Sunday, February 14, 2016

Paul Simon returning to AyCee

Folk-rock deity Paul Simon is returning to Atlantic City for a Nov. 26 concert at Trump Taj Mahal.

Paul Simon returning to AyCee

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Paul Simon plays the Taj Mahal in Atlantic City Nov. 26 (photo by Mark Seliger)credit:

Folk-rock deity Paul Simon is returning to Atlantic City for a Nov. 26 concert at Trump Taj Mahal.

Tickets go on sale Monday at 10 a.m. for the Thanksgiving weekend set, the second by Simon and his crackerjack backing band this year in AyCee. He played Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa over the Memorial Day weekend, and is still  on tour flogging his most recent CD, "So Beautiful or So What."

Tickets for the Taj date are priced at $76 and $49., significantly less than the $175-$95 face value claimed by the Borgata ducats. To order, call 800-736-1420, or go to 

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