Borgata’s all-star entertainment line up never fails to have something for everyone, and this spring season offers a wide variety of comedy and music concerts that will surely be the talk of Atlantic City…and beyond! Why not make your concert going experience into a mini Borgata vacation by booking one of our signature hotel rooms and dining at one of our world-class restaurants before the big show? There’s nothing better than leaving our Event Center or Music Box and having the world of Borgata at your fingertips! Check out these four upcoming shows at Borgata that we think will be great for our OUT at Borgata fans.
Ben Folds and a Piano: Singer, songwriter and record producer Ben Folds will be at the Music Box this Spring. Frontman of the late 90’s band Ben Folds Five, Folds made his impression on the music industry as a talented musician as both part of a group and as a soloist. Super fans can book the “Ask Me Almost Anything…About Music” Master Class before the concert, including a meet and greet with Folds himself. (April 21, 9PM, Music Box, $59.50-65)
AC2 Live: An Intimate Evening with Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen: Your favorite AC’s are in the house! Watch What Happens Live! host Andy Cohen is joined by one of CNN‘s best, Anderson Cooper, for an intimate evening. Do not miss these best of friends interviewing each other and giving the audience many laughs along the way. These friends may come from two different television genres, but you will have to see for yourself just how well they mesh! (May 6, 8PM, Event Center, $69-125)
Idina Menzel: Tony Award-winning actress Idina Menzel will be performing in Atlantic City this May. Starring in both stage and screen, Idina is most famously known for being in the Original Broadway Cast of Wicked and RENT as well as the voice of Elsa in Disney’s Frozen. Let it go this spring and see the singing star live! (May 20, 8PM, Event Center, $95-135)
Lisa Lampanelli: Get ready to see this living comedy legend in person at Borgata! Everyone’s favorite joke-slinging performer takes the Music Box stage for one night only. Famously known for her off-color jokes, Lampanelli never fails to provide laughs and a great evening of comedy. (May 27, 8PM, Music Box, $59-64)
Bryan Buttler has covered the Philadelphia-area LGBT beat for over two years, and also reviews theater, opera, and classical music. Along with his own writing, Bryan teaches communications at a local college. He lives in Center City Philadelphia. His favorite things at Borgata? The Water Club, the Pear Lychee Martini at Izakaya, and the Table Thai Massage. Follow Bryan on Twitter @bryanb82 and Instagram @bryanbuttler.