Ben Rudnick & Friends 15th Annual Holiday Extravaganza

One of the Regent's most Treasured and Rockin' Seasonal Family Traditions!

Saturday, December 10th 10:30am

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All seats are for a GENERAL ADMISSION seating plan so you can select your own seat.
Arrive early to get your favorite spot in the theatre!
(...and a booster seat before they run out.)
(If you might need accommodation for seating call our Box Office: 781.646.4849)

Regent Theatre Members - ONLY $7.00
Adults - $10.00
Senior (Over-62 Years Old) - $8.00
Child (Over-2 Years Old) - $8.00
Student - $8.00






About Ben Rudnick and Friends

Ben Rudnick and Friends have been bringing families, music and fun together in their own unique style from their first release, Emily Songs, in 2000 to their January 2016 release, A Frog Named Sam, A Musical for Children.

”...he and the band are so musically gifted that they almost create their own style of music. “
~ Dave Loftin, Chattanooga Parent Paper

Boasting a high level of adventurous musicianship, their enthusiastic recordings and live performances seamlessly range from light folk, bluegrass, calypso, rock and even Irish Jigs.

“The words catchy and irrepressible just begin to describe the string-band music uncorked by a quintet of gifted instrumentalists.” ~ Downbeat Magazine

With countless kudos to their credit, including SEVEN Parents’ Choice Awards, the band considers it’s main focus to be providing a common ground where all family members can, without compromise, enjoy a shared musical experience. This is best exemplified in their live shows.
Touring steadily since their inception, Ben Rudnick and Friends have played extensively in their native New England, along the eastern seaboard and have recently visited Colorado. Performances big and small tend to be events, a slice of time where families relax and enjoy the bonding moments listening to the band.
Drawing on the original songs and traditional material from their recordings, the band seamlessly integrates classic songs such as “Route 66,” “Oh Boy!,” “Jambalaya/Hey Good Looking, Walk of Life,” and Beatles’ tunes into their sets.