All In-Person Events are Temporarily Drive-In Concerts!

Drive-In Concert Rules and Regulations

All registered cars should enter through the main entrance at Bell Blvd. and 24th Avenue (Men’s Warehouse). Bay Terrace personnel and signs will guide you to the designated viewing area from here.

You will be allowed to enter the viewing area starting at 5:30 PM with the last car entering at 6:50 PM.

Please have your tickets available upon entry, only 1 car will be allowed per registration and that will be strictly enforced.

As you pull in, you will be provided with a printed menu and a spot identifier. You can then call the restaurants, order food, provide your spot number, and the food will be delivered to your car.

Guests will park where directed and stay in that spot for the duration of the event. Every other space must remain vacant for social distancing purposes.

Guests will present their ticket at the entrance to the event site for contactless scanning through the window.

Car will be checked for total occupancy.

Tailgating will be permitted in the vacant parking space to the RIGHT of every vehicle (customers must provide their own chairs). If ticket holders prefer to remain in their cars, windows on the driver’s side must remain closed.

Vans, buses, oversized cars are not permitted to purchase tickets and will not be permitted to enter the concert area.

If the decision is made to postpone the event due to rain/bad weather, an email will be sent to notify all attendees. In this case, the event will be re-scheduled to the following day (Monday).

Guests are not permitted to hang anything from their cars which could obstruct the view of other guests attending the event.

An FM transmitter will allow audio to be played from any radio. On the day of the event, attendees will be advised which FM station to tune into on their car radios.

Absolutely no alcohol permitted.

Guests must purchase tickets in advance. There will be no tickets sold at the event.

Guests must wear masks at all times if outside of their car and practice social distancing.

Porta potties will be available for use, guests must wear masks.

Guests may not sit on the top of their cars.

Guests will not be permitted to leave and re-enter the event site.

Cars must be out of the parking area within 30 minutes post-concert.

Broadway's Rock of Ages Band

This is a Drive-In Concert.

Location: The Bay Terrace Shopping Center

Sunday, July 25, 2021, 7pm (Rain date: Monday, July 26)
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Due to the threat of severe thunderstorms on Sunday night, this concert will be held on Monday, July 26, 2021, at 7 p.m.

All other information remains the same.

The Broadway show Rock of Ages was known as “Broadway's Best Party,” and featured the greatest rock hits from the glam metal bands of the 1980's! Now for the first time, the band hits the road to perform those monster hits from the Broadway show, in concert. The show features songs by artists such as Bon Jovi, Whitesnake, Foreigner, Journey, Poison, Twisted Sister, Joan Jett, Styx, Pat Benatar, and many more. In fact, the musicians and lead singers in the band played with many of the original artists themselves and continue to do so. This band delivers the party. Don't miss the chance to see and hear this exciting concert of classic ‘80's hits, performed by the artists who rocked Broadway for over six years.

Single Occupancy Cars: $50, Full Occupancy Cars: $100

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The Kings of Disco

This is a Drive-In Concert.

Location: The Bay Terrace Shopping Center

Sunday, August 29, 2021, 7pm (Rain date: Sunday, August 30, 2021 at 7pm)

The Kings of Disco, a musical group featuring original and longtime members of the Village People, will sing their well-known ‘70’s dance hits at the drive-in on Saturday, August 29, 7pm. With hits songs like YMCA, In The Navy, Macho Man, San Francisco, and Go West, in the late 1970’s the Village People became the most successful disco band of all time. Not only did their catchy tunes take audiences by storm, but their stage performances with stunning choreography and dazzling costumes have attained cult status today. With more than 65 million albums sold, the group now known as The Kings of Disco, have been winning the hearts of all those who love to party. No matter what they’re called, fans can still dance and sing along to classic hits of the ‘70’s and ‘80’s with guys who have toured the world for over 35 years performing as the Village People.

Single Occupancy Cars: $50, Full Occupancy Cars: $100

Here Comes The Sun – The Music of the Beatles

This is a Drive-In Concert.

