Max Weinberg’s Jukebox Meet and Greet *Does Not Include a Ticket to the Show* - 10/15/20

Max Weinberg’s Jukebox Meet and Greet *Does Not Include a Ticket to the Show* - 10/15/20

Thursday, October 15 2020 Post Show Doors / 9:30pm Start

Tickets

General Admission
$125.00
Thu Oct 15 2020

Max Weinberg’s Jukebox Meet and Greet *Does Not Include a Ticket to the Show* - 10/15/20

at City Winery Boston

Doors:
Post Show
Starts:
9:30pm

Tickets

General Admission
$125.00

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*** VIP Private Meet and Greet -  Photo op with Max and buyer can bring up to two items for personalized autographs.***

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Prepare To Party Performing over 150 shows since April of 2017, Max Weinberg’s Jukebox continues to barnstorm the country, blasting out the hits! 

As Chuck Berry instructed us in his classic “School Days,”...drop the coin right into the slot” audiences have thoroughly embraced the idea of picking and calling out the songs the band pays—in real time and in a variety of intimate venues. From Beatles to Bruce and Stones to Steppenwolf the band infuses these classics with the respect the songs deserve. As one fan said, “It’s not a concert—it’s party! The bar was packed!” 

But don’t take our word for it. Here’s what Marc Steczyk, director of the Lincoln Amphitheater, in Indiana, had to say: 

“Max Weinberg’s Jukebox was one of the most interactive, energetic performances that we’ve ever had at the Lincoln Amphitheater! Max, literally, leaves the stage to be amongst the crowd—his fans—and lets them pick the set list from a scrolling list of 300+ songs...and they play it...on the spot...spot on! Max is a pro’s pro, as was his entire band—tremendously professional to work with and a great asset to our entire performance series!”


Prepare To Party Performing over 150 shows since April of 2017, Max Weinberg’s Jukebox continues to barnstorm the country, blasting out the hits! 

As Chuck Berry instructed us in his classic “School Days,”...drop the coin right into the slot” audiences have thoroughly embraced the idea of picking and calling out the songs the band pays—in real time and in a variety of intimate venues. From Beatles to Bruce and Stones to Steppenwolf the band infuses these classics with the respect the songs deserve. As one fan said, “It’s not a concert—it’s party! The bar was packed!” 

But don’t take our word for it. Here’s what Marc Steczyk, director of the Lincoln Amphitheater, in Indiana, had to say: 

“Max Weinberg’s Jukebox was one of the most interactive, energetic performances that we’ve ever had at the Lincoln Amphitheater! Max, literally, leaves the stage to be amongst the crowd—his fans—and lets them pick the set list from a scrolling list of 300+ songs...and they play it...on the spot...spot on! Max is a pro’s pro, as was his entire band—tremendously professional to work with and a great asset to our entire performance series!”