Changes In Latitudes brings a night of Jimmy Buffett to Newton


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  • Photo provided Changes in Latitudes to play this summer at Newton Theatre.



This summer, Changes in Latitudes: A Night of Jimmy Buffett will bring a beach party to the Newton Theatre on Friday, July 18 at 8 p.m.

Changes In Latitudes is the country's premier tribute show to singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett, the master of the tropical life style. This nationally acclaimed band performs across the country with beach balls flying and dancing conga lines.

Comprised of world-class musicians, and traveling with a full tropical stage set, Changes In Latitudes recreates the Jimmy Buffett concert experience.

You can expect to hear such Buffett classics as Margaritaville, Come Monday, Volcano, Cheeseburger In Paradise, and, of course, Changes In Latitudes, Changes In Attitudes, as well as other crowd-pleasing favorites, like Brown Eyed Girl, Jamaica Farewell, Southern Cross, Another Saturday Night, and the Alan Jackson / Jimmy Buffett smash hit It's Five O'clock Somewhere.

Complete with a full tropical stage set-up of palm trees, surf-boards, tiki-totems, and a full-stage backdrop, you’ll believe that you’re at a Buffett concert before the show begins. Leader Steve Kareta mimics Jimmy's casual, storyteller style, taking you on a laid-back yet up-beat musical trip through the sun-drenched Caribbean.

Changes In Latitudes has been working their way around the country for a dozen years, in theaters and festivals from Maine to Florida, from the Cape to Chicago. Equally at home onboard Disney cruise ships, or in front of 6,500 fans at the National Hamburger Festival in Akron, Ohio, the band has garnered the title of the most authentic Jimmy Buffett tribute show in the country, earning rave reviews from the most discerning of audiences, the Parrot Head Clubs (official Jimmy Buffett fan clubs).

Tickets for Changes in Latitudes are $34 for premium seating, $29 for orchestra and $24 for balcony. Purchase tickets by visiting www.thenewtontheatre.com or contact the box office at 973-383-3700.

The historic Newton Theatre, located at 234 Spring Street in Newton, N.J.

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