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Deana Martin to Perform in Philadelphia on Saturday during Philly POPS Sinatra Weekend

Oct 9, 2015

When & Where

Saturday, October 10, 2015
8:00p.m. – Deana Martin Live in Concert, Perelman Theater, Kimmel Center
10:00p.m. – The Philly POPS Presents the 500 Club at The Prime Rib


During the Philly POPS season opening Sinatra Weekend concert series, the legendary Dean Martin’s daughter, Deana, will perform in the Kimmel Center’s Perelman Theatre on Saturday, October 10. 

Backed by her band, Deana will perform Rat Pack classics and wax nostalgic with anecdotes and videos. Students in the University of the Arts’ OcTone choir will perform back-up when Deana sings “That’s Amore” and “Memories are Made of This”.  

Following the concert, the Prime Rib on Locust Street will be transformed into Atlantic City’s storied 500 Club where Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and friends performed and partied in the 1940s-1960s. Limited to one hundred guests, the 500 Club redux will include another performance from Deana Martin in an intimate supper club setting.

About the Philly POPS

The Philly POPS, the largest standalone pops orchestra in the United States, delights audiences with the inspired performance of American popular music. The POPS celebrates this distinctive musical heritage through an expanding repertoire of innovative concert presentations and a robust set of educational and engagement initiatives. Now in its 37th season, the official POPS orchestra of Pennsylvania serves a consistently growing audience of over 75,000 annually. Music Director Michael Krajewski and the 65-person Philly POPS orchestra keeps listeners tapping their toes to an impressive repertoire of songs from the 1920s up through 2015. One day, The Philly POPS is performing Frank Sinatra. The next, Rock ‘n’ Roll. Then, Broadway, ABBA, Billy Joel and on into contemporary chart toppers. The Philly POPS performs as a founding resident company of The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, and at venues throughout the mid-Atlantic region.