Shake, Rattle, and Roll Pianos
Duelling Pianos is a concert, comedy show, and cabaret all rolled into one!
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New York’s favourite duelling piano shows!
Dueling Pianos is an all-request, rock-and-roll party where YOU pick the playlist! Two top piano entertainers, mixing music, comedy, and audience interaction in a sing-along, laugh-along, dance-along show! Nothing is off-limits from pop, rock, country, hip-hop, hairbands, disco, punk rock, standards, and show tunes – if you can hum it, Dueling Pianos can play it!
Our guide to Shake, Rattle, and Roll Pianos
Brought to you by Shake, Rattle & Roll Pianos, Dueling Pianos is performed live every Saturday night at The Cutting Room in Times Square.
Now in it’s LUCKY 13th SOLD OUT year, the all-request NYC Dueling Pianos party puts YOU at the center of the action! Fun for couples, singles and groups – it’s a truly unique New York City experience. Bring family and friends, or round up your stag and hen-dos and enjoy NYC’s longest-running Dueling Pianos show in NYC history with Shake Rattle & Roll Dueling Pianos! And unlike other NYC live music venues, every ticket holder gets a seat at a table!
Get the party started by heading into the Cutting Room, picking up your ticket, and finding your assigned table. Order some delicious food or drinks - at your own expense - to make the most of your experience. Be ready to sing, dance, laugh, drink, and party the night away.
Start Times: 10:00 PM
Duration: Around 3 hours
*Guests need to be 16 years and above due to adult language being used. You will need I.D. (Passport or Drivers' Licence) to be served alcohol - the age in NYC in 21 years and above.
Terms and conditions
Terms and conditions for Shake, Rattle, and Roll Pianos
- *Guests need to be 16 years and above due to adult language being used. You will need I.D. (Passport or Drivers' Licence) to be served alcohol - the age in NYC in 21 years and above.
- There is a two item purchase policy for all guests - FOOD or drinks.
- *CANCELLATION POLICY: Tickets are Non refundable once booked
Frequently Asked Questions for Shake, Rattle, and Roll Pianos
What is Shake, Rattle, and Roll Pianos, and what can I expect from this experience?
Shake, Rattle, and Roll Pianos is an exciting and interactive entertainment experience featuring talented piano players. Expect a high-energy show with dueling pianos, audience participation, and a wide range of musical genres to keep you dancing and singing along.
How does a Dueling pianos show work?
It's an all-request show, where the audience writes down their favorite songs, wraps it with some love, and brings them to the performers, who play them all in a non-stop show that mixes music, comedy, and interaction! There’s no script, no set list and no road map…so hang on!
Do I have to sing at a Dueling pianos show?
You never have to do anything, but you’ll find it hard not to sing along to the soundtrack of your favorite songs! I mean…you can try not singing…but we wouldn’t advise it.
Do you have a list of songs that I have to pick from?
Our list is as vast as your imagination – thousands of songs from every genre – just ask! It doesn’t have to have a piano in it to be a dueling pianos song!
Is Shake, Rattle, and Roll Pianos suitable for all ages?
Yes, Shake, Rattle, and Roll Pianos is a family-friendly show that can be enjoyed by all age groups. It's a fantastic option for a night out with friends, a date night, or a fun outing with the family.
Do I need to make a reservation in advance, or can I purchase tickets at the door?
While tickets are often available at the door, we recommend making a reservation in advance to guarantee your entry, especially during peak times or for larger groups.
Clothing & Accessories
Is there a dress code for attending Shake, Rattle, and Roll Pianos?
There is usually no strict dress code for attending Shake, Rattle, and Roll Pianos shows. Most guests opt for casual or smart-casual attire, but feel free to dress comfortably.