Boston & Cheap Trick to play Bethel Woods

Boston (photo by Ron Elkman)

Boston (photo by Ron Elkman)

Props to Tom Scholz and rock legends Boston for sounding exactly like Boston on their 2012 album Life, Love & Hope. Although never a fan of the band even in their ’70s heyday, I “went there” and was happy to find them in something like peak form: agreeable, anthemic and “soaring,” even though the late lead singer Brad Delp, who died in 2007, appears on only a handful of tracks.

Back in the ’70s, Boston and the proto-pop-punks Cheap Trick would have seemed more adversaries than allies; but time has a way, does it not? Boston and Cheap Trick aim to fill the big shed at the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts on Friday, June 27. The gates open at 6:30 p.m. and the show starts at 7:30. Tickets cost $49.50, $77, $95 and $125 for reserved seating, $28.50 for the Lawn. For tickets and more information visit The Bethel Center for the Arts is located at 200 Hurd Road in Bethel.

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