SBL Entertainment Presents
Unfortunately, artist management had to make the tough decision to cancel this event. All ticket buyers will be refunded in full. We apologize for any inconvenience. Please contact the Box Office if you have any questions. Box Office hours are Tues.-Fri. 9am-5pm 541-317-0700.
We hope you recognize the profound impact this event ban will have on the staff, crew and operations of the nonprofit Tower Theatre Foundation. Rather than a refund, please consider one of these ways to help sustain the performing arts during this difficult time:
- Donate the price of your unused tickets as a tax-deductible gift to the Tower
- Apply the ticket amount as credit to your account or exchange for a future program
- Purchase a Tower membership
- Text Tower80 to 44321 with a special donation
Tickets: Reserved Seating $39.50 - $97.00 (plus fees)
VIP $97 ticket - Meet John Waite and get your picture taken with him and have up to (2) pieces of merchandise signed. It all takes place 1/2 hour before doors open.
Countless musicians of far lesser accomplishment have probably made similar statements regarding their own personal creative process, but when the confession comes from John Waite – whose been successfully writing, recording and performing some of the most listenable, enduring and appreciated popular music for more than 35 years – one cannot help but both recognize and marvel at the shimmering legacy of this British born rock star.
The ride began when Waite was tapped as bassist and lead vocalist for the Babys who rocketed to Top 20 chart positions with a pair of infections hits, “Isn’t it Time” from the band’s sophomore LP, Broken Heart in 1977 and the monster ballad, “Every Time I Think of You” off 1978’s Head First. But it was the album’s rhythmically aggressive and seductive title track where fans got their first glimpse of the authentic John Waite, a no-holds-barred rock n’ roll performer devoted heart and soul to live performance and making sure every fan in the audience left the concert hall just as elated and exhausted as the band they’d paid to see.