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Golden Sounds of The Platters
Thursday, January 28, 2016 @ 8pm
Ticket Price: $44
The iconic harmonies of the Platters define the 50’s Doo Wop sound. Come enjoy classics such as Twilight Time, The Great Pretender, Smoke Gets in Your Eyes, Only You, and My Prayer. Straight from a starring run in Branson, MO, this group will perform all of your favorites.
An Evening with Graham Nash: This Path Tonight Tour
Thursday, February 11, 2016 @ 8pm
Ticket prices: $89/$69/$49
tiered pricing based on seat location
This Grammy award winner was not once, but twice inducted into the Rock N’ Roll Hall of Fame –Crosby, Stills, & Nash and The Hollies. Also a two-time Songwriter Hall of Fame inductee, Graham is still writing and just released a new studio album This Path Tonight.
The Machine performs Pink Floyd
Friday, February 19, 2016 @ 8pm
Ticket prices: $39/$29/$19
tiered pricing based on seat location
America’s top Pink Floyd tribute band, The Machine, has been bringing the Pink Floyd experience – including a laser light show – to life for over 25 years. Featuring music from all 16 of Pink Floyd’s albums, the band has traveled the world performing at everything from Germany’s Rock of Ages to Bonnaroo.
Jo Dee Messina
Monday, April 18, 2016 @ 8pm
Ticket prices: $54/$44/$34
tiered pricing based on seat location
Busting out of the gate in 1996 with “Heads Carolina, Tails California,” Jo Dee sizzled with 16 Top 40 Country single and 5 billion albums sold worldwide. Her latest album, ME, came about thanks to the most successful Kickstarter campaign to come out of Nashville – all driven by her amazing fans!
Rap Icon Flavor Flav featuring DJ Sizzle
Friday, April 22, 2016 @ 8pm
Ticket prices: $34
Who is Flavor Flav? Rap pioneer? Public Enemy hype man? Reality Star with his “Flavor of Love” show? Culinary grad and restaurateur? Musical virtuoso who plays 11 instruments? College grad? Maybe he is all the above. Flavor Flav will be joined onstage by DJ Sizzle, who is best known for his work alongside Flo Rida. Don’t be late for these in-your-face artists with over 30 years in the business.
The Kingston Trio
Sunday, April 24, 2016 @ 7pm
Ticket prices: $29
The Kingston Trio optimizes the folk tradition of honest harmony. They had unprecedented album sales in the 50s and 60s thanks to hits like their version of Tom Dooley.
Wednesday, May 4, 2016 @ 8pm
Ticket prices: $44/$34/$24
tiered pricing based on seat location
If you love the Allman Brothers, Delbert McClinton, Little Feat, Lynard Skynard, Zac Brown Band, or Old Crow Medicine Show you will love this hybrid band mixing bluegrass, rock, country, and Cajun zydeco. This self-dubbed “Polyethnic Cajun Slamgrass” band has become a jam band favorite.
Kashmir: A Led Zeppelin Tribute
Friday, May 6, 2016 @ 8pm
Ticket prices: $35
Kashmir is the ultimate Led Zeppelin tribute band playing all of your favorites: Stairway to Heaven, Black Dog, Whole Lotta Love, and maybe even Kashmir.
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8/27 Thu A Thousand Horses 8pm $20 $25 (Day of Show)
When Rolling Stone Country hailed A Thousand Horses as the best up-and-comer at the Austin City Limits Music Festival, it was the latest in a whole series of accolades including their number 1single SMOKE, that got the band even more fired up. Featuring Newberry’s own Michael Hobby (Lead Vocals) and Bill Satcher (Lead Guitar) A Thousand Horses is a fresh fusion of classic sounds – a hybrid of Lynyrd Skynyrd, the Allman Brothers, Black Crowes and Exile on Main Street-era Rolling Stones, wrapped up in a modern-country context. The band’s album, Southernality, is as wild and free and powerful as the name A Thousand Horses implies. This is the result of years of a road-doggin’ pursuit, determination, and an against-the-odds struggle that found its rewards by bringing great music to the people.
9/2 Wed Senator Tim Scott Town Hall Meeting 1pm Free
US Senator Tim Scott is hosting former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum for a town hall meeting. This is a ticketed event.
9/11 Fri The Boxmasters 8pm $60 $55 group
Billy Bob “Bud” Thornton, Teddy Andreadis, J.D. Andrew, and Brad Davis make up “The Boxmasters”; an American roots-rock band of seasoned musicians whose sound is rich in rhythm and story. Formed in 2007, the band released the self-titled debut record “The Boxmasters” to critical acclaim. This two-CD set was comprised of original songs – including the Americana Radio hit “The Poor House” – and eclectic covers of tunes by The Beatles, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Mott The Hoople and Mel Tillis.
9/13 Sun John Wagner and Friends 3pm FREE
Newberry clarinetist John Wagner and Friends will be performing Weber and some of the great piano/clarinet literature, followed by jazz! Sponsored by Pope Brown Foundation
9/18 Fri Kansas 8pm $79 $75 group
KANSAS has spent more than four decades as a part of the soundtrack of the lives of multiple generations of music lovers. The band has produced eight gold albums, three sextuple-Platinum albums (Leftoverture, Point of Know Return, Best of KANSAS), one platinum live album (Two for the Show), and a million-selling gold single, “Dust in the Wind.” KANSAS appeared on the Billboard charts for over 200 weeks throughout the ‘70s and ‘80s and played to sold-out arenas and stadiums throughout North America, Europe and Japan. “Carry on Wayward Son” was the #2 most played track on classic rock radio in 1995 and went to #1 in 1997. Sponsored by Carolina Comfort
9/20 Sun Doug and Bunny Williams 3pm $20 $15 group
Doug and Bunny have been producing musical variety shows at the Opera House since its beginning season in 1998. They showcase local professional musicians in a wide variety of genres. Very entertaining and a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon. Steven W’s will be open for dining afterwards.
9/26 Sat Legendary Tributes 8pm $30 $40 VIP (first 5 rows)
Rick Wade and Terry Turner, both award winning entertainers, will pay tribute to four astounding music legends!!!! One night only!!! Conway Twitty, Tom Jones, Jerry Lee Lewis and The King of Rock and Roll Elvis Presley! This highly anticipated performance will be backed by one of the best bands in the industry! Go back in time with us for a fun and entertaining evening!
