Thursday Through Sunday, Jan. 18 to 21
DISNEY ON ICE PRESENTS: REACH FOR THE STARS
VARIOUS TIMES, BOARDWALK HALL
WHO ARE THEY: Disney on Ice features an abundance of popular Disney characters including Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, Anna, Elsa and Olaf from “Frozen,” Belle from “Beauty and the Beast,” Ariel and Sebastian from “The Little Mermaid” and Flynn Ryder and Rapunzel of “Tangled.”
WHAT TO EXPECT: Some of the biggest stars in the world come through Atlantic City every week, but the biggest of them all, Mickey Mouse, is coming to Boardwalk Hall. Kids and anyone who is a kid at heart will love “Disney on Ice Presents: Reach for the Stars.” Talented skaters in costumes bring Disney movies to life with a beautifully choreographed production featuring the timeless music and stories we all love.
SHOW INFO: Tickets are $16, $17, $18, $19, $20, 21, $27, $28 and $32.
Nearly 50 years after forming Foghat, drummer Roger Earl is still getting in his licks.
Friday, Jan. 19
FLASHBACK FRIDAY WITH
NEW YORK’S FINEST
9 P.M. GOLDEN NUGGET’S SHOWROOM
WHO ARE THEY: New York’s Finest are a Police tribute band from New York City comprised of Mark Rinzel, Alan Camlet and Oscar Bautista. Although primarily a regional act, New York’s Finest toured Brazil in 2013, performing in clubs and theaters.
WHAT TO EXPECT: Performing a legitimate tribute to the Police with an authentic three-piece lineup is no easy feat, but New York’s Finest have managed to master it. This Friday, they bring their exciting show to Golden Nugget Atlantic City. Those in attendance will get an opportunity to dance and sing along to all of their favorite Police songs including “Don’t Stand So Close to Me,” “Roxanne,” “Message in a Bottle,” “Every Breath You Take,” “King of Pain,” “Every Little Thing She Does in Magic” and “So Lonely.”
SHOW INFO: Tickets are free.
GIRLS NIGHT: THE MUSICAL
8 P.M. LEVOY THEATRE
WHO ARE THEY: “Girls Night: The Musical” is a show that features a group of women who relieve their past glories and failures, most cherished memories and heartaches. It includes hit songs from the 1980s and ’90s.
WHAT TO EXPECT: Looking for a perfect girls’ night out? Nothing could be more perfect than a trip to the Levoy Theatre to see “Girls Night: The Musical.” This show has been making audiences laugh, cry, sing and dance, as the characters take you through their lives during the course of a crazy night out. A soundtrack featuring hits such as “Lady Marmalade,” “It’s Raining Men,” “Man I Feel Like a Woman,” “I Will Survive” and “We are Family” will make it hard for audience members to stay seated.
SHOW INFO: Tickets are $32 and $38.
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SATURDAY, Jan. 20
9 P.M. BORGATA’S MUSIC BOX
WHO IS HE: Preacher Lawson is a stand-up comedian who is best known for his appearances on the 12th season of “America’s Got Talent” where he reached the season finals. Lawson began writing jokes when he was 16 and performed for the first time a year later. In 2015 he won “Funniest Comedian in Florida” and in 2016 won the “Seattle International Comedy Competition.”
WHAT TO EXPECT: A true star on the rise, Preacher Lawson demonstrated his potential on “America’s Got Talent,” but clearly the sky is the limit for this talented comic. Lawson’s style is upbeat and energetic and he brings a great deal of physical comedy to his act. It may be just a matter of time before Lawson becomes a household name, so an opportunity to see him at the intimate Music Box is not to be missed.
SHOW INFO: Tickets are $25 and $29.