Dancing With Our Stars
7:30pm – Tickets $20/$15/$10
What local celebrity will go home with the 2016 mirror ball trophy? After last season’s wildly popular show, the Utah Ballroom Dance Company is returning to wow the community once again.
The company, featuring some of the nation’s top dancers, will join local celebrity dancers Kay Powell, KayLynn Gorder, Melissa Hackney, Whitney Manwaring, Tyson “Eaglevoice” Shay, and
You will laugh, cheer, and have the time of your life watching your favorite people compete for the honor to be Blackfoot’s own Dancing With Our Stars champion.
Bar J Wranglers
7:30pm – Tickets $25/$15/$10
The Bar J Wranglers are back! If you or someone you know is a veteran, this is a show you will not want to miss. The Bar J Wranglers’ patriotic Veteran’s Day concert will be an awe-inspiring
salute to our American heroes. Not only will they pay homage to the veterans in the audience, but they will also entertain with masterful Western harmonies and some of the funniest ranch humor
ever seen on stage. Don’t miss the Bar J Wranglers’ tribute to American patriotism and to the singing cowboy.
To learn more about the band visit their website.
Hilary Weeks Love Your Life Tour
Doors: 7:00 pm
Show: 7:30 pm
Christian Billboard artist Hilary Weeks is performing one night only at Blackfoot Performing Arts Center as part of her LOVE YOUR LIFE Tour. Don’t miss this chance to
hear favorites from her first 10 albums as well as songs from her newest project (Love Your Life). Hilary will be joined by her band and opening act Nik Day for this
night of inspiration. For more information, visit her website.
7:30 pm – Doors Open 7:00 pm
Voice Male is comprised of 6 unique individuals who somehow found each other over 18 years ago. John Luthy came up with the Voice Male concept while singing with some of the guys in the Logan LDS
Institute Choir. Initially it took nine of them to cover all the parts, but a couple of years later they decided they no longer needed the nose flute player, the cowbell ringer, and the guy who claps,
so they trimmed themselves down to just 6. Actually, some members had to move on and be grown-ups, so they decided to give it a go with just 6.
Over the years, they have had some pretty cool
opportunities to sing in exotic locations (San Pete County) and for some pretty great people (their moms). Considering this is not their day job, they are lucky to pull together and accomplish
anything at this point. They all graduated into careers ranging from Computer Networking (Nerd) to Real Estate to Law. When they are not working or singing, they are enjoying time with their
supportive wives and children. The latest tally: 23 children who like to call each other Voice Male Cousins. As families grow, hair thins, and hips break, they hope to keep chuggin’ along.
As long as you’ll keep listening, they’ll keep singing.
Tickets available ONLY through these locations:
Any Lions Club member or at the door.
Crowder’s American Prodigal Tour
Crowder ~ The New Respects ~ Tedashii
Crowder’s “American Prodigal” tour makes a stop in Blackfoot!
Award-winning artist David Crowder kicks off the release of his second full length album, American Prodigal, with the American Prodigal Tour launching alongside it, including special
guests The New Respects and Tedashii. The tour includes a stop at the Blackfoot Performing Arts Center on Thursday, October 6, 2016.
American Prodigal is the next step for award winning David Crowder. His first solo release, Neon Steeple, received two GRAMMY nominations, K-LOVE Fan Awards nods and five GMA Dove
Awards Nominations. This new album comes with much anticipation from fans as Crowder’s unique mix of bluegrass, EDM, and worship got a taste of what is to come with the release of
his new single Run Devil Run. American Prodigal is set to release on September 23rd, 2016.
With The New Respects, a young band of pop, soul, and rock n roll, and Tedashii, a hip-hop artist characterized by his deep voice and dramatic beats it will definitely be an evening
VIP packages are available and include Early Access to Seating and Pre-Show Meet & Greet.
Will Call Opens at 4pm, VIP at 5:30pm, Doors at 6pm, Show at 7pm.
Tickets on-sale this Friday, July 22nd!