Location: The Bay Terrace Shopping Center

Friday, September 17, 2021, 7pm (no Rain date)

This Beatles tribute group does not impersonate the awesome foursome – they celebrate their music! Here Comes The Sun is five extraordinary vocalists and multi-instrumentalists that love to recreate the fun and excitement of the greatest Rock n’ Roll experience ever! This 5-man band of college friends brings the popular hits and the “B-sides” of the most influential musical group ever – The Beatles. From Broadway, Lincoln Center, and the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, these performers combine their unique talents to create a fresh and vibrant concert experience. Audiences can't get enough – their vocals are perfection!

Single Occupancy Cars: $50, Full Occupancy Cars: $100

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Black and white image of a couple embracing each other in Teatro Lirico D’Europa’s La Bohème

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Teatro Lirico D’Europa’s La Bohème

Sunday, March 20, 2022, 3:00pm

Europe’s premier opera production company presents Puccini’s most beloved opera, La Bohème – young struggling artists trying to survive and find true love. La Bohème tells the story of Rodolfo, a young poet, and Mimi, a seamstress living in the Latin Quarter, who fall in love while searching for a lost key. La Bohème is the perfect mix of romantic passion, heartbreaking tragedy, and high-spirited fun that you won't want to miss. Let the drama begin!

$48, $42

Melissa Manchester with special guest Billy Stritch on Sunday, March 27, 2022 at 3 p.m.

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Melissa Manchester with special guest Billy Stritch

Sunday, March 27, 2022, 3pm

Grammy Award winning artist Melissa Manchester graduated from the High School of Performing Arts, entered New York University and studied songwriting from none other than Paul Simon. While working as a solo singer/pianist in NY, she met Barry Manilow and Bette Midler. She became one of Bette Midler's backup singers and six months later had a recording contract. Her smash hit singles include: Midnight Blue, Through The Eyes Of Love and Don't Cry Out Loud to name a few. Her songs have been recorded by Barbra Streisand, Roberta Flack, Johnny Mathis, Cleo Laine and Barbara Cook, among many others. Melissa Manchester starred in Andrew Lloyd Weber's Song And Dance and Stephen Sondheim's Sweeny Todd, co-starred with Bette Midler in the film For The Boys, had a recurring role in the hit television series Blossom, composed for Disney and so much more.

Joining Melissa is award-winning composer, arranger, vocalist and jazz pianist of extraordinary range Billy Stritch. With a resume that reads like a who's who in show business, Billy has accompanied Mel Torme, Tony Bennett on the piano, arranged for Liza Minnelli, won a Grammy for the country song Does He Love You recorded by Reba McEntire, and appeared on Broadway in 42nd Street.

Be present for this special event when friends Melissa Manchester and Billy Stritch perform their hits, and dazzle us with classics from the Great American Songbook!

$55, $45

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Motones vs. Jerseys. The ultimate 60’s music sing-off!

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Motones vs. Jerseys

Sunday, April 3, 2022, 3pm

The ultimate 60's music sing-off! Who will reign supreme at the end of this amazing afternoon of music? Join the Motones and the Jerseys for an evening of song, dance and crowd interaction. This show features the music of the artists you love including: Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson, Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, The Temptations, The Four Tops, Stevie Wonder, Bruno Mars, Gladys Knight, The Beach Boys, Rick James, The Platters, and others. You'll be glad you got a seat, but you won' be in it! This isn't your typical theatrical experience. We encourage the audience to take pictures and share them on social media using the following hashtags #TeamMotones #TeamJerseys!

$55, $45

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ballet dancers for Swan Lake

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The Russian Royal Ballet: Swan Lake

Sunday, April 10, 2022, 3pm

Swan Lake, the iconic ballet which had its world-premiere at the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow in 1887, is the tale of the heroic young Prince Siegfried who labors to free the beautiful swan maiden, Odette, from the dark spell cast upon her by the evil sorcerer Von Rothbart. Simply one of the greatest classical ballets of all time, with magnificent music by Tchaikovsky. The Russian Royal Ballet of Moscow is the first independent Russian ballet company that gained worldwide popularity since it was founded in the late 1980s. Swan Lake is being performed by leading dancers from across Russia, including stars of Moscow’s Bolshoi and St. Petersburg’s Kirov (Mariinsky)

$48, $42

A Toast To Steve & Eydie on Sunday, April 24 22, 2022 at 3 p.m.

