Did you miss Ron Hawking’s holiday shows at Barrington’s White House? Now’s your chance to see him live with your sweetheart on Valentine’s Day! Back by popular demand…Ron Hawking returns in concert from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. Friday, February 14th at Barrington’s White House, 145 West Main Street.
With music from Frank, Dean, Sammy and more. Grab your date, order a Rat Pack-inspired cocktail and be prepared to fall in love all over again. A complimentary red rose for the ladies to make your Valentine’s Day extra-special! Provided by Little Leaf Florist.
The price is $45 per ticket or $55 for VIP preferred seating admission (sold out).
Click here to purchase your tickets today.
Ron sharpened his performance skills by studying improvisation at Chicago’s Second City and New York’s Neighborhood Playhouse. After returning to Chicago, Ron was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and underwent treatment, and today is a survivor, which gives him great pride.
After the loss of Dean Martin and Gene Kelly, Hawking began to think about creating a show dedicated to the remarkable legacy of another legend—Frank Sinatra. His hit musical “His Way—A Musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra” was born! Hawking made over 1000 “His Way” appearances, one of Chicago’s longest-running and most beloved musical tributes.
His second musical production, “The Men & Their Music,” honored legendary singers, songwriters and performers. And his Christmas show, “Ron Hawking Home for the Holidays,” has played to sold-out audiences at Barrington’s White House and other venues.
Ron Hawking’s other accolades include a performance at Carnegie Hall, and a role in the Universal Pictures movie “The Express” and the movie, “Look Who’s Talking.” At the 2014 Chicago Music Awards, Ron Hawking was presented with CMA’s 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award. His latest album release, “The Song is You,” was nominated for a Grammy. Learn more at RonHawking.com.
Completely restored in 2015 to mark the Village of Barrington’s Sesquicentennial celebration, Barrington’s White House at 145 W. Main Street is now a community and cultural center featuring regular performances and events. The elegant and historically significant property is also available to rent for weddings, galas and corporate meetings. For more about the White House’s history and to view their calendar of upcoming events, visit BarringtonsWhiteHouse.com.