Josh Groban, who was Tony-nominated for his Broadway debut in Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812, debuted his residency at Radio City Music Hall February 14. The series was intended to continue April 18, June 20, and September 26, but the April 18 performance has now been postponed until October 5.
“This is obviously not something we ever wanted or predicted, but given the strict enforcements necessary right now, I promise the longer break between Great Big shows will mean when we finally return, it will be bigger and better than before, and more of a celebration of our time together again,” Groban said in a statement. “I look forward to it!!”
Groban returned to the venue after co-hosting the 2018 Tony Awards with Sara Bareilles. In Josh Groban’s Great Big Radio City Show, he draws on his career and feature special segments, guest stars and performers, and a concert performance. No two shows will be the same.
Surprise guests for the February 14 show included author, TV host, radio host, and media personality Dr. Ruth; comedian and cabaret star Bridget Everett; musicians and members of the John Mayer Trio and John Mayer band, Steve Jordan, Pino Palladino, and Isaiah Sharkey; cellist and New York City subway busker Eyeglasses; and The Frank Sinatra School of the Arts Concert Choir.
Inside Josh Groban’s Great Big Radio City Show February 14
“I'm overwhelmed with the response,” said Groban in an earlier statement. “This residency is a wonderful opportunity to connect with audiences in a whole new way and I can't wait to hit the stage.”
One dollar from every ticket sold goes to Groban’s Find Your Light foundation, dedicated to ensuring that every child has the opportunity to experience a quality arts education. For more information, visit JoshGroban.com.