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Free Ticket Giveaway to See 'America's Got Talent' Star at the Wellmont, June 2

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MONTCLAIR, NJ - TAPinto Montclair is giving away two pairs of tickets to two lucky winners to see 'America's Got Talent' star, Sal Valentinetti, perform at the Wellmont on June 2 at 8p.m.

Valentinetti, an Italian-American crooner known best for his vocals, larger than life personality and his heart of gold. The live performance will take place at the Wellmont Theater, located at 5 Seymour St. Montclair, NJ.

Tag us on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram @MontclairTAP with the hashtag #freetix and you will be automatically entered into our contest where we will choose two lucky winners. The deadline to apply is Tuesday, May 16 at 5p.m.  

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In 2016, he took Season 11 of the NBC hit show “Americas Got Talent” by storm. Belting out the classic Frank Sinatra hit “My Way,” Sal not only received a standing ovation but got the coveted “Golden Buzzer” from judge Heide Klum. 

Although Sal did not win the overall competition, he rose to stardom and his professional music career was launched. His new live show, featuring his new band “The Black Tie Brass”, is now in great demand. Sal “The Voice” Valentinetti sold out three Christmas Shows at the now famous, Paramount Theatre in Huntington, New York.

Then his dream came true, an opportunity to perform in the round at one of Frank Sinatra’s favorite venues, The Theatre at Westbury- (Formerly The Westbury Music Fair). Sal loves to tell the story of how his father saved up just enough money to see Frank Sinatra on June 11, 1975 in Westbury.

The Valentinetti family returned to Westbury on March 3, and they watched with pride as Sal performed his 90-minute show to a sold out crowd of 3,000 people just like his idol, Frank Sinatra. 

Accoding to a release, in between shows on the road, Sal is in the studio working on his first EP which is scheduled to be out in Spring of 2017 and a Christmas Album due out September 2017.  

 

For more information, email nhackett@tapinto.net.

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