Due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, Dennis DeYoung’s Montreal concerts, scheduled on May 2 & 3 at Théâtre St-Denis, have been postponed to November 20 & 21 respectively.
All tickets will be honoured on November 20 & 21.
Those desiring refunds may do so
at point of purchase until August 31st.
N.B. May 1st concert at Grand Théâtre de Québéc
has been postponed to November 19th.
PERFORMING THE ALBUM IN ITS ENTIRETY
PLUS ALL THE HITS
FIRST MONTREAL APPEARANCE SINCE 2013 !
Friday, November 20 – 8 p.m.
Saturday, November 21 – 8 p.m.
Tickets: $110, $95, $80, $70, $60
(taxes included / service charge extra)
at the St-Denis box office (1594 rue St-Denis),
514.790.1111 and theatrestdenis.com
NOW ON SALE
Upon arrival at the theatre, each ticket holder will receive a CD copy of Dennis’s new studio album “26 East”
In 1977, history was made upon the release of THE GRAND ILLUSION album. DENNIS DEYOUNG AND THE MUSIC OF STYX celebrate that history by performing the album in its entirety plus all eight Top Ten hits LADY, BABE, COME SAIL AWAY, TOO MUCH TIME ON MY HANDS, BEST OF TIMES, MR. ROBOTO plus classic rock anthems RENEGADE, BLUE COLLAR MAN, SUITE MADAME BLUE and many more.
DENNIS DEYOUNG is a founding member of STYX and the lead singer and songwriter on seven of the bands eight Top Ten hits. Dennis is a legendary singer, songwriter, keyboardist, composer and record producer with a career spanning over 40 years. His voice is one of the most recognizable in the music world today and continues to inspire new generations of fans.
THE ORIGINAL VOICE… ALL THE CLASSIC HITS… ALL THE MEMORIES…
ONE UNFORGETTABLE EVENING !
Dennis DeYoung’s new studio album 26 East – Volume 1, which each ticket holder will receive at Théâtre St-Denis, will be released April 10th on Frontiers Records and will feature the duet The Good Old Days with Julian Lennon. The collaboration came about when DeYoung sat down and wrote the verse and chorus of a song with Julian in mind. Julian heard the demo and said he would be honoured to participate.
The title 26 East represents the birthplace of Styx. 26 East 101st Place was the address where DeYoung grew up in Roseland, on the south side of Chicago.