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Venue Type Theater
Accessibility Accessible to persons with disabilities.

American Music Theatre

2425 Lincoln Hwy. East, Lancaster, PA, 17605
(717) 397-7700

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American Music Theatre
2425 Lincoln Hwy. East
Lancaster, PA 17605
(717) 397-7700
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The Christmas Show
The Christmas Show
Christmas at American Music Theatre comes with more enchantment and splendor than the North Pole itself. This year’s all-new holiday show features your favorite seasonal and sacred Christmas songs – songs brought to life by marvelous vocal talent from across the country, accompanied by our masterful AMT Orchestra....
Buddy Valastro
Buddy Valastro
For Buddy Valastro, 33, mixing eggs, sugar, butter and flour mean a lot more than “making a cake.” As a fourth generation baker, it’s a constant source of pleasure, pride and creativity. Creating amazing cakes connects Buddy with the memory of his father Buddy Sr....
Little River Band
Little River Band
One of Australia's prominent musical exports of the 1970s, who shot to fame on the strength of their glowing harmonies and mellow country-pop sound. ~ Rovi
Orleans
Orleans
Best known for their hits "Still the One" and "Dance with Me," Orleans were founded in New York in 1972 by John Hall, Larry Hoppen, and Wells Kelly. Hoppen's brother Lance joined before the group signed with ABC Records in 1973; working with producers Barry Beckett and Roger Hawkins at Muscle Shoals Studios, they released their self-titled debut later that year....
Lorrie Morgan & Pam Tillis
Lorrie Morgan & Pam Tillis
Lorrie Morgan made her first major appearance in 1975 singing "Paper Roses" with her dad, country star George Morgan on the Grand Ole Opry. Since that fateful night, she has had timeless country hits like "Five Minutes", Something in Red", "Watch Me", and "What Part of No"....
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