24 year old Doo Wop Sensation who is currently captivating audiences with his unique voice and showmanship.
Born January 8, 1995, Kyle Flandrau was singing to his family by the time he was two years old and by the age of eight, Kyle experienced his first taste of national exposure when he appeared on American Idol Junior.
By November 2005, Kyle began to receive media exposure. An article in The Bergen Record led to appearances on NBC’S “Today in New York,” Fox’s “Good Day, New York,” and a national appearance on “The Tony Danza Show.” He filmed “My Music, Doo Wop Love Songs” for PBS in 2008, which he received national acclaim, and in 2018 he was featured on the new PBS special “Doo Wop Generations.”
Kid Kyle has performed in front of audiences, as large as 20,000 people, in the U.S. and Europe. He has extensive experience working with top musicians ranging from a five piece band to a full orchestra and his stage performance has been described as “dynamic and high energy.”
It is always a great show by this exciting young performer and one that keeps his audiences returning time and time again!