Super Diamond will perform Neil Diamond’s timeless classics on June 21 in Federal Way. Photo courtesy of Spectra

Super Diamond will perform Neil Diamond’s timeless classics on June 21 in Federal Way. Photo courtesy of Spectra

Super Diamond: Tribute to Neil Diamond coming to Federal Way June 21

Super Diamond delivers a glittering performance of Neil’s power ballads and up-tempo hits with unrestrained enthusiasm.

Super Diamond – tribute to the much loved, international pop icon Neil Diamond – will perform the timeless classics including “Sweet Caroline,” “America,” “Cherry Cherry;” “Song Sung Blue,” “Forever in Blue Jeans” and many more on June 21.

The concert will begin at 8 p.m. at the Performing Arts and Event Center in Federal Way.

Super Diamond’s success in America is unprecedented for a tribute band. With a nod from Neil (the man himself), Super Diamond has been embraced by the long-time Neil Diamond fan-base and also found huge popularity in the hip rock clubs of America.

Over the last 10 years, Super Diamond has consistently sold out shows at most of America’s coolest rock venues such as The Fillmore and Bimbo’s 365 Club in San Francisco, The House of Blues (located in multiple major cities across the US) Showbox Theatre in Seattle, Ogden Theatre in Denver, 930 Club in Washington DC, Irving Plaza in New York (to name but a few) and many festivals, fairs, theaters and performing arts centers. Super Diamond has also appeared on The Late Show with David Letterman, CNN, Fox News, VH1 and have been featured in Rolling Stone Magazine, Spin and The New York Times.

Super Diamond delivers a glittering performance of Neil’s power ballads and up-tempo hits with unrestrained enthusiasm. Every Super Diamond show is pure entertainment – classic music combined with fun, energy and passion – creating nostalgia for the good old days and excitement for today’s generation.

Learn more

For ticket information, visit www.fwpaec.org or call the Box Office at 253-835-7010.




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