Rising-star violinist Damien Escobar first gained national attention as half of the duo Nuttin’ But Stringz. As a solo artist and bandleader since 2012, the New York native has released two albums and found new success with his crossover mix of classical, jazz, pop, R&B and hip-hop, landing numerous appearances on TV and at national events.
Now you can make your evening at the Palladium complete with our Pre-Performance Dinners.
For just $40 per person (tax included), you and your companions can enjoy a multicourse buffet meal in the Palladium’s elegant Robert Adam Room, with premium coffee, tea and water, and a cash bar, starting 75 minutes prior to curtain time.
Would you care to see a menu?
Pan Roasted Salmon w/ Sundried Tomato Relish
Roast Beef Au Jus
Wild Rice Pilaf
Pan Seared Root Vegetables
Classic Carrot Cake
You will be given the option to purchase dinner tickets while buying concert tickets.
You must have an accompanying performance ticket to purchase a Pre-Performance Dinner. Seating is limited
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