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Best Concerts in Newport News

Diana Ross at Ferguson Center For The Arts Concert Hall

Diana Ross

The list of Diana Ross' achievements is staggering. She's won a dozen Grammys, sold over 100 million records world wide and was Oscar nominated for her portrayal of Billie Holiday in the The Lady Sings the Blues. In 1976 Billboard named her the greatest female entertainer of the century, and there was a lot more to come from Ross after that. What really matters is that Ross remains an enthralling stage presence, a singer of such poise and remarkable vocal gifts that she's able to hold an audience in the palm of her hand from the moment she steps out into the spotlight right up until she leaves the stage.

Dave Koz Christmas Tour at Ferguson Center For The Arts Concert Hall

Dave Koz Christmas Tour

Celebrate Christmas in style with smooth jazz aficionado Dave Koz! Although he's Jewish, Koz loves the festive season and all the trimmings that come with it, so much so that he released a Yuletide album entitled "The 25th Of December" in 2014. The classy compilation features contemporary covers of classics and carols like The First Noel and Let It, Snow!

Stayin' Alive at Ferguson Center For The Arts Concert Hall

Stayin' Alive

Disco lovers won't want to miss the electrifying and unforgettable music of the Bee Gees that defined an era of dance music throughout the '60s and '70s. The legendary three-piece band of brothers that formed in 1958 had huge hits with 'How Deep Is Your Love,' 'Stayin' Alive' and 'Night Fever.' To date, the band remain one of the biggest selling artists of all time after selling over 220 million records across the world. Take a funky trip down memory lane with this consummate tribute group!

Classic Albums Live at Ferguson Center For The Arts Concert Hall

Classic Albums Live

Classic Albums Live is back for another year! Hear iconic albums like never before in this spectacular live experience. Sing, dance and cheer along with like-minded fans as you attend a concert of a lifetime. From the likes of the Beatle's Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club to Led Zeppelin's back catalogue no stone is left unturned in music's vast history.