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Event Details

Live at the Eccles presents GENTRI November 29th and 30th, 2019 at the Eccles Theater on Main Street in downtown Salt Lake City. ArtTix is the official source for tickets for Live at the Eccles events.

This year, kick of the Christmas season with GENTRI as they once again bring their holiday spectacular “Finding Christmas” to the Eccles stage. Come see why this show has become Utah’s favorite Christmas tradition over the last three years. With a completely re-imagined show for 2019, The Gents are sure to help you get into the Christmas spirit with epic orchestrations, lush harmonies, and moving storytelling – including some new treats and your favorite renditions of the most beloved and timeless Christmas songs of all time. GENTRI’s Christmas album has not only topped multiple Billboard charts, but has also made the iTunes top-10 holiday list alongside names like Michael Bublé and Pentantonix. You won’t want to miss this fantastic presentation of musical Christmas magic!

GENTRI is comprised of three tenors: Brad Robins, Casey Elliott, and Bradley Quinn Lever. Alongside their music director and producer Stephen Nelson, the Gents have been pioneering a new musical genre that can only be described as cinematic pop. Their original sound combines dynamic three-part harmonies with rich, full symphony orchestrations. Critics have described GENTRI’s music as “strong, brave, and inspiring” as well as “anything but boring.” The Gents have performed for hundreds of audiences all around the globe. They have shared the stage with legends like Journey, One Republic, Alfie Boe, Idina Menzel, Lee Greenwood, and Kristen Chenoweth. Their inspirational music videos have been viewed by millions, and have been featured on NBC nightly news, ABC news, and Inside Edition.

This year, experience the magic of Christmas time with GENTRI’s “Finding Christmas” on November 29th or 30th. This show is sure to be a favorite Christmas tradition for the entire family, and is guaranteed to warm your heart and soul. 

Time

(Friday) 7:30 pm

Location

George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Theater

131 S. Main Street, Salt Lake City, 84111

Organizer

Live at the Eccles801-355-2787 131 South Main Street

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