Wayne Hosford Creates Holiday Magic during Comedy Show December 27th | Arts & Culture
Don't miss your chance to experience the talents of award-winning concert and cabaret performer Wayne Hosford live at Dublin Farm on Friday, December 27th at 7 p.m. Tickets are $75 per person and include an Italian dinner buffet crafted by Ristorante da Maria, as well as drinks.
Located at 875 Currie Road in Dublin, Dublin Farm Bed & Breakfast will host Hosford's performance the New York Post has called "A one in a million talent...possessing an energy and freshness that's dazzling...patently brilliant...Hosford's singing and playing put him near the top of his profession."
Hosford has worked professionally in music and theatre since childhood, and is a highly acclaimed and award-winning concert and cabaret entertainer. From the age of ten to twelve, he appeared in several productions of The Warner Robins Little Theatre, The Macon Little Theatre, The Grand Opera Housein Macon, and the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta. Having gone on to make performing his professional career, he now lists among his favorite credits: The Spoleto Festival USA, Cabaret Comes to CarnegieSeries in New York, Le Festival St. Claud in France, and a performance in the Manaus Opera Housealong the Amazon in Brazil. In addition to his original songs and unique comedy, his vast repertoire spans the Great American Songbook, Broadway, Adult Contemporary, and American Popular Song from the 1960's, 70's and 80's.
Wayne has appeared on the bill with a variety of performers including Michael Feinstein, C&W artistFaith Hill, and Neal Sedaka. Wayne has entertained for several major corporations including The American Cancer Society, The American Red Cross, The Coca-Cola Company, Lilly Pulitzer, Inc., and Mary Kay Cosmetics. He has been a featured solo headliner for both the Democratic and Republican National Conventions in two separate presidential election years. He has been honored to perform solo for U.S. president George H.W. Bush, and on another occasion, U.S. senator Edward M. Kennedy.
Reservations are limited, and can be made by calling 478-275-8766 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.