The Lovin' Spoonful

This Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame group plans to rock on until there are no more gigs to play! Hits like "Summer in the City," "Do you Believe in Magic?" and "Rain on the Roof" will bring that Good Time Music!

Reduced priced tickets Friday. Friday & Saturday at 8pm, Sunday at 6pm.

Event Showtimes:

Fri
November 29, 2019 / 8:00PMBuy Tickets
Sat
November 30, 2019 / 8:00PMBuy Tickets
Sun
December 1, 2019 / 6:00PMBuy Tickets
Ages: All Ages


Friday pricing: $35/House & Balcony; $43/Front of House; $53/Cabaret Tables

Saturday & Sunday pricing: $39/House & Balcony; $49/Front of House; $59/Cabaret Tables

Tickets increase $5 half hour before show time.

All sales final, NO REFUNDS!  Exchanges may be made for the same show, different date only.  Subject to availability and 24 hours notice must be given to the box office prior to original ticket date + $5 per ticket exchange fee.

Artist page: http://lovinspoonful.com/index.html

Wiki page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Lovin%27_Spoonful

Video: "You Didn't Have to be So Nice" 1965 ;

 

Do You Believe in Magic was our first hit record in 1965! We then followed up with 8 more hits that all made it into the Top 20. Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in the class of 2000 and soon thereafter the Vocal Group Hall of Fame came knocking.

THE HITS:

"Do You Believe in Magic"--1965 "You Didn't Have To Be So Nice"--1965, "Daydream"--1966, "Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind"--1966, "Summer in The City"--1966, "Rain on the Roof"--1966, "Nashville Cats"--1966, "6 OClock"--1967 "Jug Band Music", "Full Measure", "She's Still A Mystery" were also on the charts in 1967. "Darlin Be Home Soon" was top 20 hit in 1967 as well. ​

From the  beginning:

From our earliest days in Greenwich Village at The Night Owl Cafe our fans have been great.When we first started we were combining folk music with rock and making that sound smooth was not always easy. Our fans however saw that the music was always there and have been with us ever since.

Where we are now:

Back in the '60's the accepted wisdom was that once a rock musician turned 30 it was time to find a new career. It just goes to show that accepted wisdom is not always right and we are all so very glad. We plan to rock on til there are no more gigs to play.