Join us for a special command performance by Ted Vigil. He looks and sounds so much like John Denver, it will amaze and delight you! Experience the songs you know and love like Sunshine On My Shoulders, Annie’s Song, Calypso, Thank God I’m a Country Boy and Rocky Mountain High.
You don’t want to miss this feel-good show!
What Ted’s Fans Say on TicketMaster
Brought Me to Tears!!!
Tioga Downs – Nichols, NY
“Being a longtime John Denver fan, I was completely blown away. From the moment he set foot on the stage, I was mesmerized by his voice and his incredible resemblance to the late and great John Denver. Ted Vigil’s voice, mannerisms and humor were so much like John’s that I had to keep reminding myself it was a ‘tribute show’….that wasn’t really Johnny up on that stage – Ted Vigil is THAT GOOD!!!”
Ted Vigil is John Denver Twin!
CityStage – Springfield, MA
“This was my first Ted Vigil Show. It was a wonderful concert! Ted has an amazing voice, stage presence and boundless energy which he shares with the audience! He has an uncanny resemblance to the great John Denver in his voice, looks, and mannerisms. He does justice to John’s songs as well as highlighting some of his own works. Wonderful show. Would highly recommend it and will be back for more!”
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