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Engelbert Humperdinck plans show at SugarHouse Casino

6 September 2017

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Engelbert Humperdinck, one of the most legendary names in music history, brings his iconic voice to the SugarHouse Casino Event Center on Friday, 3 November at 9 p.m. Tickets for Humperdinck's 50th Anniversary Tour go on sale Friday, 8 September and cost $59-$79.

The anniversary tour celebrates the legendary singer's extraordinary career and marks 50 years since Humperdinck debuted "Release Me," which he first sang in 1967. The song hit No. 1 in 11 countries and set a Guinness World Record for achieving 56 consecutive weeks on the charts.

"Engelbert Humperdinck isn't just a singer; he's an entertainer whose romantic sound makes his fans swoon," said Wendy Hamilton, general manager of SugarHouse Casino. "We're thrilled to bring this singing icon to Philadelphia."

During Humperdinck's 50-year career, he has sold more than 140 million records, including 64 gold albums and 35 platinum albums. He has earned four Grammy nominations, a Golden Globe for Entertainer of the Year and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In addition to his base of older fans, Engelbert has managed to strike a new chord with a younger generation after appearing on MTV several times.

Tickets for Humperdinck's show, and for all SugarHouse performances, including Scotty McCreery (16 September), Billy Gardell (13 October) and Brad Garrett and Rita Rudner (27 October), can be purchased on the SugarHouse Casino headliners concert page.

In addition to live performances and concerts, the SugarHouse Casino Event Center can be reserved for a variety of occasions, including weddings, corporate receptions, seminars, trade shows and more. The space features floor-to-ceiling windows and panoramic views of the Delaware River waterfront and the Ben Franklin Bridge. Parking is always free.

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