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Sal "The Voice" Valentinetti

OPENING ACT: Bianca Ryan

Nov. 22 • 8 pm
Nov. 23 • 8 pm

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Sal Valentinetti

Sal Valentinetti

Sal Valentinetti is an Italian-American crooner known best for his flawless vocals, larger than life personality, and his heart of gold. At the young age of fifteen Sal realized the hidden talent he possessed and began performing his flawless tribute to the great Frank Sinatra. Before long the world would come to know him as "Sal the Voice". In 2016, Season 11 of the NBC hit show "America's Got Talent" was taken by storm by Sal Valentinetti. The 20-year-old college student that delivered Pizza for his cousin's Italian restaurant was now in the spotlight. Belting out the classic Frank Sinatra hit "My Way", Sal not only received a standing ovation, but got the coveted "Golden Buzzer" from judge Heidi Klum. Today, Valentinetti has been touring all over the nation and selling out shows. Hear timeless classics including "The Way You Look Tonight," "Sway," "Can't Take My Eyes Off of You" and many more!

Bianca Ryan

Bianca Ryan

Hailed as "the next revolution in the music industry" by Quincy Jones and "ones of the best singers I have ever heard" by Simon Cowell, Recording Sensation Bianca Ryan's soaring voice and tremendous range captured the imagination of the music industry and began thrilling audiences alike with her Top 100 eponymous first major label release for Columbia Records nearly fifteen years ago. She has sung the national anthem for nearly every major American sports franchise, appeared on Broadway, in movies and residencies in Atlantic City and Las Vegas, and, beginning with President George W. and First Lady Barbara Bush's Children's National Medical Center Christmas televised Christmas fundraiser in 2006, has become a staple of televised Christmas parades and tree lighting ceremonies around the country.