Huntington, NY (November 9, 2015) – The Paramount in downtown Huntington, Long Island, N.Y. is excited to announce O.A.R. live in concert on December 27th at 8 pm. O.A.R. (Of A Revolution) are notorious for performing intense and vibrant live shows – including selling out arenas worldwide, for example Madison Square Garden. Long Islanders now have the opportunity to experience O.A.R. in an intimate setting, without the hassle of traveling into the city.
Tickets for O.A.R. will go on sale to the general public starting @ 12 pm noon on Friday, November 20th 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 two-day, online-only, Ticketmaster pre-sale starting at 10 am on Wednesday, November 18th through Thursday, November 19th at 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.
O.A.R.’s latest studio album, The Rockville LP, was released in June of 2014 and the band found inspiration for the album on their journey home. The band found that visiting their Maryland hometown gave them a sense of peace, “I went home to Maryland many times while making this album and based these songs on all the familiar feelings that Rockville gave me,” lead singer Marc Roberge said. “I tried to focus in on the simple things that always made this band so creative and driven. For everyone in the band, this was a restart. We’ve been hanging out, enjoying life, letting things go…The whole album is about a reboot.”
O.A.R. will be performing songs off their eighth studio album, The Rockville LP, along with their classic hits that fans have found inspirational and iconic. With each studio album, the band has endeavored to achieve a sense of immediacy. Roberge said, “I can guarantee we put that same live show energy and passion into each minute of The Rockville LP and we can only hope the audience feels that.”