9/27 Sun Charlie Thomas’ Drifters 7pm $30 $25group
Charlie Thomas’ Drifters are true music legends, with hits that include “Under the Boardwalk,” “Save the Last Dance for Me,” “Up on the Roof,” “This Magic Moment,” “There Goes my Baby,” and more. Charlie was lead singer on two of the group’s top 40 hits, “Sweets For My Sweet” and “When My Little Girl Is Smiling”, was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and was given a Pioneer Award by the Rhythm and Blues Foundation. Nature Blu, Charlie’s daughter will open the show. Sponsored by BB&T
10/1 Thu Lisa Loeb 8pm $37.50 $30 group
A singer-songwriter and actress Lisa Loeb launched her career in 1994 with the song “Stay (I Missed You).” which was included in the film Reality Bites. She was the first artist to have a number one single in the United States while not signed to a recording contract. Her five studio CDs include her major label debut, the gold-selling Tails and its follow-up, the Grammy-nominated, gold-selling Firecracker.
10/2 Fri Ambrosia and Orleans 8pm $49 $40 group
A 70’s mega-band, Ambrosia, with a new invigorating style of music, has collaborated with such cultural icons as Leonard Bernstein, Kurt Vonnegut Jr. and Alan Parsons. Their hits include “Biggest Part of Me,” “You’re the Only Woman,” “How Much I Feel,” Heavy FM Airplay and the admiration and respect of the musical community. The band Orleans joins this amazing evening singing their hits including such bona-fide classics such as “Still the One”, “Dance With Me” and “Love Takes Time.” Orleans is now celebrating their 40th year of creating musical history together!
10/3 Sat Oktoberfest – Downtown Newberry
10/4 Sun Abbey Simon 3pm $25 $20group Students ½ $
Legendary Pianist Abbey Simon – the “a pianist’s pianist,” Hypnotic, poetic, resplendent, phenomenal…These are typical of the musical headlines which have followed Abbey Simon on his concert tours throughout all six continents. “Abbey Simon is surely one of the greatest pianists of our time, (and has been for nearly a century) a pianist who is absolutely truthful in everything he plays.” Haagshe Courant (The Hague) Sponsored by Pope Brown Foundation
10/8 Thu An Evening with Guy Penrod – Gospel 7pm $28 $42 (VIP first 10 rows)
GRAMMY® and GMA DOVE Award-winning recording artist Guy Penrod spent 14 years as the lead singer of the Gaither Vocal Band where his vocal range and commitment inspired audiences. His successful solo career has included the top-selling southern gospel album of 2012 and a job hosting DayStar Television’s Emmy Award-winning “Gospel Music Showcase.” His latest album Worship features his unmistakable, rasp-tinged vocals bringing to life new renditions of both classic and contemporary songs like “Shout to the Lord,” “Revelation Song,” “Victory in Jesus,” “You Never Let Go,” “10,000 Reasons” and more.
10/11 Sun Steve Tyrell 7pm $45 $40 group
“Steve Tyrell — an artist, songwriter, producer, music supervisor, and performer — his singing in a Texas drawl with a heavy New Orleans
influence, suggests a modern all-American dad holding a mint julep. His performance smolders.” — New York Times. Hits Include: “The Way You Look Tonight,” ( for Father of the Bride)“The Simple Life,” “Crush on You,” and “The Sunny Side of the Street.” Tyrell has produced hits for Grammy-winning artists such as Aaron Neville, Rod Stewart, and Diana Ross. Steve tours mainly with his band but also plays with the most renowned orchestras, ie The Boston Pops, The New York Pops, The Nashville Symphony, and The Houston Symphony and with on multitude of Disney films.
10/13 Tue Rusted Root and the Dirty Dozen 8pm $42 $35 group
Rusted Root is known for their unique fusion of acoustic, rock, world and other styles of music, with a strong percussion section that draws from African, Latin American, and Native American influences. Their lyrical content varies but often talks about Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. Rusted Root has sold more than three million albums worldwide. The band achieved fame with its platinum-selling album When I Woke, which included hit single “Send Me On My Way.” The song has been featured prominently in many films and commercials. The Dirty Dozen Brass Band is a world famous music machine whose name is synonymous with genre-bending romps and high-octane performances. They have revitalized the brass band in New Orleans. The Dirty Dozen have been featured guests on albums by artists including David Bowie, Elvis Costello, Dr. John, Widespread Panic, Modest Mouse, Dave Matthews Band and the Black Crowes.
10/14 Wed Ghost Hunters LIVE – Jason Hawes & Steve Gonsalves 8pm $55 $50 group
Jason and Steve bring the world of the Paranormal and the wildly popular show Ghost Hunters to you in this interactive stage presentation. Jason and Steve share some of their favorite evidence they have caught throughout the years, some of which has never been seen before and see behind the scenes footage never before seen. They recount their exploits from around the world, fun and scary , from the road,and from their investigation before Ghost Hunters and during Ghost Hunters. Don’t miss this opportunity to ask the Ghost Hunters any question you would like as they close each show with a Q&A session. You’ll laugh, you will be scared and you most certainly will have a great time! Meet & Greet the Artists before the show –additional $50.
10/16 Fri Vienna Boys Choir 8pm $40 $30 group
They’re the original boy band. Formed more than 500 years ago, the Vienna Boys Choir continues to delight fans all over the world with their purity of tone, distinctive charm and a crowd-pleasing repertoire that includes everything from Austrian waltzes to classical masterpieces to contemporary pop songs. Sponsored by Simplified Office Systems
10/18 Sun Don Williams 7pm $69 $65 group
They came to call Don Williams “the Gentle Giant” in the decades he was a dominating country hit maker because of his unique blend of commanding presence and that laid-back, easy style that has appealed to adult men and women alike—cutting across national and genre boundaries. Between 1974 and 1991, Don had at least one major hit every year, including such country standards as “Good Ole Boys Like Me,” “Till the Rivers All Run Dry,” “It Must Be Love,” “I’m Just a Country Boy,” “Amanda and I Believe in You.” He also had a hit duet with Emmylou Harris on Townes Van Zandt’s “If I Needed You.”
10/19 Mon No Fear For Freedom – The Friendship Nine 8pm $5 $3 group Students ½ price
Come and witness a part of history that helped change the direction of the Civil Rights Movement. The original musical, No Fear for Freedom, retells the 1961 story of nine brave young men who stood up for justice and equality in Rock Hill, SC. Their premise of Jail, No Bail helped shift the Civil Rights Movement into a new direction and challenged a community to rise up and answer the call for equality and human justice. Don’t miss this powerful performance full of original songs and messages that prove, nonviolence can create change! The Universe is on the side of justice. Sponsored by the Dufford Institute for Cultural Diversity and Newberry College.
