The Rat Pack is Back! at Tuacahn

The Rat Pack is Back! at Tuacahn

It may be cold outside, but Tuacahn’s holiday celebration is coming in hot this year when The Rat Pack is Back! takes over the indoor Hafen Theatre for a concert filled with nostalgia and plenty of Christmas cheer.

Direct from Las Vegas, The Rat Pack’s glory days will be glorious once again as tribute artists Drew Anthony, Kenny Jones and Bruce Hammond bring the tunes of Sammy Davis Jr., Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin to life once more.

“It will definitely put you in the Christmas spirit,” says Shari Jordan, assistant artistic producer at Tuacahn. “Even if you’re not familiar with The Rat Pack, you are going to recognize these songs.”

Hits like “Fly Me to the Moon” and “New York, NY,” along with several Christmas classics all backed by a seven-piece orchestra makes this concert an event you won’t want to miss.

“Who doesn’t want to see Frank Sinatra sing ‘I’ll Be Home For Christmas’ with a seven-piece orchestra?” Jordan says. “It’s like seeing an amazing Las Vegas show, with no travel required.”

With continued concerns surrounding COVID-19, Tuacahn is taking even more steps to keep patrons safe and healthy. One major step includes upgrading the heating and air conditioning system inside the Hafen Theatre to include air scrubbers that will continually refresh the air — similar to what is being done in airplanes.

In accordance with Governor Herbert’s mandate, masks will be required and seating inside the venue will be socially spaced, with a limited number of seats available for each show.

“We want people to be safe and to enjoy a really fantastic show,” says Scott Anderson, artistic director for Tuacahn.

Tickets to The Rat Pack is Back! Christmas Concert start at just $19. For more information, show dates and safety guidelines and to purchase tickets, log onto www.tuacahn.org

Stuart is the founder, writer and wrangler at several sites including Gastronomic SLC, Utah Now and, The Utah Review; Stuart is a former restaurant critic of more than five years, working for the Salt Lake Tribune and has worked extensively with other local publications from Utah Stories through to Salt Lake Magazine and Visit Salt Lake.