Six More Weeks of Winter Wonderment
By Kitty JanvrinFeb 2, 2018
Everyone's favorite groundhog weatherman has predicted an extended winter, and we've got a great line-up of heart-warming shows to get you through until spring. From toe-tapping tunes and side-splitting comedy to awe-inspiring dance and theater, there's no shortage of ways to spend the next six weeks enjoying the arts.
February 10: Velvet Caravan
Enjoy this Gypsy swing and jazz band from Savannah when they take the stage as the first of The Living Room Sessions.
February 17: Marc Broussard
Broussard's unique blend of classic rhythm and blues, rock and soul lends itself to crafting performances that are powerful and endearing.
February 18: Diana Krall: Turn Up the Quiet World Tour
Her compelling piano skills and smooth jazz vocals have earned her multiple Grammy Awards as well as three platinum and seven multi-platinum albums.
February 24: A Gala Musical Tribute Honoring William Ivey Long
We've just announced the star-studded cast (including Andy Karl of Broadway's Groundhog Day) for this exclusive musical look into the work of Tony Award-winning costume designer and Carolina-native William Ivey Long.
February 25: RAIN: A Tribute to the Beatles
For the first time ever, the entire Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album will be performed live in this immersive, multimedia spectacular.
February 25: Mnozil Brass
Enjoy beer, bratwursts and one of the world's best brass ensembles during this fun evening at Knight Theater.
The contemporary dance company returns with new stunning, timely pieces and the beloved composition "Revelations."
March 9: Larkin Poe
Welcome back to The Living Room Sessions with these fierce rock 'n roll sisters.
March 13-18: Waitress
This hilarious, touching new musical from an all-female creative team mixes in the struggles of love, loss and motherhood along with the sweetness of one of Jenna's homemade pies.
March 15: Tony Bennett
Don't miss your chance to see the legend live. His tunes are timeless, his warmth is charming, and his 60+ years in the music industry have made him an icon.
March 16: Louie Anderson
You know him from star turns in film and TV (including Coming to America, Ferris Bueller's Day Off and FX's series Baskets) or you may know his stand-up. With such a resume, it's no wonder he's one of Comedy Central's "100 Greatest Stand Up Comics of All Time."
March 17-18: The BANFF Mountain Film Festival World Tour
Experience the thrill and challenges of environment on-screen through one of the most prestigious global mountain film festivals.