10/22 Thu Josh Turner 8pm $115 $97 group
SC born and bred and one of country music’s most recognizable hit-makers earning numerous CMA, ACM and GRAMMY nominations since the release of his debut album, Long Black Train, Josh Turner has sold more than five million albums and garnered four No. 1 hits (including three multi-week chart-toppers): “Your Man,” “Would You Go With Me,” and “Why Don’t We Just Dance” (a four-week No. 1 that was named the
most-played song of the year in 2010 by MediaBase). His song, “All Over Me,” from Haywire also reached the top spot on the charts, making him one of only seven country artists to have two No. 1 hits in 2010. Turner is one of the youngest members of the Grand Ole Opry, inducted in 2007.
10/30 Fri Krasnoyarsk National Dance Company of Siberia 8pm $35 $25group Students ½ price
“Words fail to express the deep impression created by the beautiful figures, swift movements and virtuoso performance including the smooth, gliding dances of the girls, the remarkable jumps and pirouettes of the men dancers” – NY Times. From the foot hills of the Sayan Mountains, to the icy Kara Sea, proudly rolls the waters of the mighty and majestic Yenisey River. On its banks live many peoples of Siberia, which have their own culture, literature and art. This vast and beautiful land has become a source of inspiration for the Krasnoyarsk Dance Company of Siberia, which by choreographic means reveals the spiritual wealth of the Siberians, glorifying their labor feats and telling of the wonderful nature of the land. Sponsored by the Dufford Institute for Cultural Diversity
11/1 Sun Oyster Roast – Sponsored by the NOH Guild Featuring Bowen’s Island Oysters 5pm $40
Sumptuous Bowen’s Island oysters, great beverages, food and terrific fellowship at Dave Waldrop’s farm.
11/5 Thu David Cullen – Newberry College Gerding Author Series 7pm FREE
Dave Cullen wrote the New York Times bestseller “Columbine”, and is writing a book about two gay army couples. He contributes to New York Times, BuzzFeed, NewRepublic.com, Guardian, Times of London, Newsweek, Washington Post, Slate, Salon, and Daily Beast.
11/6 Fri Balsam Range – Bluegrass 8pm $30 $25 group
Carolina bred Balsam Range are the 2014 IBMA “Entertainer of the Year” recipients as well as the 2014 IBMA “Vocal Group of the Year” winners, Balsam Range consists of five members: on fiddle and lead tenor, Buddy Melton; on mandolin and vocals, Darren Nicholson; on stand up bass, dobro and vocals, Tim Surrett; on guitar and vocals, Caleb Smith; and on banjo, Dr. Marc Pruett. Sponsored by BlueCross/BlueShield
11/7 Sat The Vogues – Surf Rock Legends 8pm $35 $30 group
One of the top vocal groups on the oldies scene! Known for their stylish, poised performances and fresh harmonies, unmistakably Vogue!
Their hits include “Turn Around, Look at Me”, Five O’Clock World”, You’re the One,” My Special Angel,” and Earth Angel to name just a few! Sponsored by BB&T
11/8 Sun Sirena Huang – Violinist 3pm $30 $20 Students ½$
Violinist Sirena Huang is the first prize gold medalist of the International Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians held in Korea in 2009, and she has been winning the major international competition since then.. She was named the first artist-in-residence of the Hartford Symphony Orchestra for 2011-14. Ms. Huang made her orchestra solo debut with the National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra at age nine. Since then, she has performed in thirteen countries across three continents and has been featured as soloist with more than forty orchestras.
Sponsored by Pope Brown Foundation
11/10 Tue Hamlet by William Shakespeare– Warehouse Theatre 8pm $25 $19 group
Prince Hamlet is depressed. Having been summoned home to Denmark from school in Germany to attend his father’s funeral, he is shocked to find his mother, Gertrude, already remarried. The Queen has wed Hamlet’s Uncle Claudius, the dead king’s brother., presented by Greenville’s premiere professional theater.. Sponsored by The Dufford Institute for Cultural Diversity
11/11 Wed Vets with a Mission – Movie 8pm Free?
11/13 Fri Flashdance 3&8pm $45 $35 group
With electrifying dance at its core, FLASHDANCE-THE MUSICAL tells the inspiring and unforgettable story of Alex Owens, a Pittsburgh steel mill welder by day and a bar dancer by night with dreams of one day becoming a professional performer. When romance with her steel mill boss threatens to complicate her ambitions, Alex learns the meaning of love and its power to fuel the pursuit of her dream. FLASHDANCE-THE MUSICAL features a score that includes the biggest hit songs from the movie, including the Academy Award-winning title song
“Flashdance – What a Feeling,” “Maniac,” “Gloria,” “Manhunt,” and “I Love Rock & Roll.”
11/15 Sun The Four Freshmen 3pm $35 $28 group
Four-part harmony, a twist of elegance, with a splash of swing, and a whole lot of fun! A vocal harmony like no other. Now in their 63rd year of performance, The Four Freshmen continue to bring their unique brand of vocal harmony to audiences worldwide. The legendary sound that began in 1948 with Bob, Don, Ross and Hal continues –with style.
11/18 Wed Steve Watson – Newberry College 8pm $20 $15 group
11/20 Fri Main Street Lights – Downtown Newberry 6pm
Main Street Lights is the official Community Christmas Tree and Downtown Decoration Lighting Ceremony and Celebration complete with faux snow display, Christmas shopping, and community caroling.
11/20 Fri Carl Palmer’s Emerson Lake & Palmer Legacy 8pm $35 $30 group
Carl Palmer is an English drummer and percussionist, with Emerson Lake and Palmer. He is credited as one of the most respected rock drummers to emerge from the 1960s. In addition, Palmer is a veteran of a number of famous English bands, including The Crazy World of Arthur Brown, Atomic Rooster, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, and Asia.
11/21 Sat Gene Watson 8pm $50 $42 group
This year marks the Golden Anniversary of one of our greatest living country vocalists, Gene Watson. His ageless voice sounds exactly as it did when he first recorded these songs in the 1970s and 1980s including “Fourteen Carat Mind,” “Love in the Hot Afternoon,” “Farewell Party,” “Memories to Burn,” “Got No Reason Now for Going Home,” “Speak Softly,” “Paper Rosie” and “Sometimes I Get Lucky and Forget.” He is a Singer’s Singer.
