The Hit Men will be performing Saturday, Oct. 17 in the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center for all the old souls out there who believe they were born in the wrong decade.
“They are a group made up of former members of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons,” Cal Poly Arts Director Steve Lerian said.
The Hit Men also played with big names such as Elton John, Cat Stevens and a number of other stars from the ’70s and ’80s, Lerian said.
The genre of music mainly targets those of the Baby Boomer generation, but Lerian said the group is lively and fun and students would enjoy it.
The Hit Men are expected to bring an oldies music vibe to the PAC, which Lerian described as “a nostalgic, retro sound.”
According to a press release from Cal Poly Arts, along with its music, the group will share some of its backstories about what it was like to be on the road with so many musical legends.
The show begins at 8 p.m. with rush tickets available for students at the door for $10. Advance student and adult tickets can be purchased online at pacslo.org/calendar.