Dr. Phillips Center announces 2022 performces by Pat Metheny, Jay Leno, Shen Yun and more


  • Photo courtesy the Dr. Phillips Center
  • Pat Metheny
The Dr. Phillips Center has just unveiled a handful of boffo new concerts and performances that will mark 2022 as a pretty eclectic year for the downtown performing arts venue.

You'll have jazz, dance and stand-up comedy offered up to you on the acoustic silver platter that is the newly-opened Steinmetz Hall, while a doo-wop legend and the classical Chinese dance sensation will be doing their things in the redoubtable Walt Disney Theater.

Thursday, Feb. 17: Pat Metheny Side Eye at Steinmetz Hall
Tuesday-Wednesday, Feb. 22-23: Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater at Steinmetz Hall
Friday, Feb. 25: Jay Leno at Steinmetz Hall
Saturday, March 20: Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons at the Walt Disney Theater
Friday-Sunday, May 20-22: Shen Yun at the Walt Disney Theater

Tickets for these performances will go on sale Friday, Dec. 3 (hey that's today!), through the Dr. Phillips Center.

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