12/1 Tue Ozark Jubilee 3&7pm $26 $22.50 group
The Ozark Jubilee features Branson’s funniest comedian and world class fiddler—Doofus Doolittle. Doofus will have you rolling in the aisles with his unique style of “Hillbilly Humor”. You can expect some of the best fiddle music anywhere! Doofus, alias Randy Newman, has established himself as a World Class Violinist. The Ozark Jubilee Band consists of some of the best musicians and singers in the business today.
12/3 Thu Jingle All the Way, Carolina FreeStyle 7pm $14 $11 group
The former Mrs. USA, Tammy Johns, and her award winning Carolina FreeStyle dance team present a great evening of dance and celebration. Regular performers at the SC State Fair, Country Tonite Theater in Gatlinburg, Broadway at the Beach in Myrtle Beach, Walt Disney World in Florida, and New York City where they have performed on the National NBC television program, the Today Show.
12/4 Fri Palmetto Mastersingers 8pm $25 $20 group
Located in Columbia, South Carolina, the Palmetto Mastersingers’ roster includes over 60 men, ranging in age from 22 to 82. Formed in 1981 by the late Dr. Arpad Darazs to promote the male chorus repertoire beyond the college walls, the chorus is all-volunteer,. They have performed at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, The White House, Carnegie Hall, the National Cathedral in Washington, St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican – to name a modest few. Truly – South Carolina’s Musical Ambassadors.
12/5 Sat The Raleigh Ringers 8pm $30 $20 group
The Raleigh Ringers is an internationally acclaimed handbell choir based in Raleigh. Since its founding in 1990, they have been dazzling concert audiences with unique interpretations of sacred, secular and popular music, including famous rock ‘n’ roll tunes arranged just for handbells. This amazing musical organization will astonish anyone who has heard only traditional handbell choirs.
12/6 Sun The Charlie Daniels Band 7pm $99 $90 group
The Devil may go to Georgia, but Charlie Daniels and his band will be rockin’ the Newbery Opera House this Christmas. “I can’t imagine life without music,” … “But music isn’t enough. You have to entertain people; you need to keep them interested and have a good time doing it.”- This very special show will sell out fast!
12/8 Tue Three Irish Tenors – Christmas from Dublin 3&8pm $40 $35 group
The holidays are officially kicked off when The Three Irish Tenors present “Christmas from Dublin.” The popular trio’s performance will feature holiday favorites such as “The Little Drummer Boy,” “Adeste Fideles,” “Silent Night,” “Saviour’s Day” and “O Holy Night,” as well as “Danny Boy.” Now on its sixth American tour, the group prides itself on singing songs and arias that appeal to all generations and cross both cultural and national boundaries. Their journey is proving to be not only a great success, but also a great joy as these three golden-voiced tenors continue to captivate audiences with their infectious Irish charm.
12/9 Wed The Embers 8pm $30 $25 group
The Embers, made up of Bobby Tomlinson, Craig Woolard, Andy Swindell, Stephen Pachuta, Jeff Grimes, Hugh “Tuff” Blanton and Bobby Nantz, began touring in 1958 and “have laid the groundwork for what has become known as ‘beach music’ in the Carolinas, Virginias, the gulf coast region of North America and every beach in between.” The Embers have played for presidents and princes, students and bankers, at the beach and in the city, on record and in concert. They’ve been inducted into the South Carolina Rhythm & Blues Hall of Fame and were named North Carolina’s Official Musical Ambassadors. They’ve opened for the Rolling Stones, done commercials for Budweiser, played the Olympics and President Clinton’s inauguration, and created the soundtrack for endless summers. Sponsored by BB&T
12/12 Sat Harley Toy Run
12/12 Sat 208th Army Band-Concord NC 8pm Free
Over the past few years, this big band has performed at a variety of venues including the Spoleto Festival in Charleston, Ft. Jackson, Walt Disney World, the Wright Brothers Memorial in Kitty Hawk, and Lowe’s Motor Speedway. The primary mission of the band is to promote the espirit de corps for our fighting forces and to serve as a goodwill ambassador throughout North and South Carolina while always presenting a fantastic show.
12/13 Sun Christmas with The Lettermen 3&8pm $40 $35group
Tony Butala began singing professionally at age seven in Sharon, Pennsylvania, and by the age of eight was singing on KDKA Radio in Pittsburgh, PA. By 1960, The Lettermen – now Butala, Donovan Tea, and Bobby Poynton – were signed to Warner Brothers Records and released their first singles: “Their Hearts Were Full of Spring,” “When,” “The Magic Sound,” and “Two Hearts.” The vision of The Lettermen was of three strong soloists who also had the ability to perform and entertain an audience, also having the discipline needed to be group singers. The sound they came up with was one between the big band vocal groups such as the Modernaires, Pied Pipers, Mills Brothers, Four Freshmen and the early R&B rock groups such as the Ink Spots, Flamingos and the Platters.
12/14 Mon Mid Carolina Band Christmas Concert 8pm
12/17 Thu A Christmas Carol 3&8pm $45 $30 group Students ½ price
With all the warmth and comfort of a cup of Christmas cheer, “A Christmas Carol” is packed with laughter, pageantry and gorgeous costumes. Every memorable detail of Dickens’ 1843 same-titled novel springs to life—from spine-chilling ghosts to heartfelt renditions of traditional British carols, including “God Rest Ye’ Merry Gentlemen,” “Wassail, Wassail” and “Good King Wenceslas.” Crotchety Scrooge, lovable Tiny Tim and all the fascinating characters we have come to love make Charles Dickens’ enchanting story a treasured holiday event.
12/19 Sat Ronnie McDowell and Friends Classic Country Christmas 7pm $25 $20 group
These artists take Christmas to a new level this year with six decades of hits and over 15,000,000 in record sales! Ronnie’s hits include the stirring “The King Is Gone,” “Older Women,” “Watching Girls Go By,” “Your Gonna Ruin My Bad Reputation” and a bucket full of other top songs, Billy Joe Royal’s “Down In The Boondocks,” “Cherry Hill Park” started his career in the 60’s and his country hits have spanned the last five decades. Ken Mellons is as country as country can get with barn burner hits like “Jukebox Jukie” and “Rubba Dubbin.” Deborah Allen’s monster hit “Baby, I Lied” started an amazing career that also included “Rockin’ Little Christmas.” Amber Hayes is a new country artists with 4 top 40 hits including “C’mon” and “Running Out of Memories.” A night to remember!
