Incanto Cabaret January 2019

///Incanto Cabaret January 2019

Incanto Cabaret January 2019

Singer-songwriter Spencer Day returns Jan. 10-24 at 7:30pm after a stellar year celebrating the worldwide release of his new Billboard chart-topping album ‘Angel City’. People magazine calls him “A lapsed Mormon with the looks and charm of a matinee idol, Day’s vocals are sensual, breathy, and intimate”. As in past seasons, Spencer will welcome some local musicians to join him. These are ticketed events in the piano bar.

Ten-time MAC Award-winner Natalie Douglas returned recently to Incanto’s intimate piano bar and a standing ovation for her stunning opening night performance. In her new show, Scrapbook, she shares personal stories and poignant moments from her youth and sings the music of the 70s (mostly) that inspired her along the way. Her captivating renditions of Elton’s John’s, ‘Someone Saved My Life Tonight’, and Roberta Flack’s version of ‘The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face’ are showstoppers and were both accompanied by some interesting backstories and surprises. Celebrating twenty-two years of working together, she is accompanied by her MAC Award-winning pianist, comedian, and Music Director, Mark Hartman. These are ticketed events, now playing through Jan 17. Mark Hartman can also be seen in the piano bar on Wed., Fri., Sat. at 9:30pm is his own show. Request your favorites and sing along around the piano.

Incanto’s successful Season Tribute Series continues with all-live spot-on tributes. Montreal based Cliff Stevens stars as Eric Clapton on Wed. Jan. 9 at 7pm. Canada’s Gavan Rousseau sings the hits of The Four Seasons in his popular tribute to frontman Frankie Valli on Jan. 15 at 7pm. Will Chalmers sings the hits of Garth Brooks on Jan. 19 at 7pm. Canadian duo, Tequila Sunrise, pays tribute to The Eagles on Jan, 26 at 7pm. And California Dreamin’ sings The Beach Boys and Friends on Jan. 30 at 3pm. More of your favorites coming this season.

Internationally renowned flamenco artists, Wolfgang ‘Lobo’ Fink (Willie & Lobo) and Esau Galvan (Tatewari), come together for an evening of fiery guitar music with a blend of Gypsy, Latin, Celtic, Flamenco, Middle Eastern, Rock, Jazz, Tango, and Salsa. One night only. Jan. 13 at 7pm. Also, see Lobo with Latcho Bartelson of ‘The Blond Gypsies’ with special guest, Andrea, when they reunite after 40 years for two presentations only of ‘Primal Groove’ on Jan. 20 and Feb.10 at 7 pm.

Canadian master-showman Andrew Johns plays dual keyboards and sings the voices of Elton John, Billy Joel, Queen and more. Spot-on vocals and hilarious impersonations in a high energy performance that will have you up dancing in no time! Now playing through Feb 1, 2019.

Extended again by popular demand, Incanto’s clever and popular adaptation of the off-Broadway hit, Naked Boys Singing! has taken this fun, sassy, and witty musical comedy to new heights! Six young Latino actors sing and dance their way into your heart completely naked in this endearing show that is celebrating its twentieth anniversary. Directed by original conceiver/director Robert Schrock, it boasts sold-out performances and standing ovations! Now playing, in English, through Jan. 29, 2019.

Incanto’s riverside terrace is now open mornings at 10am featuring light fare, coffee, juices, and fresh fruit. Tues.-Sun. New hours 10am-11:30pm Tues.-Sun. Mondays 4pm-11:30pm. Happy Hour with 2×1 house cocktails and beer 4-6pm. For more information and online tickets visit Incanto’s website www.IncantoVallarta.com. Casual dining is available on two riverside terraces and in the air-conditioned piano bar. Contact them at Incantopv@gmail.com or call 322 223 9756 for reservations. Located at Insurgentes 109 (at the Rio Cuale).

By | 2019-03-13T12:11:51-06:00 January 9th, 2019|Cabaret Shows/Reviews|

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