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This Week In Boston (Feb 20 – 26)

Posted by Caitlin on February 20th, 2012 in Concerts, Theatre

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Disney On Ice is coming to the TD Garden February 20-26. There are many different shows that explore the familiar Disney-centered world with a cast of famous, beloved characters performing songs and ice routines inspired from the movies.

Starting in 1981, new shows are added to keep up with the movie versions and old classics, such as Mickey and Minnie’s Amazing Journey and 100 Years of Magic are still running. Dare To Dream is all about the princesses, including Rapunzel from Tangled, Tiana from Princess and the Frog, and Cinderella.

Flogging Molly is performing at Boston’s House of Blues on Tuesday February 21. The Celtic Punk band is currently on their annual Green 17 tour and will be performing songs from their albums, including 2011’s Speed of Darkness. The tour is on its eighth year and in this show, Black Joe Lewis and The Honeybears and The Devil Makes Three will be joining them.

The House of Blues will also be hosting Lauryn Hill this week on Thursday February 23. Hill was a member of the Fugees until she released her first solo album, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, in 1998. She won five Grammys for the album, including Album of the Year and Best New Artist. Her second album MTV Unplugged No. 2.0 was released in 2002.

Country singer and Voice judge, Blake Shelton, is coming to Worcester’s DCU Center on Thursday February 23. Shelton is performing on his The Well Lit & Amplified Tour 2012. He released his latest album, Red River Blue, in July 2011 with the popular songs, “Honey Bee” and “God Gave Me You.”

The Wilbur Theatre is hosting country singer Glen Campbell on Thursday March 23. In August 2011, Campbell released his album, Ghost on the Canvas. He is currently on his Goodbye Tour with his children. Most recently, he performed at the 2012 Grammys, singing “Rhinestone Cowboy” as a goodbye to the music industry.

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