International Superstar: Adam Lambert Set To Light Up The Paramount Stage

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Huntington, NY (January 12, 2016) – The Paramount in downtown Huntington, Long Island, N.Y. is pleased to announce Grammy nominated singer Adam Lambert on February 23rd at 8 pm. Adam Lambert won over Americans back in 2009 when he became a finalist on the eight season of “American Idol.” After the season wrapped, Lambert released his successful debut album, For Your Entertainment, which featured the Grammy-nominated radio hit, “Whataya Want From Me.” Following the success of his first two albums, Lambert recently released his highly anticipated third album The Original High, which is said to create “an enthralling intimacy with the listener”- a feeling Long Islander’s will get to experience live.

Tickets for Adam Lambert will go on sale to the general public starting @ 10am on Friday, January 15th through Ticketmaster.com, charge-by-phone @ 800-745-3000 or The Paramount Box Office (open daily from 12 noon – 6 pm). Paramount Fan Club members may purchase tickets before the general public during the one-day, online-only, Ticketmaster pre-sale starting at 10 am on Thursday, January 14th until 10pm with password “PULSE”. To receive future pre-sale codes and event news for The Paramount, simply sign up on our website for our FREE e-newsletter today.

Amongst Adam Lambert’s long list of accolades, the multi-platinum-selling, singer/songwriter has earned a BMI Award for Award-Winning Song, two GLAAD Awards, a Young Hollywood Award for Artist of The Year, a Teen Choice Award for Choice Male Reality/Variety Star and a People’s Chocie Award nomination for Breakout Musical Artist. Lambert’s wide vocal range combined with his powerful song lyrics has enabled him connect with audiences of all ages and generations. In regards to his latest album The Original High, Lambert says, “I hope that the album can pull people together in realizing they’re not alone and in realizing that if you sing about it or talk about it or dance it out, that’s the best medicine.”