Million Dollar Quartet Tickets
The Million Dollar Quartet is inspired by a true story back in 1956 when a recording session brought together rock-n-roll icons; Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins. Father of Rock-n-Roll,” Sam Phillips, was the one responsible for discovering each one of them. It was the first and only session where all four of them came together for one of the greatest jam sessions ever.
Their story is brought to life in the thrilling musical featuring classics, “Blue Suede Shoes,” “Great Balls of Fire,” “Walk the Line,” “Hound Dog,” “Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On,” “That’s All RIght,” “Who Do You Love?” and many more famous classics..
The story will take you inside the recording studio with the four best, all-time rock legends ever for one unforgettable night. It is a fabulous event comparable to being at an actual concert. The Million Dollar Quartet performance is exciting with thrilling sounds.
The story unfolds when an established performer, Carl Perkins is to record songs with Jerry Lee Lewis who is a new performer. Elvis Presley stops by the studio while the two are recording, and Johnny Cash stopped by to talk to Sam Philips. Then, it leads to the jam session between the four performers. After the session, Sam attempts to sign Johnny Cash to a contract, but he finds out that he signed with another company.
The Million Dollar Quartet musical is getting great reviews and is heading to Broadway. As individual artists, these men were the best artists having quite a bit of songs at the top of the charts. Back in 1956, when all four were put together to record music it would be known as one of the greatest jam sessions in music history.
You want to get your tickets and witness this outstanding musical, you won’t know whether you are at a concert or a play. The men portraying Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash are very talented and play the parts well. Witness a part of musical history by rocking out with the performers as they sing well-known, rock-n-roll classics.