12/31 Wed New Year’s Eve Celebration – Masquerade Ball 8pm $65 $50 group
This year bring your masque and dress to impress. An Opera House, Join the Dick Goodwin Big Band and a host of guest performers to welcome the New Year with music and dancing, scrumptious hors d’oeuvres and desserts, wine and champagne, and fireworks at midnight. Start the New Year off with a bang and a little mystery. Reserve your hotel and dinner packages early! Sponsored by Ben Arnold
1/3 Sun Dailey and Vincent 7pm $40 $35group
Dailey & Vincent is one of the top Bluegrass bands in America. Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent quickly established themselves with fantastically powerful vocal blends, 4 award-winning studio albums, and heavy touring schedules has gained them well-deserved attention from bluegrass, country, and gospel critics and fans alike. Dailey & Vincent has been recognized as 3-time IBMA Entertainer of The Year, 3-time IBMA Vocal Group of the Year, 2-time Grammy nominee, and Dove Award winners. Equally at home with material from any genre, they continue to expand on the possibilities of what kinds of music can become “Dailey & Vincent” music. Sponsored by BlueCross / BlueShield
1/8-9 Fri-Sat The Dark Carousel – Newberry Ballet Guild Fri 8pm, Sat 2&8pm
Two sisters are excited when the carnival comes to town, but they soon learn that appearances can be deceiving. An original production by The Newberry Ballet Guild.
1/15 Fri Edwin McCain 8pm $37.50 $32.50 group
Raised in Greenville, SC, McCain recorded his first independent demo in 1991. Signature songs include “3 a.m.” and “I’ll be.” Over two decades, McCain has traveled throughout North America with his friends and band mates, Craig Shields (saxophone/keyboards), Larry Chaney (lead guitar), Markeya “Tez” Sherard (drums), and Jason Pomar (bass).
1/22 Fri Junior Brown (POSTPONED TO MARCH 5) 8pm $37.50 $32.50 group
A true original, Junior Brown is a singer and guitarist whose raucous blend of Western swing, honky tonk, electrified Bakersfield country, and rock & roll made him the toast of Austin and then the world. He has released nine studio albums in his career, and has charted twice on the Billboard country singles charts. Factor in his rumbling, strikingly deep baritone voice, and an artist who’s a sensation in country music. There’s usually a wide-eyed look accompanying one who witnesses Junior’s unique instrumental prowess for the first time… or the second, or third, for that matter. Junior invented his own guitar, one that combines the standard 6-string guitar and the steel guitar. He calls it the “guit-steel.”
1/23 Sat Night Fever – The Bee Gees Tribute 8pm $39 $35 group
“Night Fever”-The Bee Gees Tribute is the largest production of the Bee Gees in the world. This all Canadian cast has been touring for the past ten years, from Disneyland to Russia, recreating the look and sound of the Bee Gees. Capturing a full history of the Bee Gees, “Night Fever” includes songs from “To Love Somebody,” “Massachusetts,” “I Got to Get A Message,” “I Started A Joke,” “Jive Talking,” “More Than A Woman,” “Night Fever,” “You Should Be Dancing,” “Tragedy,” “Stayin’ Alive.” and many more.
1/24 Sun Glenn Miller Orchestra 3pm $35 $30 group
The world famous Glenn Miller Orchestra is the most popular and sought after big band in the world today for both concert and swing dance engagements. With its unique jazz sound, the Glenn Miller Orchestra is considered to be one of the greatest bands of all time. The present Glenn Miller Orchestra was formed in 1956 and has been touring consistently since, playing an average of 300 live dates a year all around the world. Glenn Miller’s recordings of “In The Mood,” “Chattanooga Choo Choo,” “A String of Pearls,” “Moonlight Serenade,” and “Tuxedo Junction” were all major hit records. The Miller sound lives forever! Sponsored by Summer Insurance.
1/26 Tue Madame Butterfly – Opera by Puccini 8pm $50 $40 group
Puccini’s sumptuous and powerful opera which recalls the story of American Lieutenant B.F. Pinkerton in Japan and how he loves the beautiful Cho-cho San, and like so many sailors before him, leaves, returning to the sea. Cho-Cho San ( Little Butterfly) waits patiently for her husband to come home. Several years pass. Ever with her eye toward the harbor, Butterfly holds a secret delight that she eagerly wishes to surprise her husband with: their son. Pinkerton arrives in Japan with his American bride by his side. He goes to Butterfly to make his apologies and to finally end what Butterfly has cherished in her heart. Presented by Teatro Lirio D’Europa. Hotel packages available
Sponsored by Audrey Love Charitable Foundation in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Holmes
1/27 Wed Arlo Guthrie 8pm $69 $65 group
Son of legend Woody Guthrie (“This Land is Your Land”), Arlo’s career exploded with 1967’s “Alice’s Restaurant” and other hits including “Coming in to Los Angeles” and “City of New Orleans.” His music helped to foster a new commitment of his generation to social consciousness and activism.
2/6 Fri Healthy Chili Cook Off – City of Newberry
2/4 Thursday The Sylistics 8 pm $55 group 49
The fabulous soul group of the 70s had a string of hits including: Betcha By Golly Wow,” ” You Are Everything,” ” You Make Me Feel Brand New,” ” Break Up to Make Up,” “I’m Stone In Love with You,” and many more!
2/6 Sat Delbert McClinton 8pm $59 $50 group
After more than four decades of making music, McClinton is breathing freely with the confidence and energy of an artist who knows that he has mastered his game. Still basking in the glow of a new Grammy® Award, he has followed up what “The Wall Street Journal” declared his “best recording ever” – 2001’s “Nothing Personal” — with a set that displays even greater muscle, smarts, charm and soul. A listen to the 12 tracks on Delbert’s new ablum Room To Breathe handily backs the contention that even after enjoying the best year of his long career, McClinton is now poised to triumph further. From the swampy and rollicking opening strains of Same Kinda Crazy to the album’s closing jump blues visit to New York City, “Room To Breathe” plays like the night of your life in God’s own roadhouse.
2/8 Mon Saturday Night Fever – Musical 3&8pm $45 $35 group
One of the most beloved dance stories of all time in a spectacular new production, Saturday Night Fever is the coming of age tale of young Tony Manero who learns the value of life in 1970’s Brooklyn. Based on the 1977 movie starring John Travolta, Saturday Night Fever is packed with legendary hits from the Bee Gees, including “Stayin’ Alive,” “Night Fever,” “Jive Talking,” “You Should Be Dancing,” and “How Deep is Your Love,” in addition to several new songs written especially for this production.