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A Toast To Steve & Eydie

Sunday, April 24, 2022, 3pm

Before there was Beyoncé and Jay Z, or Sonny and Cher, there was a couple whose solo careers were magnificent, but on tour together there were no other performers who could thrill an audience the way they did.  Over the course of their forty-plus year career together, entertainers Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gormé left an indelible impression on popular music in America. Although each an accomplished vocalist in their own right, they are most widely recognized for their duets. Steve and Eydie were the recipients of many professional honors, including multiple Emmy and Grammy Awards. Celebrating the music of Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gormé, with songs like This Could Be The Start Of Something Big, Besame Mucho, Sentimental Journey, Our Love Is Here To Stay, is their son David Lawrence, and Tony Award winner Debbie Gravitte!

$55, $45

Kol Esperanza: Rejoice! on Sunday, May 8, 2022 at 3 p.m.

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Kol Esperanza: Rejoice!

Sunday, May 1, 2022, 3pm

From the Producers of the highly acclaimed operatic-pop crossover vocal group Kol Esperanza, comes 70 Years In The Promised Land, a blockbuster review celebrating Israel's 70th birthday. Musical Director and Producer Tomer Adaddi and an international cast that includes Revital Zalcman, Lital Gabai Kakon, Omer Shaish and Nir Sheaber, take us on a musical journey comprised of the sights and sounds of Israel! From the eastern shores of the Mediterranean Sea, to the coast of Haifa, from the mountains of Galilee, to the Negev, join us as we celebrate this breathtaking country, rich in religious significance and cultural diversity.

$55, $45

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The Modern Gentlemen on Saturday, May 14 2022 at 8 p.m.

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The Modern Gentlemen

Saturday, May 14, 2022, 8pm

These four gentlemen have been the voices appearing alongside the legendary Frankie Valli for the last decade. Hand-picked to tour the world with the rock and roll legend, Valli knew instantly that the vocal blend of these four highly accomplished singers was uniquely beautiful in a dramatic and striking way. Not since the sounds of the Four Seasons or the Bee Gees has there been a group with this much vocal chemistry. Individually, Landon Beard, Todd Fournier and brothers Brian and Brandon Brigham have extensive Broadway, television and film credits. On stage together, they bring their charm, high energy and spot-on vocals, performing classic pop, rock and doo wop songs for a modern audience.

$48, $42

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Notes on this season:

  • As you know, we are remodeling the performing arts center to accommodate patrons with disabilities. By revamping our venue, changes to the theater's seating, concession, box office, restrooms, lighting and sound will be noticeable.
  • QPAC remains fully committed to pursuing the completion of our work in a safe, diligent and reasonable manner under the current circumstances. However, as with most construction projects throughout the City, we have encountered certain delays as a result of this pandemic. Additionally, due to these delays, we are now dealing with the cumulative effect on the project. The impacts include labor shortages, material shortages and significant delays in lead times as a result of factory closings across the globe. At this time, while it may not be possible to quantify the delay, I can assure you that we are evaluating all options to minimize and mitigate the impact to this special project.
  • It is our hope, that we will open our new theater in the spring of 2022, and host our spring events in this miraculous space.
  • Our spring shows will go on sale once we are sure of the location for each presentation. Restrictions on tickets, refunds and exchanges will remain in effect. Specific seats purchased will be reserved and honored at the location for each event. You will be seated in the seat you purchase on-line.
  • Fear not, our beloved ballet and opera programs will resume, upon the completion of the renovation to our theater.
  • We will continue to keep you informed. Your support is greatly appreciated as we work our way through this unprecedented challenge.

All Programs, Artists and Dates subject to change!