Frankie Valli is an American treasure. Seriously. Aside from possessing one of the most penetratingly beautiful falsettos in the history of pop music and having recorded some of the most iconic songs of the last great American century, the now 84-year- old Valli, who proudly reps Newark, makes it easier to forgive New Jersey for the likes of Snooki, or even Bon Jovi for that matter. The man who brought you “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Walk like a Man,” “Sherry,” and “Rag Doll” (just to name a few), and was recently immortalized in film with Clint Eastwood’s adaptation of Jersey Boys, is still at it after all these years. Don’t miss the chance to see how well the icon is holding up, as he brings the latest incarnation of his group The Four Seasons to town.