2/12 Fri Tanya Tucker 8pm $69 $60 group
Tanya Tucker had her first hit, “Delta Dawn,” in 1972 at the age of 13. Over the succeeding decades, Tucker became one of the few child performers to mature into adulthood without losing her audience, and during the course of her career, she notched a streak of Top 10 and Top 40 hits. She has had several successful albums, several Country Music Association award nominations, and hit songs such as 1973’s “What’s Your Mama’s Name?” and “Blood Red and Goin’ Down,” 1975’s “Lizzie and the Rainman,” and 1988’s “Strong Enough to Bend.“
2/16 Tue Yamato – Japanese Drums 8pm $30 $25 group Students ½$
With incredible sounds, firey music and flamboyant stage presence, Yamato has given over 2,500 performances in 51 countries and regions. The drummers will astound you with their athletiscim, and with their music.. For the players of Yamato, every encounter with their listeners is a unique and precious experience. It is their goal to send audiences home after each performance with a new vitality and passion for life, and to cherish and uphold Yamato, the spirit of Japan. Sponsored by the Dufford Institute for Cultural Diversity
2/18 Thu Driving Miss Daisy 3&8pm $45 $40 group
Winner of the 1988 Pulitzer Prize and the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Off-Broadway Play, Driving Miss Daisy is a warm-hearted, humorous and affecting study of the unlikely relationship between an aging, crotchety white Southern lady, and a proud, soft-spoken black man. With race relations in the news almost daily these days, this masterpiece of a play becomes ever more poignant. Starring the Walker Texas Ranger Duo of Clarence Gilyard as Hoke and Sheree Wilson (Dallas) as Mrs. Daisy.
2/20 Sat Travis Tritt 8pm $79 $70 group
The real thing! He has charted more than forty times on the Hot Country Songs charts, including five number ones — “Help Me Hold On,” “Anymore,” “Can I Trust You With My Heart,” “Foolish Pride,” and “Best of Intentions” — and fifteen additional top ten singles. Seven of his albums (counting the Greatest Hits) are certified platinum It’s All About to Change, was certified triple-platinum. Tritt’s (from Marietta, GA) musical style is defined by mainstream country and Southern rock influences.
2/21 Sun Mountain Heart 3pm $30 $20 group
Mountain Heart is the band that has been fearlessly revolutionizing the way acoustic music can be presented and played. The band’s name has been synonymous with cutting-edge excellence in acoustic music circles since the group’s creation in 1999. Continually redefining the boundaries of acoustic music, the band has gained legions of loyal fans both as a result of their superlative musicianship, and more notably, their incomparably exciting live performances. The six-member group and its individual members boast multiple GRAMMY, ACM, CMA, and IBMA Award nominations and wins. Sponsored by Blue Cross / Blue Shield
2/25 Thu The Bellamy Brothers 8pm $40 $35 group
For more than 30 years, the Bellamy Brothers have been crafting honest, heartfelt songs and incredible tunes. Yet Howard and David Bellamy are enjoying enormous success throughout their career with numerous No. 1 hits on both the Pop and Country charts. Hear their top hit “Let Your Love Flow” which received the distinguished BMI Five Million Performance Award and was listed at No. 68 on their Top 100 Songs of the Century. As well as featured on ‘Breaking Bad’. Hits include:“If I Said You Had A Beautiful Body (Would You Hold It Against Me),” “Sugar Daddy,” “Dancin’ Cowboys,” “Do You Love As Good As You Look,” “Redneck Girl,” “When I’m Away From You,” “I Need More Of You,” “Old Hippie,” “Kids of the Baby Boom,” “Too Much Is Not Enough,” “Crazy From the Heart,” “Santa Fe” and “I Could Be Persuaded.”
2/26 Mon Blood Sweat and Tears 8pm $79 $75 group
For four decades since drummer/producer Bobby Colomby and friends have been blending rock and jazz into a genre-crossing sound and style. So successfully, in fact, that the band’s second album, Blood, Sweat & Tears, topped the Billboard charts, beat out the Beatles’ Abbey Road for Grammy Album of the Year, and produced three major hit singles, “You Made Me So Very Happy,” “Spinning Wheel” and “And When I Die.” Blood, Sweat & Tears will take the stage to perform their hits with the same unbridled enthusiasm as yesteryear
2/27 Sat James Gregory “The Funniest Man in America” 5&8pm VIP $37.50 $30 $27group
For over two decades, the unforgettable caricature of veteran comedian James Gregory has stood grinning: his shirt un-tucked, his arms outstretched, a carefree welcome to a down-home hilarious comedy experience. It’s storytelling at its best. The trademark caricature is the essence of James Gregory’s comedy: rib-tickling reflections on life from the front porch.
2/28 Sun Clint Black 7pm $85 $80 group
An acoustic evening with one of country music’s brightest stars. Clint Black has written, recorded and released more than 100 songs. More than 20 million of his albums have been sold worldwide. The 1989 debut of his Triple Platinum Killin’ Time, marked a shift in the industry, with a return to the more traditional sounds of the genre. CMT lists this album as one of the 100 Greatest Albums in Country Music. Killin’ Time boasted five #1 hits – unprecedented from a debut album in any genre – and won Black just aboput everything including Country Music Single of the Year “A Better Man.” Sponsored by Stokes Trainor Chevrolet Buick GMC Cadillac
3/2 Wed Carmen – Moscow Festival Ballet 8pm $49 $35 group Students ½ price
Inspired by Georges Bizet’s blazingly popular score, this original full-length production has dazzled audiences from coast to coast. Carmen tells the tale of the magnetically beautiful gypsy and her desperate lover in a contemporary ballet style that weaves together both classical and modern influences. Intricate storytelling, enigmatic choreography, and Bizet’s passionate, immortal music make this Carmen a true tour-de-force of theatrical drama. The Moscow Festival Ballet showcases dancers from the legendary the Bolshoi and Kirov Ballet companies for this romantically haunting ballet.. Hotel packages available.
