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River City Pops Presents: "Guilty Pleasures"

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Presented by River City Pops at The Long Center: Debra & Kevin Rollins Studio Theatre, Austin TX

May 31 2018
Jun 03 2018
River City Pops Presents: "Guilty Pleasures"

River City Pops performs all your favorite guilty pleasure songs – songs you hate to love, songs you love to hate – in a non-stop, fully choreographed celebration of music of all genres.

From ABBA to boy bands, from ’80s glory to ridiculously sublime love songs, River City Pops is thrilled to present Guilty Pleasures: Songs you hate to love. Songs you love to hate. Join River City Pops as they pay homage to those songs you can’t believe you loved and those that you still can’t get out of your heads! Backed by a live, onstage band, you are sure to love River City Pops as they deliver a dynamic performance. With light harmonies, great dancing, and hilarious throwbacks,

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Tickets are available from the Long Center at or at the door.

General Admission: $22

Reserved Seating: $28

Senior Discount: $19

Student (with ID): $16

Child Admission (12 & under): $16

Questions? Call the 3M Box Office at (512) 474-LONG (5664), TTY (800) 735-2989.

Contact: 512-474-5664


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The Long Center: Debra & Kevin Rollins Studio Theatre

The Long Center for the Performing Arts , 701 W. Riverside Drive, Austin, TX 78704

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