As All My Children gears up to bid buh bye to it's network home, Celebrity Events Group (CEG) today announced “A Tribute to Pine Valley,” (www.atributetopinevalley.com) a series of fan events dedicated to ABC’s long running soap opera All My Children.
As previously reported at Soapdom.com, the network finale of All My Children airs September 23rd, but for die hard fans, that won't be the end of being able to get up close and personal with their favorite stars...
"A Tribute to Pine Valley," promises to be a wildly entertaining event that features audience interaction, lively question and answers, behind the scene stories and secrets, trivia, photos and autograph signings. The event concludes with a highly emotional walk down memory lane, as fans relive moments of joy, sorrow, tragedy and triumph from the past 41 years of this beloved soap with their favorite actors.
Participating All My Children fan favorite cast members include: Michael E. Knight (Tad), Walt Willey (Jackson), Cameron Mathison (Ryan), Vincent Irizarry (David), Julia Barr (Brooke) and Jacob Young (JR). Tickets for exclusive events in New York City, New Brunswick, NJ and Long Island, NY go on-sale Friday, August 19th. For more information, register at www.atributetopinevalley.com.
“The fans of All My Children have such a special place in their hearts for these actors. They have become like members of their families," says Michael Gold, president of CEG. “This event will give fans a unique opportunity to get to know the actors and hear their stories."
Michael E. Knight says, “Our fans are the best in television and the outpouring of emotion touched the cast and crew. We look forward to thanking our fans for decades of support.”
"A Tribute to Pine Valley" will be presented at:
October 25 New York City, NY The Town Hall
October 26 New Brunswick, NJ State Theatre
October 27 Long Island, NY Theatre at Westbury
For more information, visit Soapdom's Seeing Stars Calendar, "A Tribute to Pine Valley."
Created by Agnes Nixon, All My Children premiered on January 5, 1970. Home of some of daytime's most shocking and ground-breaking storylines, All My Children’s signature brand of humor, satire and social consciousness affected Americans' lives while influencing national discourse about tough topics including AIDS, abortion, substance abuse, racial bias, war and organ donation.
Follow “A Tribute to Pine Valley” on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TributeToPineValley or Twitter: @PineValleyTrib.
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