In keeping with our promise to expand the variety of acts coming to Utica, The Stanley Theatre presents the Oak Ridge Boys, America’s most iconic country music quartet. The band will be appearing to perform their unforgettable hits on Thursday, February 13th beginning at 7:30 P.M.


The five time Grammy Award winning band will play many fan favorites as part of their 2020 tour. The Oaks bring 40 years of charted hits including more than a dozen number one songs and 30 top ten hits. Their string of hits includes the country-pop chart-topper “Elvira,” as well as “Bobbie Sue,” “Dream On,” “Thank God For Kids,” “American Made,” “I Guess It Never Hurts To Hurt Sometimes,” “Fancy Free,” “Gonna Take A Lot Of River” and many others.


With one of the most distinctive and recognizable sounds in the music industry, The Oak Ridge Boys, who were inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2015, are widely acclaimed for having one of the most exciting shows anywhere.


One of country music’s truly legendary acts, The Oak Ridge Boys comprises lead singer Duane Allen, bass singer Richard Sterban, tenor Joe Bonsall, and baritone William Lee Golden. They have become one of the most enduringly successful touring groups anywhere, still performing some 150 dates each year at major theaters, fairs, and festivals across the United States and Canada.


Food and beverages will be available for purchase before and during the event.


Tickets go on sale Wednesday, December 11th at 10 A.M. and can be purchased at Stanley Theatre box office, online at or by phone at (315) 724-4000.

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