Debbie Gibson Meet & Greet Package - $125/pp + ticket & fees
Debbie Gibson burst onto the music scene at 16 and instantly became the youngest artist in history to write, produce and perform a number one hit, "Foolish Beat." She is still the youngest female and has held the world record for over three decades. Gibson has sold more than 16 million albums and has starred in 17 musicals in 17 years, from Broadway's Les Miserables to the West End's Grease.
In 2019, Gibson joined NKOTB on The Mixtape Arena Tour. Later that year, she also served as a celebrity judge on Nickelodeon’s “America’s Most Musical Family.” In 2020, her single “Girls Night Out” soared to No. 4 on the U.S. Billboard and U.K. MusicWeek charts. In 2021, her guest starring role in the musical episode of “Lucifer” debuted May 28 on Netflix. Gibson filmed “The Class” with Anthony Michael Hall and Charlie Gillespie. She just completed her “Debbie Gibson & Joey McIntyre: Live from Las Vegas” mini-residency at The Venetian® Resort Las Vegas.
Gibson’s new duet of “Lost in Your Eyes,” featuring Joey McIntyre, was released June 4, her new single, “One Step Closer,” was released July 16, and her first pop album in 20 years, The Body Remembers, was released August 20, all on her own label Stargirl Records. The new album promptly shot up to No. 2 on the Apple Pop Sales Charts and achieved one million streams in one month. Stargirl Records released her new, original song “Christmas Star” on November 12.
On January 14, 2022, Stargirl Records released “One Step Closer Remixes” reaching No. 3 on the Swiss dance charts and is currently climbing the charts in both the UK and in Germany. The vinyl release of The Body Remembers was released on January 21. From No. 1 hits and platinum albums to starring roles on stage and screen, Debbie Gibson is a true entertainer with timeless talent and charisma.
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Saturday, Jun 11
$49 - $79 plus fees
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As of March 1st, 2022, following New York State Department of Health's updated COVID-19 health and safety guidance, patrons of Patchogue Theatre are no longer required to present proof of full vaccination status or proof of a negative COVID-19 test to enter our venue. Although not required, we recommend wearing a mask, regardless of vaccination status, in an effort to help prevent further spread of Covid-19. Should you or a member of your party feel ill or have COVID-19 symptoms please stay home.