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'The Rat Pack is Back' Friday at 'The Fred'

What happens in Vegas…all started with The Rat Pack. This spirited show recreates one of the famous “Summit at the Sands” nights when swingin’, ring-a-ding group known as “The Rat Pack” was creating hipster legend with a free-wheeling, no-holds-barred nightclub act starring Vegas’ four favorite sons: Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis, Jr., Dean Martin and Joey Bishop.

Produced by Dick Feeney, “The rat Pack is Back” features uncanny vocal recreations, unbridled humor, and a hot, live 12-piece orchestra that sends audiences straight back to the coolest time in history. Hits include “That’s Amore,” “My Way,” “Mr. Bojangles,” and many more. 

See why The Las Vegas Sun writes, “This is as close as anyone has come to capturing the feeling of the real thing,” and the Chicago Tribune raves, “Classic comic material.  Excellent!”

“The Rat Pack is Back” is the only Vegas based show featuring a national touring based company and an award from the Congress of the United States. Now in it’s 11th smash year with over 4,500 performances in over 34 states and 3 foreign countries, they will take the stage at The Fred on Friday, Sept. 24 at 9 pm.

Local house band for the Georgia Shrimp Company, The League of Decency will open at 8 pm. Tickets are only $25 and great seats are available and may be purchased at the box office Monday – Friday from 9-5 or online by visiting www. amphitheater.org.

Call 770-631-0630 fro further information.

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