Jordan and Spencer will now appear July 16 and 17. Tickets for the July 16 show are nearly sold out. Starring Opposite You is presented as part of RJ Productions Broadway at Sony Hall Concert Series.
Jordan and Spencer will give fans an up-close look at their lives, performing songs that have defined them both onstage and off, from stand-out career solos to personal duets. Surprise guests are also promised in the evening that is billed as a journey “through life, love, loss, and everything in between.”
They will be joined by music director Benjamin Rauhala.
The newly branded Sony Hall, located within the Paramount Hotel on 46th Street, was formerly known as the Diamond Horseshoe, home to the immersive nightlife spectacle Queen of the Night. Sony Hall is located at 235 West 46th Street.
Tickets range $35 (standing room) to $70 (seated general admission), in addition to a $125 VIP meet and greet package with premium reserved seating. Doors open at 6 PM. Click here for tickets.
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