Tickets available through LMG Concerts/4D TIXX
Online at www.4DTixx.com
By phone: 855.443.8499
$50 for VIP GA and $25 for GA*
Groups of 10 or more are eligible for a $5 discount per ticket
*Prices listed subject to applicable service fees
August 12, 13, 15, 16, 17,18,19, 20
The King and I
The King and I, one of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s most beloved musicals, with familiar songs such as “I Whistle a Happy Tune,” “Getting to Know You,” “Shall We Dance?'” and “Hello, Young Lovers,” it is a
show the entire family will enjoy. The story is about a widowed Welsh mother, Anna Loenowens, who becomes a governess and English tutor to the wives and many children of the stubborn King Mongkut
of Siam. Anna and the king have a clash of personalities as she works to teach the royal family about the English language, customs and etiquette. Through their differences, they eventually
come to love, admire and respect each other. At the end of the musical, Anna agrees to stay on to offer help and advice to the new ruler and Crown Prince of Siam following the King’s death.
July 8, 2016
Black Irish Band
7:30pm – Tickets $12
The Blackfoot Performing Arts Center will be filled with toe-tapping, laughter, and a heavy dose of Celtic music when the Black Irish Band takes the stage Friday, July 8 at 7:30 pm.
The concert is a Backstage Event where the audience sits on the stage with the performers. Only 200 tickets will be sold, so seating is limited. Tickets are $12 and can be purchased at
blackfootpac.com, 208-317-5508, or the Music & Families store in Blackfoot.
The Black Irish Band is based in Sonora, California. They are touring the Northwest and have added a one night stop in Blackfoot to share their music. They excel at Irish & Scottish,
Italian, and American folk music with an assortment of original songs and traditional western ballads. Performing both traditional and original music, the band is very focused on presenting
acoustic music in a very exciting up-beat way that appeals to all ages. The Black Irish Band’s musical style captures the spirit of the immigrants of this land, the men and women who
tamed the Wild West. One popular portion of their concert is their rendition of old railroad and mining songs. In 2005 the band was featured at the Smithsonian Folklife Festival and
performed at the National Mall and Kennedy Center. The band was featured on CBS This Morning.
In 2000 the band headlined at the International Music Festival in Singapore. The band also
was the featured performers for the 100th Anniversaries of the Alaskan Gold Rush and White Pass & Yukon Railroad. The band has written and recorded 96 original songs that appear on many of
the bands twenty-five CD recordings. Many of the original works written by the band are based on Celtic history.
To find out more about the band and to listen to their music, visit their website.
May 5 – BHS Jazz Band’s Dance
April 30 – Grand Teton Council Recognition Night
April 29 – Bingham County Music Teacher’ Student Scholarship Auditions
Time of My Life Tour
Among the Thirsty
Revelation Radio and Compassion International present: The Time of My Life Tour! Featuring The Afters, Chris August, Unspoken, and Among the Thirsty! Coming Thursday, April 28, 2016
to the Blackfoot Performing Arts Center.
The Time of My Life Tour promises to be an unbelievable evening of Music and Worship! We look forward to seeing you there!
7th Annual Bingham’s Got Talent
Tickets: $5 Adults/$3 Children
6:00pm Lyle Albertson & His Strait Country Band
Bingham’s Got Talent is celebrating its 7th year as one of Bingham County’s most successful Relay for Life fundraisers. Show off your talent – any talent – and help raise money for the American Cancer
Society. The talent show is open to people of all ages and is not limited to Bingham County residents. Prize money is $100 for 1st place (in 2 age groups) and $50 for the People’s Choice Award.
Registration forms are available at the Methodist Church, Music & Families, or online at www.jasonleemumc.org. Contact Tom Drysdale at 785-3183 for more information.
7:30pm – Tickets $20
“The Road to Carnegie Hall”
Singer Ken Lavigne has charmed his way into the hearts of concert goers across North America with his exciting blend of classical tenor sound and modern style. Joined by a four-piece ensemble,
Lavigne will take his audience on a riveting and enchanting journey, retelling his personal campaign to sing at Carnegie Hall with the New York Pops in his current touring show, The Road to Carnegie Hall.
Told with spectacular songs and entertaining and hilarious stories, Lavigne embodies the spirit of the underdog – audacity, tenacity and ultimately… triumph. Since his Carnegie Hall debut,
Lavigne has regularly performed with multi-Grammy winner David Foster and has had the honor of performing for his Highness Prince Charles last fall. To learn more, visit his website.
