The legendary Tony Orlando has only two concerts left in a career that has spanned more than 60 illustrious years.

On Saturday, March 16, 2024 at 8:00 p.m., Tony Orlando will make his final career appearance at Resorts Casino Hotel Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Tony Orlando will be headlining in the iconic Superstar Theater. He is known for his multiple platinum-selling albums and many Top 40 hits, such as "Tie a Yellow Ribbon."

This special performance at Resorts Casino Hotel comes just prior to Orlando's final concert ever, which will take place at Mohegan's flagship property in Connecticut, Mohegan Sun … on Friday, March 22, 2024 in the Mohegan Sun Arena.

"We're beyond thrilled that after such an incredible entertainment career, Tony Orlando is coming to Resorts Casino Hotel for his final Atlantic City performance," said Mark Giannantonio, president and CEO of Resorts Casino Hotel. "Tony's relationship with Resorts is one we cherish greatly, and we look forward to being a part of this historic moment."

Tony Orlando first performed at Resorts Casino Hotel on August 15, 1983, where he did 9 shows in 7 days.

Orlando's handprints are prominently displayed right outside the entrance of the Superstar Theater.

Harry Hurley photo.
Harry Hurley photo.

"We are honored that after such an historic entertainment and humanitarian career, Tony Orlando has chosen Mohegan Sun to host his final live performance," said Tom Cantone, President of Sports & Entertainment for Mohegan. "It's now time for us to give him a standing ovation for entertaining over 100,000 fans at Mohegan Sun over the years, something that only Billy Joel has done, as he will be forever part of Mohegan's entertainment family."

Resorts Casino Hotel Atlantic City photo.
Resorts Casino Hotel Atlantic City photo.

"I am so honored that my last concert (Friday, March 22, 2024 at 7:30 p.m.) will be at my favorite venue on Earth, Mohegan Sun Arena," said Tony Orlando. "My relationship with Tom Cantone, the stage crews, and staff at Mohegan Sun Arena has been flawless. I also want to thank all my friends within the Mohegan Tribe for making me feel like family, and for the opportunity to say goodbye. Thank you for making my dreams come true," said Orlando.

The Resorts Casino Hotel Atlantic City (Tony Orlando) Show is already sold out.

The word legend is overused in American society, today.

But, not in the case of Tony Orlando.

NOTE: I spoke with Tony Orlando last week. Tony confirmed that while this will be the end of his concert performance career … he has no intention of slowing down.

Tony will be pursuing a number of industry related projects and he is looking forward to a very creative next stage of his professional career.

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Gallery Credit: Harry Hurley

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