Herman's Hermits Starring Peter Noone, & Mitch Ryder on one concert ticket...score! Two of rock ‘n roll’s biggest acts of the 60s - and we’re talking the same great singers we know and love! Peter Noone has still got it - if you haven’t caught one of his Branson appearances, you sure need to be here for this one - you know why? Because he’s joined by the incomparable Mitch Ryder - the real Mitch Ryder from the Motor City’s bluesy rock side...that’s Detroit, Michigan...Motown...one of the nation’s biggest sources of great rock, pop, and soul artists for the past fifty years. Peter Noone, one of the brightest stars of the British Invasion of the 60s, and Mitch Ryder, a home-grown rock star - hurray!
If you’re too young to recall these rock legends when they first hit the music scene, or maybe you’ve never streamed a radio station or found a playlist that’s been blessed with their hits, you’ve really been missing something special. It’s a safe bet you’ve heard a Hermits song or two as part of a movie or television show soundtrack, or a Mitch Ryder hit when a brilliant DJ wants you on the dance floor...Herman's Hermits Starring Peter Noone gave us lots of hits, including “Dandy,” “Can’t You Hear My Heartbeat,” “There’s A Kind Of Hush,” “I’m Into Something Good,” “Mrs. Brown, You’ve Got a Lovely Daughter,” “Listen People,” and “I’m Henry VIII, I Am.” Mitch Ryder got everyone’s music mojo going to songs like “Little Latin Lupe Lu,” “Sock It To Me Baby,” “Jenny Take a Ride,” “Too Many Fish in the Sea,” and the incredibly infectious “Devil With a Blue Dress On.” When Herman’s Hermits first hit American soil, they sold out concerts faster, and their music was played more, than the band now considered to be the world’s most popular - The Beatles. Mitch Ryder has been such an influence on rock god, Bruce Springsteen, that he still includes a “Detroit Medley,” featuring several of Ryder’s songs, in many of his concert performances.
Additional Information/Helpful Hints
- Herman's Hermits Starring Peter Noone, & Mitch Ryder will appear at the Welk Resort Theatre.
- The Welk Resort is located at 1984 Missouri Highway 165.
- The concert is scheduled for Friday, October 18, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.
- The resort sits back from the main road - you’ll turn onto a short access street that takes you back to the property.
- There is plenty of parking, but the path to the theater entrance is slightly downhill with access via a small set of stairs or a sloping drive. There is; however, a circle drive that allows for guests to be dropped right at the entrance to the theater.
- In addition to the theatre, the Welk Resort features a hotel, condos, an indoor waterpark for resort guests, and a large buffet-style restaurant just across the lobby from the theater. There’s also a gift shop and concession area in the lobby.
- Limited accessible seating for disabled guests is available with tickets purchased at the Bronze Level, with greater availability at the Gold Level.
- PLEASE NOTE: Tickets for this special limited-engagement performance are non-refundable.
Two big acts will be here for one-night-only, so get your plans together for an October visit, because you’ve gotta witness the concert stage become the place where music magic happens, courtesy of Herman's Hermits Starring Peter Noone, & Mitch Ryder!