An Evening with André-Philippe Gagnon! New Date!DATE Thu July 08, 2021 Thursday 08 July 2021 Show Time: 8:00 pm
On April 24, 2020, our Premier extended the State of Emergency for another 90 days. The revised order states that large gathering and concerts are prohibited through December 31, 2020.
Ticket holders may hold onto their original concert tickets which will be honored for the rescheduled performance date. Refunds available until original show date, June 5, 2020
Gold Circle: $44.99 (Plus HST and Service Fee)
Center Bleachers & Floor: $34.99 (Plus HST and Service Fee)
Left/Right Bleachers: $29.99 (Plus HST and Service Fee)
Tickets on Sale Friday March 13th at 10am!
Door Time: 7:00PM Show Time: 8:00PM
Age Restriction: All ages
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The Molson Canadian Centre at Casino New Brunswick Proudly Presents: An Evening with André-Philippe Gagnon!
Andre Philippe Gagnon is the number one singing impressionist in the world today. Known as “the man of a thousand voices”, he has played to sold-out audiences around the world for over three decades. His impressions of famous personalities including Mick Jagger, John Lennon, Louis Armstrong, The Black Eyed Peas and even Fred Flintstone, are rapid-fire and amazingly spot-on.
Gagnon can slip from Frank Sinatra to Pharrell Williams in the blink of an eye! In 2018, Andre Philippe Gagnon is back with a brand new show called “The History of Rock and Roll”. It’s a musical journey through the soundtrack of our lives – from the fifties to today. Gagnon borrows the voices from all of the eras to create the musical history of the last six decades. His new show combines music, comedy, and multimedia to create an unforgettable night of entertainment!
A must see for music and comedy fans alike. “[A] Vocal Illusionist” ~ Variety Magazine, Los Angeles “Impressionist Extraordinaire” ~ Las Vegas Today Gagnon’s big break came when he appeared on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, performing his version of the famine-relief anthem “We Are the World,” impersonating all 18 famous voices on the song. Following that performance he sold out an entire tour in 3 hours in his home province of Quebec, setting box office records. He has since gone on to perform across the globe, tour with Celine Dion, be featured at the Olympics, and perform the opening of the Skydome broadcast live. Gagnon also completed a decade long residency at the prestigious Casino Venetian in Las Vegas playing to packed houses 6 nights/week, being named “Vegas’ Best New Act”.