TICKET DEAL: Save $25 on tickets this Labor Day weekend for next week’s Boy George & Culture Club concert

Boy George is on tour with Culture Club and The Thompson Twins’s Tom Bailey.

The tour,  with more than 40 dates, includes a stop at Kettering's Fraze Pavilion on Wednesday, Sept. 5, for the 20th annual SummerFest.

Fraze Pavilion just announced this morning a special ticket deal: $20 lawn and terrace seats as supplies last now through Monday.

That’s a $25 discount off the original ticket price.

Orchestra seats range from $65-$75.

>> We catch up with Tom Bailey of Thompson Twins before Fraze show

More information on the tour, including tickets, can be found at the Culture Club official website.

Remaining dates for The Life Tour are below.

Sept. 3 - St. Paul, Minn., at Minnesota State Fair
Sept. 5 - Kettering, Ohio, at Fraze Pavilion
Sept. 6 - St. Louis at Fox Theatre
Sept. 7 - Kansas City, Ohio, at Starlight Theatre
Sept. 8 - Denver, CO @ Fiddlers Green Amphitheatre
Sept. 13 - Puyallup, Wash., at Washington State Fair
Sept. 14 - Kennewick, Wash., at Toyota Center
Sept. 15 - Portland, Ore., at Theatre of the Clouds
Sept. 16 - Murphys, Calif., at Ironstone Amphitheatre
Sept. 18 - Saratoga, Calif., at The Mountain Winery
Sept. 19 - Saratoga, Calif., at The Mountain Winery
Sept. 21 - Salt Lake City,  Maverik Center
Sept. 22 - Reno, NV @ Reno Event Center
Sept. 23 - Santa Barbara, CA @ Santa Barbara Bowl
Sept. 25 - San Diego, CA @ Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
Sept. 27 - Albuquerque, N.M., at Sandia Casino
Sept. 28 - Cabazon, Calif., Morongo
Sept. 29 - Las Vegas, Nev., at Downtown Las Vegas Event Center
Sept. 30 - Scottsdale, Ariz., at Talking Stick Resort
Oct. 3 - Los Angeles at The Greek Theatre
Oct. 5 - Fresno, California, at The Big Fresno Fair


Boy George & Culture Club 

Since their inception in 1981 Culture Club have sold more than 50 million records worldwide, led by their classic hits, “Do You Really Want to Hurt Me,” “Karma Chameleon,” and “I’ll Tumble 4 Ya.”

The Thompson Twins’ Tom Bailey 

The Thompson Twins had huge hits on both sides of the Atlantic. Songs such as “Hold Me Now,” “Doctor Doctor,” “You Take Me Up” and “Love On Your Side” provided the soundtrack for so many people’s lives worldwide in the mid-eighties. In 1985 The Thompson Twins played “Hold Me Now” at Live Aid in Philadelphia and also performed the Beatles “Revolution” with Madonna on backing vocals and Nile Rodgers on guitar.

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