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2019-2020 MACA Performance Series Season Pass allows you access all five amazing shows for one low price!
This season’s line up is as follows:
Rubiks Groove Saturday, Sept.14, 6pm (Sequoyah Birthplace Museum) $20
Shadows of the 60’s Saturday, November 9, 7:30 pm (Sweetwater Elem.) $25
Nashville Legacy Saturday, Feb.29, 7:30 pm (Sweetwater Elem.) $25
Missoula’s Children’s Theatre The Emperor’s New Clothes
Friday, Mar. 7, 6:00 pm &
Saturday, Mar. 8, 3:00 pm (Sweetwater Elem.) Adults$10 / Students $5
Charlie Mars Saturday, May 9, 6 pm (Tsali Notch Vineyard) $20
Back to the 80’s & 90’s with Rubiks Groove Bicentennial Bash– Saturday, September 14, 2019, 6-11 pm
Celebrate Monroe County’s Bicentennial with us! We are takin you back to the 80’s & 90’s with Rubiks Groove!
Rubiks Groove is a premier ‘outside of the box’ 80s & 90s tribute band. This high energy, character driven act will take you back to the best era of music with a complete 360 degree interactive experience that includes live music from rock to hip hop, characters, costumes and videos. Come experience the show that will change your life! The live entertainment singers are high-energy performers who have shared the stage with Prince, Humpty, Bon Jovi, and The Cure. Don’t miss the act that has caught the national attention of NBC’s America’s Got Talent!!! Dance the night away to your favorite songs from the 80’s and 90’s!
While you’re here, take the opportunity to explore the Sequoyah Birthplace Museum at the discounted rate of $2.50 from 5-8pm.
Contest start at 6Pm! Dress in your best 80’s-90’s attire to win a prize. Don’t forget the Aquanet and enter in our Big Hair Contest to win a prize!
Rubiks Groove will perform from 7-11pm. Slap bracelets will be given out while supplies last! Food and beverage vendors will be onsite! Bring your own chairs or blankets! Limited seating.
Shawdows of the 60’s A Tribute to Motown Saturday, November 9, 2019, 7:30 pm
SHADOWS OF THE 60’s pays tribute to the legendary stars of Motown, such as The Supremes, The Four Tops, Temptations and Smokey Robison & The Miracles. In this highly interactive and visually stunning production,
SHADOWS OF THE 60’s perform the hits that span several decades. Featuring top industry musicians and singers dressed in exquisitely designed costumes and
dazzling choreography, Shadows Of the 60’s present the music of
Motown with the intensity of the original recorded performances. Each singer and musician were chosen because they embody the spirit, style and excitement of the original artists in concert. Close your eyes and you will hear the magic of
Motown, open them and you will see and feel the raw “front row” experience of attending a live Motown concert, circa 1964.
The evening is capped off with a jaw dropping grand finale featuring the music of The Marvelettes, Martha Reeves and The Vandellas, Junior Walker & The Allstars, Stevie Wonder, Gladys Knight & The Pips, The Contours and more! Shadows Of The 60’s is truly a concert for everyone!
Nashville Legacy- February 29, 2020, 7:30 pm
FLOYD CRAMER & CHET ATKINS The two have each been inducted into both the Rock and Roll and Country Music Halls of Fame, and their names have
become synonymous with the NASHVILLE SOUND they pioneered. You can feel their influence on the hits of artists like Elvis Presley, Patsy Cline, the Everly Brothers, Dolly Parton, Roy Orbison, Don Gibson, Jim Reeves, and countless others. And though they both lost their lives to cancer – Floyd in 1997 and Chet in 2001 – their NASHVILLE LEGACY lives on through Floyd’s grandson, pianist JASON COLEMAN, and Chet’s niece, guitarist MEAGAN TAYLOR. Two LEGENDS at their instruments, two GIANTS in the music industry. The two have each been inducted into both the Rock and Roll and Country Music Halls of Fame, and their names have become synonymous with the NASHVILLE SOUND they pioneered. You can feel their influence on the hits of artists like Elvis Presley, Patsy Cline, the Everly Brothers, Dolly Parton, Roy Orbison, Don Gibson, Jim Reeves, and countless others. And though they both lost their lives to cancer – Floyd in 1997 and Chet in 2001 – their NASHVILLE LEGACY lives on through Floyd’s grandson, pianist JASON COLEMAN, and Chet’s niece, guitarist MEAGAN TAYLOR.
Missoula Children’s Theatre: The Emperor’s New Clothes
Friday, March 7, 2019, 6 pm & Saturday, March 8, 2019, 3 pm
The Emperor’s New Clothes
“Dress for success” is good advice that the Emperor takes whole-heartedly, wanting to impress new friends. But where to stop? When the clothes (and other people’s opinions)
become more important than the people of the kingdom, trouble brews. To help their beloved Emperor find the way back to his heart, his true friends create an elaborate “birthday suit” for the Emperor to wear for his birthday
parade celebration. The Emperor quickly and humbly learns that sometimes “less is more”!
This production is part of the Missoula Children’s Theatre’s unique international touring project and is presented locally by MACA for the 21st year, thanks to contributions from MACA Supporters and the Monroe County United Way.
If you have a child that would like to audition for The Emperor’s New Clothes, please follow us on Facebook. Auditions and other information will be posted there.
Charlie Mars- Saturday, May 9, 2020, 6:00pm
Eat, Drink, and Relax to the sound of Charlie Mars while enjoying the beautiful mountain views from Tsali Notch Vineyard!
Mississippi-born singer/songwriter Charlie Mars is a country- and folk-inflected pop artist blessed with a warm vocal croon and a knack for crafting poignant, earthy songs. Born in 1974 in Laurel, Mississippi, Mars grew up listening to various styles of pop/rock, from Michael Jackson to the Violent Femmes.
While enjoying this unique outdoor concert enjoy a wine tastings at Tsali Notch’s Tasting room or purchase a bottle to enjoy during the show. Bring your own blankets or chairs! Limited seating will be available.
Food Vendors will be onsite.