Peter Frampton and Cheap Trick Come Alive Tour at Marymoor Park in August

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Presented by Swedish Redmond

Peter Frampton and Cheap Trick
Come Alive Tour
Fri, Aug 28, 2015 – 6:30PM

Ages: All Ages to Enter, 21 & Over to Drink
Doors Open: 5:00PM
Price: $45.00 – $85.00
Door Price: $45.00 – $85.00
Onsale: Fri, Mar 13, 2015 – 10:00AM PDT More ticket info HERE

See Grammy winner Peter Frampton live with Cheap Trick at Marymoor Park. The two legendary bands will ignite the Marymoor Park stage on August 28.

Peter Frampton is one of the most celebrated artists and guitarists in rock history. Lead singer and guitarist for the British band The Herd at age 16, co-founded of the seminal rock act Humble Pie at 18, some of Peter’s most memorable hits include “Breaking All The Rules,” “Show Me the Way,” “Baby, I Love Your Way” and “Do You Feel Like We Do.”

Cheap Trick, rock’s power-pop originator, is one of the world’s most accomplished and emulated rock bands. Their timeless sound blends elements of pop, punk, and even metal, in an instantly recognizable way. The band has contributed an impressive list of hits to the American Rock Songbook, including “I Want You To Want Me,” “Surrender,” “The Flame,” and “Can’t Stop Fallin’ In Love.”

Hummingbird in a Box, the latest work from legendary musician Peter Frampton, will be released June 24 via RED Distribution. The new music was inspired by the Cincinnati Ballet, featuring seven original guitar pieces in Frampton’s virtuosic stylings. Frampton composed all songs on the mini-album along with Gordon Kennedy, who also co-produced the recording. The two previously teamed up for Fingerprints, which garnered them both a Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental Album.

The music debuted in April 2013 at Cincinnati’s Aronoff Center for the Arts. Two of the Cincinatti Ballet’s spring production’s segments were choreographed to existing Frampton music—with Frampton and his band performing live—while a third section featured the new composition by Frampton and Kennedy. Of the project Frampton notes, “Writing for dance was a wonderfully freeing experience. There were no boundaries. We were able to push the composing envelope,” and Kennedy furthers, “Songwriters and musicians create music to move people. This was beautiful, graceful, and instantly gratifying!”

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