Tony Orlando

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WHAT TO EXPECT: Miriam Yeung is a singer and actress from Hong Kong who has maintained a very successful career since the mid-’90s when she placed third in the TVB New Talent Singing Awards competition. She’s released a slew of albums in both Cantonese and Mandarin and has had hit singles such as “Maiden’s Prayer,” “Sisters,” “Unfortunately I’m an Aquarius” and “Small City, Big Things.” In the wee hours of Thursday morning she’ll take the stage at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino for a sold-out show. Those lucky enough to attend will get to hear songs from throughout her career.


HARD ROCK // 8 P.M. FRIDAY, NOV. 29; $49, $59, $69

WHAT TO EXPECT: Although Wayne Brady has been quite successful as both an actor and a talk-show host, its been his incredible skills at improvisational comedy that has defined his career. In 1998 Brady became a regular on the ABC show “Whose Line is it Anyway?” where he was able to shine in front of a live studio audience. Along with his song parodies, improvisation takes center stage at Brady’s live performances. Audience participation adds a tremendous amount to his shows, with those in attendance playing a vital role in shaping the night and helping to create comedy on the spot.


TROPICANA // 8 P.M. FRIDAY, NOV. 29; $63, $73, $103

WHAT TO EXPECT: The most successful all-female Irish singing group, Celtic Woman makes a return to Atlantic City on Friday night with a performance at Tropicana Atlantic City. With 10 million in album sales and 1 billion online streams, Celtic Woman continues to amaze with their new album “The Magic of Christmas.” Concertgoers can look forward to hearing plenty of yuletide favorites, such as “O’ Holy Night,” “Silent Night,” “Deck the Hall” and “Auld Lang Syne” along with the Gaelic songs “Dia do Bheatha” and “The Wexford Carol.”


RESORTS // 8 P.M. SATURDAY, NOV. 30; $55

WHAT TO EXPECT: Tony Orlando began his career in the early 1960s as a songwriter at New York’s Brill Building before becoming a music executive and finally breaking out as a live performer and recording artist in the 1970s. He’s been a tireless live performer ever since and continues to entertain audiences with his polished pop sound and charisma. The New York native returns to Atlantic City on Saturday night for a show at Resorts Casino Hotel. Those who are attending can look forward to hearing hits such as “Tie a Yellow Ribbon ‘Round the Ole Oak Tree,” “Knock Three Times,” “Sweet Gypsy Rose” and “Candida.”


HARD ROCK // 8 P.M. SATURDAY, NOV. 30; $49, $64, $79, $99

WHAT TO EXPECT: One of hip-hop’s ultimate pioneers, Run-D.M.C. emerged from the streets of Hollis, Queens with a style, attitude and swagger that helped introduced rap music into the mainstream. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famers will be at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City on Saturday night where they’ll have the crowd on its feet with hits such as “My Adidas,” “Walk This Way” and “It’s Tricky.”


TROPICANA // 9 P.M. SATURDAY, NOV. 30; $57, $67

WHAT TO EXPECT: World-famous salsa band El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico began performing in the early 1960s and has traveled around the world showcasing the great musical traditions of their native Puerto Rico. For over 50 years, El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico has given audiences a work out dancing the night away to the rhythmic sounds of their brand of salsa music. The legendary group arrives at Tropicana Atlantic City on Saturday night to perform hits such as “Brujería”, “El Menú”, “Me Libere”, “Un Verano En Nueva York”, “Arroz con Habichuela”, “Ojos Chinos”, “Julia” and “Sin Salsa No Hay Paraíso.”

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