Saturday, April 7th, 2018
VIP $35 • $25 Regular
VIP Seats Allowed Entrance at 6:00PM
REG Seats Allowed Entrance at 6:30pm
Opening Band / RJ Howson / 7:00pm
Main Event / Absolute Queen / 8:05pm

Full bar and concessions available for purchase

See Tickets below for seating chart

ABSOLUTE QUEEN is a fantastic recreation of a Queen concert with all of the hits and bombast to take you back to those huge arena shows!.

Lead vocalist Martyn Jenkins performed for years across Europe as Freddie in the show “Night at the Opera” performing for the Queen Fan club and Brian May! He is also the lead singer of famed AC/DC Tribute Highway to Hell and Judas Maiden. All 3 acts are part of a large production called “Best Of British”!

Absolute Queen has performed at large outdoor Amphitheaters and Festivals and top venues.

Expect all of the great hits and Queen classics that will make you sing along and remember those great concerts of the 70s and 80s!

Fat Bottom Girls
We Will Rock You
Bohemian Rhapsody
Another One Bites the Dust
You're My Best Friend
We are the Champions
Under Pressure
I Want it All
I Want to Break Free
One Vision
Don't Stop Me Now
Tie Your Mother Down

Fire branded in the Chicago blues circuit, roots rocker and bluesman RJ Howson picked up his skillful guitar chops performing and sharing the stage with blues icons and fellow musicians at Buddy Guy’s Legends, Rosa's Lounge, Kingston Mines, BLUES on Halstead and many other clubs in the Windy City and playing countless shows all over the midwest. RJ continues to be steeped in the southern stews since moving to Florida with openers for Butch Trucks & the Freight Train Band, Dickey Betts & Great Southern, the Atlanta Rhythm Section, Molly Hatchet, Buddy Guy and a host of legendary musicians.

RJ has studied many styles of finger picking techniques from various genres of music, instruments and cultures. "I was finally convinced to play exclusively without a guitar pick and just with my fingers by watching and being encouraged by Howlin' Wolf and Muddy Water's guitarist Hubert Sumlin and Modern Chicago Blues Treasure Lurrie Bell. I had also been inspired by many of the early Country Blues players like Skip James, Son House, Blind Willie McTell, West African Kora (21 string Harp) player Toumani Diabate, Sitarist Ravi Shankar, Jazz Guitar Legend Wes Montgomery, Jazz and world music banjo great Bela Fleck, Merle Travis, Chet Atkins, and many other great finger pickers.