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As an actress, comedienne, and performing artist, Bette Midler has thrilled millions worldwide! With hit songs like “From a Distance,” “In the Mood,” and “Wind Beneath My Wings” Bette Midler captivates! Don’t miss your chance to see Bette Midler LIVE! Buy your Bette Midler tickets now!
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Bette Showgirl
By Lukas from Las Vegas, NV on 7/24/2009
Pros:
Engaging Stage Presence, Great Lighting, Great Sound
Cons:
Poor Set List
Best For:
Everyone

It's a humor show....poor music set list.

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Bette Midler Tickets

Bette Midler is a multi-talented entertainment legend. She is an actress, writer, comedienne and three time Grammy Award winning singer. Beginning her career on Broadway, Midler has since released more than a dozen music albums, toured extensively to perform comedy and starred in a slew of films and television shows. With timeless hits such as “Wind Beneath My Wings” and “The Rose,” The Divine Miss M continues to wow audiences with her fantastic singing and tremendous showmanship. Buy your Bette Midler tickets now to enjoy this legendary comedienne live!

Beginnings
Bette Midler was born and raised in Hawaii, and while she was a shy child she found a passion for the performing arts. She majored in drama at the University of Hawaii and found work as an extra in the 1966 film Hawaii, playing a seasick passenger. The money she earned from this uncredited gig was enough for her to move to New York and pursue her dreams of being a stage actress. From 1966 to 1969, Midler joined the cast of a Broadway production of Fiddler on the Roof. She began working on weekends as a singer and comedienne at the Continental Baths in the Ansonia Hotel. During this time she performed with pianist Barry Manilow, who was unknown at the time.

The baths are where Midler established the stage name The Divine Miss M, and garnered a fan base with her raunchy comedy routines and powerful singing voice. By the early 1970s, Midler had attracted enough attention to sign a deal with Atlantic Records. Her debut album, titled The Divine Miss M, won her a Grammy Award in 1973 for best new artist. The next year she won a special Tony Award and in 1977 her television special, “Ol’ Red Hair is Back,” won an Emmy.

Later career
Midler’s acting in the 1979 film “The Rose” garnered her an Academy Award nomination for best actress. The film won two Golden Globes and Midler’s title song won her another Grammy for best female pop vocal performance. While her next film “Jinxed” did not do particularly well critically or commercially, she starred in several notable films throughout the rest of the decade, including “Beaches.” Midler contributed the ballad “Wind Beneath My Wings” to the film’s soundtrack and won her third Grammy Award.

In the 1990s, Midler appeared on popular television shows such as “The Simpsons” and “Seinfeld” while continuing act in films and release albums as a singer. She was again nominated for an Academy Award for her work in the 1991 movie “For the Boys,” and starred in the Halloween classic “Hocus Pocus” in 1993.

Midler starred in a television show titled “Bette” in the year 2000, but it only lasted one season. After releasing a successful holiday album, Cool Yule, in 2006, Midler signed a deal to become an artist in residence at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Her performance, “Bette Midler: The Showgirl Must Go On” commenced in early 2008. In 2013, Midler returned to Broadway in a one woman show titled “I’ll Eat You First.”