The Last Waltz

The Last Waltz

The Last Waltz
March 29, 2014
State Theatre of Ithaca

It is widely considered the greatest concert film of all time. Recorded live at the Winterland Ballroom on Thanksgiving day in 1976- the farewell concert from The Band after touring for 16 years -Martin Scorsese’s the Last Waltz!

This is your chance to see and hear the show- in mind blowing concert stereo sound! On the big screen at the State Theatre of Ithaca. Robbie Robertson, Rick Danko, Garth Hudson, Richard Manuel- and Levon Helm…The Band! Joined on stage by Bob Dylan, Neil Young, the Staple Singers, Emmylou Harris, Ringo Starr, Joni Mitchell, Eric Clapton and Van Morrison.

Get your tickets now at the State Theatre box office or at the Cayuga Radio Group-1751 Hanshaw Road, Ithaca NY/phone-607-257-6400. Tickets just $6. This show will sell out- get your tickets now!

18 and up, 21 to drink.

Presented by 96.7 The Vine, Classic Rock I-100, and 103.7 Q Country. Part of the M&T Bank Movie series.

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