3/6 Sun Jerusalem Symphony 3pm $85 $71 group
The Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra (JSO) was founded in 1936 as the Palestine Broadcasting Service Orchestra. In the 1970s, the orchestra was expanded into the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, Israel Broadcasting Authority. As a radio symphony orchestra, the majority of its concerts are held at the Henry Crown Auditorium, and recorded for broadcast throughout Israel. The JSO often tours in Europe and in the United States, and has performed in many of the most prestigious venues in major cities around the globe. Sponsored by the Pope Brown Foundation
3/7 Mon Creole Carnival – GlobalFEST 8pm $30 $20 Students ½ price
The Creole Carnival Tour honors the roots of African musical currents, crossed with a fusion of sounds from the Americas, and revolving around Carnival, the pre-Lent festival celebrated globally that’s everyone’s favorite excuse for a party. From Brazil (Casuarina) — the superpower of celebration — to Haiti (Emeline Michel) and Jamaica (Brushy One String), each country has its own rich traditions for music, dancing, costumes, and cutting loose. GlobalFEST’s international trio of artists will explore, expand, and upend notions of Carnival, without losing sight of where and religious fervor intersect with a madcap, no-holds-barred soiree. Sponsored by the Dufford Institute for Cultural Diversity
3/9 Wed Los Lonely Boys 8pm $40 $35 Group
The band consists of three brothers: Henry (guitar, vocals), Jojo (bass, vocals), and Ringo (drums, vocals) Garza. The band follows the tradition of their father, Ringo Garza, Sr., who formed a band with his brothers called the Falcones who played conjunto music in southern Texas during the 1970s and 1980s. Their debut single, “Heaven,” was a number one hit on the Billboard adult contemporary chart and reached the Top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2004. In 2009 they signed to Austin-based indie label, Playing in Traffic Records and released an EP, 1969 and three albums under their LonelyTone imprint, Keep On Giving: Acoustic Live!, Rockpango, and their newest release, Revelation.
3/10 Thu The Hit Men: former members of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons 3&8pm $45 $30 group
Made up of former members of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, “The Hit Men” reunion tour was spurred by the runaway success of “Jersey Boys,” the Tony Award-winning musical. Songs feature the Four Seasons hits “Sherry,” “Walk Like a Man, December 1963 (Oh, What A Night),” and “Who Loves You,” and so many songs of the era. The Hit Men are Russ Velasquez, Gary Polci, Larry Gates, Lee Shapiro, Don Ciccone and Jimmy Ryan. They are the voices for hundreds of hit records from the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s. World-class musicians and singers performing the world’s greatest hits exactly the way they were recorded. Sponsored by BB&T
3/11 Fri Irish Fling A City-Wide celebration of all things Irish featuring an evening Pub-Crawl
3/12 Sat An Evening with Robert Osborne and the Movies 8pm $40 $35 group
Robert Osborne has been the prime-time host and anchor of the Peabody award winning TURNER CLASSIC MOVIES television network since TCM made its on-air debut in April1994. He is also known as the official biographer of “Oscar” because of a series of books he’s written on the subject of the motion picture industry’s annual Academy Awards, his latest being 80 YEARS OF THE OSCAR, an updated version of an earlier edition and written at the request of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. He is also the host of the annual TCM CLASSIC FILM FESTIVAL in Hollywood.
3/15 Tue Boundary Street Gifted and Talented Program 7pm $5
3/16 Wed The Young Irelanders 3&8pm $35 $25 group
The Young Irelanders comprises eight sensational performers who have Irish traditional music, song & dance running through their veins. Although still in their ‘20s and ‘30s, these performers have achieved more than most people would aspire to in a lifetime. Between them they have performed for many heads of state, Presidents of Ireland, US Presidents, the Queen of England, the President of China, Prince Albert of Monaco, Empress Michiko of Japan, performed at Radio City Music Hall, the Great Hall of the People in China, Kremlin State Palace in Moscow, and the US Capitol Building. The artists have also toured as lead performers with Riverdance and Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance, been soloists on PBS Specials, shared the stage with Bono, and have been chosen by Sting to perform for his exclusive private parties.
3/18-19 Fri-Sat Newberry Community Players – Always…Patsy Cline Fri 8pm, Sat 3&8pm $30 $19 group
Back by popular demand, the Newberry Community Players bring to life the songs and the story of Patsy Cline’s friendship with Houston housewife Louise Seger. What begins as fan worship evolves into a friendship based on mutual respect. Humor, sadness, truth & always…Patsy Cline. The show features a live (and lively) band and over 20 of Patsy’s classics.
4/1 Fri Broadway: Big Band years 8pm $35 $30 group
Featuring hits from: Gypsy, 42nd Street, Damn Yankees, Kiss Me Kate, Guys and Dolls, Annie Get Your Gun, West Side Story, and On The Town! The Great White Way was a magnificent platform for a staggering number of hit songs during the Big Band Era. Popularized by stars of radio and television, these standards included: “The Lady is a Tramp,” “My Funny Valentine,” “Luck Be a Lady,” “I Got Rhythm,” and “I Get a Kick Out of You,” and became part of the Great American Songbook. Join Musical Director and Conductor Keith Levenson and The Curtain Up Orchestra as they celebrate Broadway’s Best! Sponsored by Summer Insurance
4/2 Sat The Oak Ridge Boys 3&8 $45 $35 group
The Boys are Back… and tickets fly out the door for them and Elvira! The legendary country music group was recently inducted into the Grand Ole Opry family. The group’s four-part harmonies and upbeat songs have spawned dozens of country hits and a No. 1 pop smash, “Elvira,” earned them Grammy, CMA, ACM, and Dove awards.
4/5 Tues Men are from Mars, Women from Venus 3&8pm $50 $40 group
A sneak preview of this live comedy show is more than just the book. The actor in the one man show relates to the audience as someone, who resisted the Mars/Venus work for years, but then he meets John Gray – now his experience leads him to share with others how he sees the relationships of men and women from a very humorous perspective. This hysterical 90-minute show will have couples elbowing each other all evening as they see themselves on stage. Presented via different vignettes, topics will cover everything from dating to marriage to the bedroom! When Mars and Venus collide, the adventures are earth-shatteringly hysterical! Enter passcode “MARS” for special half price offer!
4/7 Thu Pawel Checinski – Pianist 8pm $30 $20group Students ½ $
Newberry Opera House presents legendary pianist Pawel Checinski. The Julliard-trained musician has performed around the world. Thursday’s program will include the works of Chopin, Liszt, Granados and Debussy. Sponsored by Pope Brown Foundation
4/9 Sat Del McCoury Band 8pm $49 $40 group
Vince Gill says it simply, and maybe best: “I’d rather hear Del McCoury sing “Are You Teasing Me” than just about anything.” For fifty years, Del’s music has defined authenticity for hard core bluegrass fans – count Gill among them – as well as a growing number of fans among those only vaguely familiar with the genre. As leader of the Del McCoury Band, he plays guitar and sings lead vocals along with his two sons, Ronnie McCoury and Rob McCoury, who play mandolin and banjo respectively. In June 2010, he received a National Heritage Fellowship Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Endowment for the Arts and in 2011 he was elected into the International Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame.
