On Friday, March 15, 2024, Tony Orlando became the only person in Resorts Casino Hotel Atlantic City “Walk of Fame” history to place his hand prints in wet concrete twice.

For many years, Orlando’s tribute marker has been displayed just a few feet from the entrance to the iconic Super Star Theater.

Frank Sinatra, Liberace, Cher, Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross, Tom Jones, The Beach Boys, Kenny Rogers, Martin Short, Steve Lawrence, and so many of the all time greats are displayed on the dining level and boardwalk levels at Resorts Casino Hotel Atlantic City.

The next seven days will be very memorable for Tony Orlando and his many fans.

On Saturday, March 16, 2024, Tony Orlando will stage his final live performance of his more than 60-year career at Resorts Casino Hotel in the Super Star Theater.

On Friday, March 22, 2024 at Mohegan Sun in Connecticut, it will be the final live performance in the Mohegan Sun Arena.

It’s important to note that Tony Orlando is retiring from live performances … however, Tony Orlando has a definite “Second Act” planned.

I spoke with Tony Orlando in advance of his Atlantic City and Connecticut live performances.

Tony talked about his upcoming plans to write and other entertainment projects.

Additionally, Tony Orlando will continue to host “Saturday Nights with Tony Orlando” on New York City’s WABC radio station from 10:00 p.m. to 12:00 midnight.

Here is a look at Tony Orlando’s original handprint and autograph display at Resorts Casino Hotel Atlantic City.

Harry Hurley photo.
Harry Hurley photo.

Yesterday, Tony Orlando recreated the moment with Mark Giannantonio, President & Chief Executive Officer of Resorts Casino Hotel Atlantic City.

Here are some memorable photos from this special event:

Resorts Casino Hotel Atlantic City photos.
Resorts Casino Hotel Atlantic City photos.

It will be history in the making at Resorts Casino Hotel Atlantic City tonight and Mohegan Sun this upcoming Friday, March 22, 2024.

SOURCES: Tom Cantone & Mark Giannantonio.

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Gallery Credit: Harry Hurley

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