By Travelzoo Staff
Celebrate the life and music of Dusty Springfield at the new musical "Forever Dusty," featuring favorite hits like "Son of a Preacher Man." Travelzoo subscribers can watch the story of Springfield's "extraordinary" rise to fame (Entertainment Weekly) for 60% off.
Why we love it
- Save 60% on tickets to the Dusty Springfield musical "Forever Dusty," featuring favorites like "Son of a Preacher Man"
- Tickets are $31.50, regularly $69-$79, for weeknight performances through April 7
- Friday-Sunday shows at New York City's New World Stages are $39-$49
- Entertainment Weekly calls Springfield's story "extraordinary"
Feb. 6, 2013 - April 7, 2013
New World Stages
340 W. 50th St.
New York, 10019
- Orchestra and Mezzanine seats are $31.50 (regularly $69-$79) for Monday-Thursday performances through April 7 at New York City's New World Stages. Tickets to Friday shows are discounted to $39, and Saturday and Sunday shows are available for $49.
- "Forever Dusty" uses Springfield's beloved songs to tell the tale of a schoolgirl from West London who transformed herself into a worldwide superstar. Entertainment Weekly says "star and co-writer Kirsten Holly Smith nicely captures Springfield's unique blend of Brit tomboy and soul legend."Booking Instructions
- To purchase tickets, click "Buy Now." Disable pop-up blockers if the booking page does not appear. Enter a quantity of tickets and click "Continue," then select a date and click "Continue" again. Select the button for best seats available, then click "Continue." Enter the security check word and click "Continue" again. The discount will be applied automatically. Confirm your tickets, then click "Continue" and create an account or log in to book.
Catch a singalong performance for $31.50 on Wednesday, Feb. 13, at 7 p.m.
The fine print
The promo code for this deal is automatically applied. A $1.50 facility fee is already included, and fees of $6 per ticket and $2.25 per order will be additional. Fees are determined by the venue and ticketing agent and not by Travelzoo. Full-price tickets are subject to the same fees. Photo by Joan Marcus.