TODAY'S PAPER
Good Morning
Good Morning
EntertainmentMusic

Marc Anthony sets his first Radio City concerts

Marc Anthony performs at Izod Center in East

Marc Anthony performs at Izod Center in East Rutherford, New Jersey, in 2012. He will do a career retrospective at Radio City Music Hall in August. Credit: Getty Images / Mike Coppola

Marc Anthony plans to cover his entire career during a special concert series at Radio City Music Hall in August.

“The Marc Anthony Private Collection,” on Aug. 26, 27 and 28, will be his first shows at Radio City, a change of pace from the singer’s usual sold-out shows at Madison Square Garden. His U.S. tour, which sold out the Garden last month, was the biggest tour in America in February, according to Billboard.

“Radio City Music Hall is a legendary venue where many acclaimed figures have performed, but until now, I hadn’t had the chance to bring my show to that stage,” Anthony said in a statement. “Coming back home with my music is always an honor. Knowing that I am having the chance to perform at the showplace of the nation and one of New York’s landmarks means more than my words can express.”

Tickets are $96-$286 through Ticketmaster and go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, March 18.

Exclusive subscription offer

Newsday covers the stories that matter most to Long Islanders. We dig deep to uncover the facts, hold the powerful in check and keep a watchful eye on Long Island.

Your digital subscription, starting at $1, supports local journalism vital to the community.

SUBSCRIBE NOW

More Entertainment