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Thursday, November 4, 2021

The Northern Lights Theater 1721 W Canal Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53233
Price: $45/$40/$35

The Ambrosia performance has been rescheduled for Thursday, November 4, 2021. You may to hold on to your tickets for the new date and your current seat selection(s) will be honored.

If you wish to request a refund, please contact the channel through which you originally purchased the tickets (Ticketmaster, etc.).

Original Performance Date: March 26, 2020
Rescheduled Performance Date: November 4, 2021

In the year 1970, four young musicians from the South Bay of Los Angeles came together to create a new invigorating style of music.

Exploring the possibilities of progressive, classical and world influences, yet rooted with the soul of the blues and R&B, Joseph Puerta, Christopher North, Burleigh Drummond, and David Pack created a new sound that was defined and recognized as Ambrosia.

Originally labeled as America’s answer to the progressive invasion of such English acts Yes and King Crimson, the group quickly proved it was all that and much more as its albums painted aural landscapes covering the gamut of musical styles and attracting the collaboration of such cultural icons as Leonard Bernstein, Burt Bacharach, Kurt Vonnegut Jr., and Alan Parsons.

In its brief recording history, Ambrosia garnered five GRAMMY nominations, 5 Top 40 hit singles, heavy FM airplay, and the admiration and respect of the musical community. All this was in addition to SOLD OUT concerts around the world.

Today, the band is more alive and compelling than ever. They are proud of their musically diverse history and embrace their popularity gained through heavy play on “Yacht Rock Stations.”

Ambrosia, with THREE of the four original members intact after 51 years, plus 21 years of guitar ace Doug Jackson on electric guitar and backing vocals, Mary Harris contributing amazing keyboards and vocals, and the fantastic, powerful lead vocals of Kipp Lennon (the band Venice), continues to thrill life-long fans and create new ones along the way.