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October 14, 2017
Queensborough Performing Arts Center
$35 and up
Taylor Dayne stands out as one of music’s most dynamic artists of all time. Her unique vocal style has earned her numerous best-selling gold and platinum albums, which produced seventeen Top 20 singles including #1 hits such as Tell It To My Heart, Love Will Lead You Back, I’ll Always Love You, and Prove Your Love. During the course of her career, Taylor has sold more than 75 million albums and singles worldwide, garnered three Grammy nominations, and has held significant roles in film and television, and appeared on Broadway in Elton John’s Aida. In 2012 Taylor was inducted into the Long Island Musicians Hall of Fame alongside Long Island luminaries Billy Joel and Pat Benatar. Disco diva Maxine Nightingale opens the show with her Billboard hits including Right Back Where We Started From.
Address: 222-05 56th Ave. Bayside, NY 11364
Standard hours: Box Office M-F 10am-4pm Wheelchair accessible: No Stroller check: Yes Bring food: No Family bathroom: No
The cornerstone of the Performing Arts Center is the annual Professional Performing Arts Series. The Series was created to bring a high level of accessible world-class entertainment to the community at large. Throughout its over 50-year history, QPAC has successfully produced over 1,200 performances and served over 1 million individuals in its intimate 875-seat theater. QPAC is strongly committed to expanding public access to the arts for everyone. The center's affordable prices allow Queens' working families, younger generations and seniors the opportunity to enjoy first-rate performances locally. The performances are of the highest quality and QPAC strives to offer multi-cultural entertainment that mirrors the diversity of the borough. This diversity is reflected in a wide range of performances. The Center is also a learning laboratory that provides many cultural and artistic opportunities to the College's students in an effort to integrate the arts into the learning process.
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