Golden Oldies Fall Spectacular
Celebrate the start of the holiday season on November 8 with a nostalgic evening that takes you back to your favorite music and memories featuring the wonderful sounds of Pure Gold. Let’s turn back the clock for a night of dinner and dancing and Golden Oldies classics!
Friday, November 8
- Doors open at 6 p.m.
- Dinner Buffet at 7 p.m.
- Pure Gold at 8:15 p.m.
- After the performance, stay just a little bit longer and meet the members of Pure Gold.
Friday Night Golden Oldies Tickets
- Golden Oldies Show and Dinner per person
Celebrate the start of the holiday season on November 9 with a nostalgic evening that takes you back to your favorite music and memories featuring the wonderful sounds of Charlie Thomas’ Drifters with special guest Eddie Holman. Let’s turn back the clock for a night of dinner and dancing and Golden Oldies classics!
Saturday, November 9
- Doors open at 5 p.m.
- Dinner Buffet at 6 p.m.
- Eddie Holman at 7:15 p.m.
- Followed by Charlie Thomas's Drifters
- After the performance, stay just a little bit longer and meet the members of the bands.
Saturday Night Golden Oldies Tickets
- Golden Oldies Show and Dinner per person
Let’s turn back the clock for a night of dinner and dancing and Golden Oldies classics when you stay on the Golden Oldies Fall Spectacular Package!
Starting at $310
Available November 8-10, 2019
Starting at price is per person, based on double occupancy
- Two nights of lodging
- Tickets for Friday and Saturday Golden Oldies 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.
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.
Charlie Thomas's Drifters
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Charlie Thomas was born in Lynchburg, Virginia on April 7, 1937. He was a member of a group known as the Five Crowns in 1958 along with Ben Earl Nelson (later known as Ben E. King), who were being managed by Lover Patterson.
While the The Five Crowns met with little commercial success, they enjoyed local popularity and that is why they were on the bill at the Apollo Theater in New York City in 1958 when George Treadwell fired his famous group, The Drifters. It was Charlie Thomas’ voice that Treadwell heard and hastily recruited the Crowns to become the new Drifters.
Lover Patterson once said that Charlie Thomas’ voice was one that the world would enjoy forever, and he was right!
The new Drifters first release in 1959 was a song called “There Goes My Baby”. This was the beginning of what is generally acknowledged as the Golden Years of the Drifters.
Vocalist extraordinaire Eddie Holman is among the most listened-to artists in the fields of popular and classic R&B music. His unforgettable falsetto voice and the tune that he popularized is perhaps the most recognizable urban love-song in much of the English-speaking world. "Hey There Lonely Girl" is the beautiful tune that seems to touch every ones soul as it emanates from airwaves or churns from the turntables of fans. It is the composition that distinctly defines how it feels when the young gent helplessly yearns for his lady, the object of his affection, who has been spurned by her ex! The song concludes: "Don't you know this lonely boy loves you!". No other classic love-song in modern recorded history has had as much an impact on the lovelorn, or said it better than this 1970 mega-hit.