Josh Groban returns to the concert stage for celebration of The Broad Stage 10th Season

The Eli and Edythe Broad Stage in Santa Monica, California presents the multiplatinum singer and songwriter Josh Groban, at The Broad Stage’s intimate 499-seat venue. The concert will be headlining The Broad Stage’s 10th Season Gala on Thursday, September 14 at 7:30pm.

Groban, fresh from his Tony nominated Broadway debut in Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812, is an internationally renowned singer, songwriter, and actor whose baritone voice is instantly recognizable and unparalleled among his peers. He has entertained fans across the globe with his multiplatinum albums and DVDs (selling more than 30 million worldwide), electrifying live performances, and comedic film and television appearances.

Josh Groban
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Groban also contributed “Evermore” a new song for Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (2017), released on the original motion picture soundtrack. Recently, Groban released his seventh studio album, Stages — a collection of some of the greatest musical theater songs of all time, which Groban describes as “gorgeously arranged songs that have stood the test of time.”

Funds raised from this 10th Season Gala help sustain The Broad Stage programming, arts education and community programs. An audience of nearly 65,000 enjoys the diverse mix of artists presented every season. The Broad Stage’s Education and Community Programs offer opportunities for cultural exposure through various student events, currently reaching more than 20,000 children, parents, educators and community members every year.

“We are fortunate that one of the great superstars of our time has graciously agreed to support The Broad Stage by returning in concert for the first time in over a year,” said Jane Deknatel, Director of The Broad Stage. “Since its inception, The Broad Stage has presented a vast array of artists in genres across the performing arts spectrum and our dedication to creating an inclusive space has never been greater.”