April 20 – BHS Choir Concert
Blackfoot’s Distinguished Young Women
It’s that exciting time once again for Distinguished Young Women of Blackfoot. This year’s program “Lights! Camera! Action!” will feature 24 outstanding Blackfoot High School juniors in the annual
prestigious scholarship program. The girls will be competing in the categories of talent, fitness, scholastic, self-expression, and judges’ interview during the competition. Thousands of dollars in
scholarships and awards will be shared among the teens.
The Distinguished Young Women is the oldest and largest scholarship program for high school junior girls in existence. The nonprofit program’s goal is to honor young women who excel and to encourage them
to obtain a college education and assume roles of leadership in their communities and professions. Since 1958, the program has helped more than 700,000 young women obtain education and scholarship
opportunities. The program has awarded nearly $90 million in cash scholarships to Junior Miss/Distinguished Young Women participants in programs across the nation over the last five decades.
April 11 – Bingham County Music Teacher’ Student Honor Recital
April 9 – Shelley High School Bands in Concert
April 8 – Distinguished Dude
April 7 – All Band Night
March 18,19,21,22,23,24,25 – BHS Musical “Cinderella”
Blaze & Kelly
7:30 pm – Tickets $10
To listen to Blaze and Kelly is to experience a musical nirvana. Their art takes the listener beyond the realm of the temporal, and into those intangible places we call spirit, dreams, and love.
There’s no doubt these two laughter-loving women can sing—Niccole’s powerful lead vocals blend perfectly with Mo’s sweet tone. But what makes them true artists is their ability to create emotion.
To Blaze and Kelly, it’s not money, fame, or precision that creates happiness, but genuine human connection. And their songs illustrate the humanity, passion, and truth each one of us strives to
feel and find gladness in.
Their songs range from the serious to the hilarious. But no matter what words have flowed from Niccole’s pen, each song resonates with those beautiful human emotions. From the love of a child,
“Lena’s Lullaby,” to the recognition we’ve out-waisted our clothes, “Fat Pants,” to the intrepid journey named death, “Mama,” the listener has no choice but to feel connected to the music.
Each person finds a little of herself or himself in every song.
Visit their webpage for more information.
February 18 – BHS Band Concert
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
7:30pm – Tickets $20
“Love Me or Leave Me”
An early Valentine’s Day show! Listen to the reading of letters of loving, longing, and leaving by famous (and infamous) people accompanied by live music and a compelling slide show.
Letters Aloud was founded in 2014 as a way to connect modern audiences to a rapidly disappearing form of correspondence….the written letter. The letters will explore the many facets of romantic love
through the intimate and often fiery letters of such luminaries as Henry Miller, Marlon Brando, Virginia Woolf, Elizabeth Taylor, and Napoleon Bonaparte. Audiences will especially enjoy the dirty old man
letters from Charles Murkowski, the dirty young man letters from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and a heartfelt breakup letter from a teenage Slash from Guns N’ Roses. This show promises to be the perfect,
unforgettable Valentine’s date. To learn more, visit their website.
February 4-6 – BHS Choir Renaissance Feast
January 28 – Gem State Honor Band
Golden Dragon Acrobats
Monday, January 25, 2016
7:30pm – Tickets $20
Don’t miss the Golden Dragon Acrobats in Cirque Ziva – a new world-class spectacular that has been thrilling audiences across the country. This fast-paced, technically-innovative performance showcases traditional
Chinese acrobats, dance and costumes, ancient and contemporary music and modern theatrical techniques. Danny Chang and his Golden Dragon Acrobats continue their relentless, 30+ year US touring schedule of centuries-old Chinese art form.
Since 1985, they remain the only Chinese acrobatic company touring year-round in the United States, and present over 200 performances annually. The renowned acrobats dazzle with amazing feats of athleticism, daring heart-stopping stunts
and the grace of their centuries old art form. To learn more, visit their website.
BHS Drama Dept. “You Can’t Take It With You”
Tickets: $5, $3 with BHS activity card
The BHS Drama Dept. is pleased to present the popular play, You Can’t Take It With You. Although written in 1914, it is still current, relevant and funny today. The show, directed by Sharon Hoge,
gives the audience a peek into the lives of an eccentric family where each member is allowed to pursue his own ambition in the home. Their routine is disrupted when a daughter with a regular job
wants to bring her fiancé and his Wall Street family to dinner. The situations are hilarious and the play is unforgettable.