Hannibal Concert Association to present Rat Pack tribute concert Saturday at Parker Theater

Christopher Dean

Award winning actor, singer and impressionist Dean Christopher will offer classic Vegas, Rat Pack and more in a tribute to the music, style and entertainers of one of the greatest eras of entertainment on Saturday. | Photo courtesy of Hannibal Concert Association

HANNIBAL, Mo. — The Hannibal Concert Association’s final concert of its 2022-23 concert season is scheduled for Saturday, May 13, with Dean Christopher’s presentation of “The Rat Pack.”

The concert will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the Roland Fine Arts Center’s Parker Theater on the campus of Hannibal-LaGrange University. The performance is funded in part by a Missouri Art Council Community Touring Grant.

The concert will offer a tribute to the music, style and entertainers of one of the greatest eras of entertainment.

Dean Christopher has performed from New York to Los Angeles in casinos, theaters, performing arts centers and for corporate events. Christopher has been guest entertainment for the Royal Caribbean, Celebrity, Azamara and Oceania cruise lines. A favorite opening act for the late, legendary comedian Don Rickles and also for Frank Sinatra Jr., Christopher and his seven-piece band are among the most sought-after entertainers in the Midwest.

Without a season or patron membership, tickets are $25 for adults and $5 for students. Single tickets will be available at the door the day of the concert beginning at 6:30 p.m. or may be bought online at https://hannibal-concert-association.square.site.

For more information regarding the Hannibal Concert Association and its concert season, contact HCA president Sara Anton North at 573-221-0822 or hannibalconcertassociation@gmail.com, follow the Hannibal Concert Association on Facebook or visit https://hannibal-concert-association.square.site.

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