Steely Dan 2014 Jamalot Ever After Tour
4/8/14 - Steely Dan fans, you know how rare the opportunity to see this legendary duo live is? Well, your wishes have been granted because Steely Dan has announced the first dates for their summer 2014 tour, dubbed "Jamalot Ever After." As of now the jazz-rock virtuosos will hit Redmond, WA for two nights (Jul 5-6), San Diego on Jul 13, Oklahoma City on Jul 21, Bethlehem on Aug 6, Niagara Falls on Aug 8 and Madison on Aug 16 with more dates to come. You can't miss Donald Fagan and Walter Beckett when they come to a town near you—lock in your Steely Dan tickets ASAP!
Steely Dan 2013 Tour
The musical geniuses who comprise Steely Dan will be playing just a few shows this fall, the majority of which will be at the Beacon Theatre in New York City. First, though, there will be two nights at the Wang Theatre in Boston on the 24th and 25th of September. Only orchestra seating is still available for these two shows in very specific price groupings: $142, $378, or $468. On September 27th they will appear at the Sands Casino in Bethlehem, PA. Steely Dan tickets for that show are $251. The next night they will be at the MGM Grand at Foxwoods in Connecticut. While there is only orchestra seating available for that show as well, there are a few price options. Seating falls between $218 and $425.
Finally, there is a seven-night run of shows at the Beacon Theatre. Steely Dan will be performing there nearly every night for a week between September 30th and October 8th. The “cheapest” show lands on Friday, the 4th with balcony seating starting at $141. However, the 3rd may yield the best value as orchestra seating starts at $161. Monday and Tuesday (7th and 8th) performances start at $175 for seats in the orchestra. Two of the other dates are in the $200 range, and the most expensive show, by far, falls on Tuesday October 1st, with prices starting at $520.
If you haven’t seen Steely Dan live in the last 30 years, now’s a great time to check them out. The performances are limited and the seats are numbered, so don’t hesitate!