Doors Open: 6:30 PM
GENERAL ADMISSION: $44.00
PREMIER SEAT + EARLY ENTRY @ 6:00PM: $89.00
TICKET SALE DATES
GENERAL ADMISSION Public Onsale: January 26, 2023 6:17 PM to February 4, 2024 7:30 PM
PREMIER SEAT + EARLY ENTRY @ 6:00PM Public Onsale: May 30, 2023 6:37 PM to February 4, 2024 6:00 PM
Certain experiences burn themselves in your memory from the very first encounter. The jaw-dropping audio pyrotechnics that Naturally 7 put on display every night absolutely belong in that category. “A capella group” so vastly underplays what they create onstage that they had to coin a phrase - “Vocal Play” - to more accurately depict what they do. Naturally 7 is more than a tightly orchestrated collection of great singers. They transform their voices into actual human instruments, effortlessly producing music of any genre. Their vocal choreography is so perfectly interwoven that they compelled the musical maestro himself, Quincy Jones, to declare them “The best a cappella group in the world!” Their sonic mastery was on full display in a series of unforgettable performances on “The World’s Best” TV show, which premiered on CBS immediately following Super Bowl LIII. Hosted by comedian and “Car Karaoke” collaborator, James Corden, Naturally 7 reigned supreme as the world’s “Best Group”, and cemented their singular status among the planet’s musical elite.
This was only icing on the cake of a still-vibrant 20-year career, which includes 3 world tours - nearly 500 shows - with the incomparable Michael Bublé, shared billing with global phenomenon Coldplay - including a sold out show at the Barclays Center - and owned the spotlight in a pair of national Cheerios commercials. In addition to Bublé, Naturally 7 has shared the stage with numerous icons, including Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross, Quincy Jones, Sarah Connor, Lionel Richie, Ludacris, The Roots, and more. Counted among their world-famous fans are President Barack Obama, Will.I.Am., Ellen DeGeneres, Craig Ferguson, Bill and Melinda Gates, Jay Leno, Allan Titchmarsh, Mo’Nique, Jools Holland, and Arsenio Hall, along with countless others.
A lot can happen in 20 years. From simple beginnings, two brothers and five friends have become a vocal phenomenon that has toured the world, blown audiences out of their seats, and completely redefined what is possible with something as basic as the human voice. Perhaps that’s what Roger Thomas envisioned in 1999 when he recruited his brother to become the drummer for his vocal band. At that time, the group was called Last Appeal, and was building a strong local following around the city of New York. That year would end with them being crowned the winner of the prestigious National Harmony Sweepstakes a cappella competition, and recording their first album, entitled “Non Fiction”. In less than two years they would be touring full-time around the country, doing more than 150 shows per year on the College & University circuit.
Riding the wave of new-found popularity, Naturally 7, as they were now known, was signed to their first major label deal, with Sony Music Transglobal, in 2002. For a group that was founded in the U.S., they quickly found increasing success on the international stage. The following year saw another set of firsts for the group, as they would notch their first of many international Number 1 records, Top 40 records, and sold out tours. Over the next few years they would become fan favorites in multiple countries, and staples on the music charts.