Tickets for these shows are available online at the provided links or at the Capitol Theatre Box Office 315.337.6277 during normal business hours- Tuesday through Friday 11am to 4pm..

Experience an unforgettable night of music with the iconic Richard Marx! 🎶
Don’t miss your chance to witness his timeless hits and captivating melodies live
in concert. Get your tickets now and make memories that will last a lifetime.
Richard Marx has sold more than 30 million albums worldwide, starting with his self-titled debut, featuring the Top 5 singles Hold on to the Nights and the Grammy-nominated Don’t Mean Nothing. He earned quadruple-Platinum distinction with the No. One songs Satisfied and Right Here Waiting. Suddenly I See.
Showtime 7:00PM
Doors 6:15PM
Presented By Entertainment Services

Stryper-To Hell with the Amps Unplugged Tour

With special guest Justin Smithson

June 10 • 6:30 Capitol Theatre

 Presented by Entertainment Services

This June 10th at 6:30pm, join us at the Rome Capitol Theatre for an epic night as we commemorate 40 years of the legendary STRYPER! With a career that’s spanned four decades and transformed the rock landscape, STRYPER is back to deliver a show that proves their enduring legacy in the music world.

Dive into an evening filled with your favorite STRYPER hits, from “Calling On You” and “Free” to “Honesty” and “To Hell With The Devil”. Celebrate the band’s incredible journey, highlighted by a slew of achievements: six gold and two platinum albums, a gold video, chart-topping Billboard albums and singles, #1 MTV videos, a Grammy nomination, and over ten million albums sold worldwide. Their album “To Hell With The Devil” also ranks #3 on HM Magazine’s Top 100 Christian Rock Albums of All Time.

Experience the power, the music, and the spirit of STRYPER in a venue steeped in history. The Cohoes Music Hall provides the perfect backdrop for a night commemorating the monumental 40-year career of these rock pioneers.

Box Office 1-(800) 595-4TIX (4849)

Capitol Theatre

July 11, 12 & 13

7:30PM

This year, SummerStage is presenting the musical, the zany, hysterical musical, Something Rotten. It’s all about Shakespeare’s time. It pokes fun at everything like a Spamalot.
Something Rotten takes place in 1595 London, England. The Bottom brothers, Nick and Nigel are trying to find success by writing plays, but are outshined by the rock-star playwright of the Renaissance, William Shakespeare. Desperate to find success Nick gets help from a soothsayer for the next big hit.

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