Broadway Utica


With RAEL- The Music of GENESIS,

Plus: AWAKEN- A Tribute to YES


Saturday, June 30th at 7:30 pm at The Stanley Theatre, Utica NY

 SAVE THE DATE!  Saturday, June 30th, The Stanley Theater presents: Progressive Rock Night, featuring RAEL: The Music of Genesis and AWAKEN: A Tribute to YES.

RAEL-The Music of Genesis is a New York and Northern New Jersey-based tribute band that recaptures the energy and originality of the “early years” live stage performances by Genesis. RAEL pays homage to the most groundbreaking and influential band in the progressive rock genre by incorporating the musical excellence, lyrical storytelling, and theatricality that brought Genesis to a position of prominence in the rock world. RAEL is focused on faithfully reproducing full album versions from the Peter Gabriel and Steve Hackett days of Genesis. Performances include tracks from Nursery Cryme, Foxtrot, Selling England by the Pound, The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway and A Trick of the Tail. Concert audiences rave about their high energy shows and musical detail. RAEL also includes solo Peter Gabriel hits in their performances.

Awaken is comprised of extremely talented and seasoned musicians dedicated to celebrating the music of Progressive Rock legends Yes. By combining elements from the original studio recordings along with the inspirational power of past live performances, AWAKEN provides a truly authentic and dramatic musical experience that focuses on the music of Yes.

Tickets start at just $20 and range from $20 – $25 – $40 – $50 and will be available starting Thursday, February 1st for Stanley Members and on sale to the public Friday, February 2nd. Additional service charges may apply. To purchase tickets come down to the Stanley Theater box office Monday through Friday from 10:00am – 4:00pm, give us a call at (315) 724-4000 or go to


About The Stanley

For nearly a century, The Stanley has been bringing the community together with live concerts, Broadway shows, musicals, ballets, movies, graduations and recitals. Today The Stanley operates as a not-for-profit organization run by the Central New York Community Arts Council. Originally built as a movie theatre, The Stanley opened its doors in 1928 with 2,963 seats, a grand entry staircase that resembles the main staircase on the Titanic, a gold leaf interior and terra cotta and tiled mosaic exterior. Designed by renowned architect Thomas Lamb, whose remaining creations include The Stanley Theatre, Proctor’s Theatre, Schenectady, NY, and The Landmark Theatre, Syracuse, NY.


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