DEC 21 • 8PMBuy Tickets
Tickets: $69, $49, $39, $29 | Limit 8 tickets per mailing address
DOORS 7PM • SHOWTIME 8PM
Hackensack Meridian Health Theatre • Basie Center Campus • 99 Monmouth Street, Red Bank
A limited number of VIP packages are available. See below for details.
Even in our futuristic age of AI chatbots and virtual realities, there is still nothing in the world that compares with the thrill of hearing classic genres of music, performed live by a group of exceptional singers and musicians that have truly mastered the ability to move an audience.
That’s the philosophy behind Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox, whose Life In The Past Lane World Tour returns to 40 US cities this Fall. The revamped show will blend modern-day earworms and iconic pop hits with the original styles that put American popular music on the map: Ragtime, Swing, Big Band, Country / Western, Doo Wop and Soul. Equal parts time-traveling musical variety show and career- launching talent platform, Postmodern Jukebox (or “PMJ”) will feature a cast of performers from their wildly popular YouTube channel, to bring the musical universe to life.
Everything New is Old Again – leave the AI at home and take a road trip to experience Life In The Past Lane! Dressing in vintage attire is encouraged.
Presented by Count Basie Center for the Arts
Postmodern Jukebox VIP Package
- One Premium Reserved ticket in the first ten (10) rows to see Postmodern Jukebox live
- VIP access to the merchandise booth and a 25% discount on any available item
- VIP fast lane for drinks (where available)
- Commemorative VIP laminate
- Early entry to the venue
Please note: At the direction of the CDC or local health authorities, the Count Basie Center may at any time institute policies pertaining to COVID-19 transmission, including but not limited to mask requirements. Certain artists and / or touring productions may also require patrons to be masked and / or present proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
Masks are not required to attend performances at Count Basie Center venues, though we welcome their use and respect all patrons who choose to continue doing so.