Tyler Morris Eruption Performs…  “Van Halen I”

A 40th Anniversary Concert Experience

Van Halen's Iconic Debut Recording--Recreated with Authentic Sound & Stage Equipment Doors Open: 7:15pm

Saturday, February 16th at 8:00pm

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SEATING INFORMATION

All tickets bought for this event will be for RESERVED seating.
If you need reasonable accommodations, such as wheelchair accessible seating….
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Wheelchair Accessible seating is Available

DOORS OPEN: 8:30PM
START TIME: 9:30PM

PRICING & DISCOUNT INFORMATION

[A Nominal Ticketing Fee will be added for all ONLINE, PHONE and BOX OFFICE purchases]

Preferred Front-Orchestra Seats [Center|Left|Right]: $28.00
[$33.00 Day-of-Show]

Mid-Orchestra & Front-Balcony Seats: $23.00
[$28.00 Day-of-Show]

Rear-Orchestra & Balcony Seats: $18.00
[$23.00 Day-of-Show]

DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE

MILITARY and FAMILY MEMBERS HALF-PRICE SEATS
SENIORS [Over-62]:  $5.00-OFF SEATS
STUDENTS [21-and-Under]:  $5.00-OFF SEATS


REGENT THEATRE MEMBERS:
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DINNER & A SHOW:
NOW AVAILABLE | CLICK the icon for more information.
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...Saturday, February 16th at 8:00pm

 


In honor of the 40th Anniversary of Van Halen! Tyler Morris, whose Vintage Guitar Magazine exclusive Eddie Van Halen Tributereached over 250,000 views, will be performing Van Halen I and other Van Halen classics on stage at The Regent for the first time!

 


Tyler Morris - Guitars
Craig Rawding - Vocals
Jesse Williams - Bass
Don “DC” Culp - Drums

 

ABOUT TYLER MORRIS

Tyler Morris has been playing guitar at a professional level since he was eleven, and at the ripe old age of nineteen he released his third album internationally. Nevertheless, Tyler is not just another young musical genius — his gift runs deeper than an amazing set of ears paired with two very skillful hands. Ever since he picked up a guitar, Tyler has been driven to get to the roots of the songs and styles he learns and absorbs, and to reflect his huge and growing body of influences onto his own interpretations and eventually, his own compositions. Thanks to his father’s music collection, Tyler developed an affinity for Blues and Rock music around the age of six and settled on guitar as his primary obsession within three years. He would work on songs by Eric Clapton, Aerosmith, as well as B.B. King until he could do a faithful rendition of the originals. Tyler then turned to Van Halen, learning their catalog and channeling that style so thoroughly that he was later featured in a blazing tribute video to Eddie Van Halen’s technique for Vintage Guitar magazine. After a few years, Tyler turned his attention to more classically rooted Rock musicians such as Deep Purple/Rainbow’s Ritchie Blackmore, Yngwie Malmsteen, and Jason Becker, and also became interested in Andy Timmons, Gary Moore, Bon Jovi and Journey.