Sponsored by BlueCross / BlueShield
4/10 Sun Doug and Bunny Williams 3pm $20 $15 group
Doug and Bunny have been producing musical variety shows at the Opera House since its beginning season in 1998. They showcase local professional musicians in a wide variety of genres. Very entertaining and a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon. Steven W’s will be open for dining afterwards.
4/14 Thu Close To You – The Music of The Carpenters 8pm $25 $20 group
Considered one of the best vocalists of all time, Karen Carpenter captured the attention of a generation with her unabashedly catchy pop music. The Carpenters beautiful, memorable love songs topped the Billboard charts with more than a dozen number one hits. Now singer Lisa Rock is bringing the music of The Carpenters back to the stage with spot-on renditions of Carpenters classics with Close to You: The Music of The Carpenters.
4/16 Sat Pork in the Park – Downtown Newberry
4/19 Tue Live From Nashville 3&8pm $35 $30 group
America has long had a love affair with Country music, Country singers, Country musicians; Nashville is the City of American Music! Live From Nashville is an incredible production direct from Music City that stars singers and dancers, and a bona fide band of Nashville musicians with dazzling staging and costumes. Twelve musicians, singers, and dancers bring phenomenal fiddling, fancy footwork, and top-flight vocals your way. This theatrical production is truly extraordinary, a trip through America’s greatest music – the music she calls her own!
Sponsored by Summer Insurance
4/25 Mon Newberry College Opera Scenes 8pm $15 $10 group Students ½ price
Talented Newberry College singers perform some of Opera’s Greatest Hits. Hear Rossini, Verdi, Gounod; Gilbert & Sullivan and others in this fabulous introduction to great arias, and ensemble music.
Sponsored by Dufford Institute of Cultural Diversity
5/3 Tue The New Christy Minstrels 3&8pm $35 $25 group
The New Christy Minstrels®, is still under the direction of Randy Sparks, and the group is now BETTER than they were in their hey-day. Seven members strong, they are a mix of old and new and it’s now the best collection of performers ever to have been billed as The New Christy Minstrels. “We’re still alive, we’re still creative, and still eager to please, so we make a deal with the audience: We’ll do all the old songs you came to hear, if you’ll allow just a couple of newer ones,” says the group’s leader Randy Sparks, who penned their hits: “Today”, “Green,Green”, “Saturday Night”, “Denver”, and “Mighty Mississippi..
5/5 Thurs Mother’s Finest 8pm $39 $32 group
Mother’s Finest has created a sound they describe as a fusion of Funk, Rock, Gospel, R&B, Metal and Jazz. Taken directly from the street to the stage to the studio, that is Afro-Euro Mosaic Soulful and Electric, transcending musical division and stereotypes. Known internationally, they are incomparable and unique in their ability to bring it to you in concert. They’re still one of the best LIVE bands on the planet
5/13 Fri Caroline Stoessinger – Moonlight Sonata 8pm $30 $20 group
An Evening of Romantic Piano Music. Caroline Stoessinger has brought people together through music, art and literature for such diverse organizations as The Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity, United Nations, UNICEF, Boston University, University of Massachusetts, Young Presidents Organization, Mutual of America, Chief Executives Forum, World Presidents Organization, and for the Governments of France, South Africa, Israel, and the Czech Republic. She was honored by the New York Times for her distinguished programs, received the Bravo award from the Brooklyn Philharmonic Orchestra for her artistic service to the community and a presidential medal of honor from President Havel for service to his nation. Sponsored by Pope Brown
5/14 Sat Dance Station – Tammy Johns TBA
5/18 Wed Mid Carolina Band Spring Concert 8pm
5/20 Fri A Taste of Newberry – Downtown Newberry
5/21 Sat Rick Alviti 8pm $ 37.50 $35 group
“Alviti’s Elvis tribute is high-energy and full of audience interaction. From corporate entertainment to casinos, this Elvis impersonator’s show has everything needed to make your event spectacular.” Rick perfected his skills as a live performer at his own venue named Celebrity Theatre in Myrtle Beach, SC and is now back to his origins with a fantastic show at the Opera House.
5/28 Sat DC Danceworks – Recital TBA
6/17-18 Fri-Sat State Fair – Newberry Community Players Fri 8pm, Sat 3&8pm $25 $19 group
Set against the colorful backdrop of an American heartland tradition, State Fair travels with the Frake family as they leave behind the routine of the farm for three days of adventure at the annual Iowa State Fair. Mom and Pop have their hearts set on blue ribbons while their daughter and son find romance and heartbreak on the midway. Join our local Newberry Community Players for this nostalgic and energetic musical by Rodgers and Hammerstein.
BY SERIES: Rock,
Troubadour $155 Big Band $80 Rhythm & Beach $105 Bluegrass $105 Broadway $140
Lisa Loeb Glenn Miller Orchestra Charlie Thomas’ Drifters Balsam Range Hamlet
Edwin McCain Nashville Live The Vogues Dailey & Vincent Flashdance
Arlo Guthrie Big Band Broadway The Embers Mountain Heart A Christmas Carol
Christy Minstrels Sponsored By Summer The Hit Men Del McCoury Sat. Night Fever
Insurance Sponsored by BB&T Sponsored by Blue Cross Driving Miss Daisy
Classical $90 Country $265 Classic Country $195 Rock Band $285 Popular $175
John Wagner Travis Tritt Don Williams Box Masters Steve Tyrell
Sirena Huang Clint Black Gene Watson Kansas Four Freshmen
Jerusalen Sym. Bellamy Brothers Oak Ridge Boys Ambrosia/Orleans 3 Irish Tenors
Sponsored by Charlie Daniels Band Tanya Tucker Carl Palmer The Lettermen
Pope Brown Mother’s Finest Close to you-Carpenters
Foundation Blood Sweat & Tears Christy Minstrels
Opera $55 Dance $75 Doug&Bunny Presents $30 Broadway Plus $38 Choir $50
Madama Butterfly Nat. Dance. Co. of Siberia Doug & Bunny W. – Fall Always Patsy Cline-NCP Vienna Boys Choir
Opera Scenes Carmen – Ballet Doug & Bunny W. – Spring State Fair – NCP Pal. Mastersingers
Global Fest Mars/Venus
World Adventure $100 Piano $35
Yamato Abbey Simon
3 Irish Tenors Caroline Stoessinger
Global Fest Pawel Chenchinski
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