A new season for the West Michigan Symphony opens later this September.

Broadway stars Jenn Gambatese and Michael Seelbach will join the West Michigan Symphony on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 21 and 22, at 7:30 p.m. to open the 2012-13 season with a tribute to the ’80s.

Gambatese and Seelbach will perform '80s favorites by Prince, Madonna, The Police, David Bowie, Billy Joel, Cyndi Lauper, George Michael and many more. Concerts will be held on both nights in the majestic Frauenthal Center for Performing Arts in downtown Muskegon.  Season and individual tickets for the eight-concert series, which concludes June 2013, are now on sale.

Season and individual tickets can be purchased by calling the West Michigan Symphony ticket office at 231.726.3231. Several subscriber plans are available including the full series, masterworks series only, pop series only or flexible ticketing that allows concertgoers to create their own experience.  For more information or to receive a 2012-13 season brochure, contact 231.726.3231 or info@westmichigansymphony.org.

Single tickets for this concert are $18, $23, $38 and $48 and may be purchased online at www.westmichigansymphony.org; in person at the West Michigan Symphony Ticket Office, Suite 409 (4th floor) in the Frauenthal Center for the Performing Arts, 425 W. Western Ave., Muskegon; or by calling 231.726.3231. Student tickets are $10 for this concert but are not available online.  College students must present a valid ID when they purchase tickets.