Pipestone Performing Arts Center

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  • Free parking is available in city parking lots near the Pipestone Performing Arts Center and on the street.

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  1. Al Opland Singers "Let's Go To The Movies"

    Al Opland Singers "Let's Go To The Movies"

    104 E Main Street
    Pipestone, MN 56164-0100
    Call: 507-825-2020
    Toll Free: 877-722-2787

    Fridays & Saturdays: 7:30 PM
    Sundays: 3:00 PM

    The Al Opland Singers have been hard at work in rehearsals since the first week after New Year’s, meeting on Monday nights until the first week in March when they stepped up to two nights a week, Monday and Tuesday.

    The singers are presenting “Let’s Go To The Movies” on the last two weekends in April. The Al Opland Singers will be “Puttin’ On The Ritz” with music selections, causing you to “Daydream” as “I Fall to Pieces” with entertainment. Songs that will cause you to ride a train or have you thinking about “River of Dreams.” Many more selections from “Shrek,” “The Pink Panther,” “Titanic,” “Ghost,” “Grease,” “O Brother, Where Art Thou,” and “Chicago” to get your toes tappin’ and your smiles glowing. The singers will be putting on a few extra special dance routines which will provide you entertainment only seen at live performances. These will warm your hearts.

    Tickets are on sale now at the Museum Box Office Monday through Saturday from 10: am – 5:00 pm or call 507-825-2020 or 877-722-2787. Tickets are reserved and are $15 for Adults, $5 for Students, and $35 for Family (under the same roof). Plan an outing with your family or friends – Be sure to get your tickets now!!!

  2. Don Shelby ~ An Evening with Mark Twain

    Don Shelby ~ An Evening with Mark Twain

    104 E Main Street
    Pipestone, MN 56164-0100
    Call: 507-825-2020
    Toll Free: 877-722-2787

    Don Shelby is a former WCCO-TV news anchor. He has been impersonating Mark Twain for about 20 years. He dons a white suit, wig, mustache and prosthetic nose, and recites passages and tells tales from Twain’s life and work.

  3. Lori Line Solo Tour

    Lori Line Solo Tour

    104 E Main Street
    Pipestone, MN 56164-0100
    Call: 507-825-2020
    Toll Free: 877-722-2787

    Lorie Line has been touring for 28 years, but has never been on the road all by herself in the heartland of her fans. This will be the first tour in her career where she steps out onto the stage all by herself in the Midwest.

    Last year she took her solo piano touring idea and tested it in the warmer climates. She toured 22 cities in Florida, Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona, California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington and Idaho. "It was just Tim and me with my assistant, Michele, going down the road in a big bus with a trailer hitched on the back carrying my piano from my living room. We traveled fast and kept it simple."

    Thus the title of her tour . . . SIMPLY GRAND.

    Line loves the idea as it gives her more flexibility to play off the cuff and unrehearsed (unlike playing with a band or small orchestra). She compares it to being in a speed boat, traveling at a fast pace and turning on a dime.

    Keeping it "simple" allows her to spend more time and energy on her own costumes. "Not having to costume everyone on the stage . . . and just me . . . makes me smile," says Line. Line is known for her over-the-top glamourous fashion. For this tour, being center stage and all by herself, she doesn't plan on disappointing the fans. Since the death of her costumer Jack Edwards, Line has designed her own gowns. "I feel like I was Jack's understudy for many years. He taught me a lot about design. But no one knows me better than me, so who better to design what I want to wear than me."

    For this tour Lorie plans to "sample" brand new music in front of the people who love her most. When she gets home she will record it and release a new album late spring or early summer.

    Line will be stopping in 10 cities but plans to continue her solo tour later in the summer. She is a recent inductee into the Minnesota Music Hall of Fame.

    For details of how the Lines operate a tour, read her most popular blog Moving My Piano/February Blog

    MORE INFORMATION www.lorieline.com or 952-474-1000

  4. Shaun Johnson Big Band Experience

    Shaun Johnson Big Band Experience

    104 E Main Street
    Pipestone, MN 56164-0100
    Call: 507-825-2020
    Toll Free: 877-722-2787

    The Shaun Johnson Big Band Experience (BBE) is the only group taking big band music, fusing it with modern day mixes of all genres, and making the act of giving “cool.” Created for intelligent music lovers worldwide who wish to be a part of an electric musical experience accomplishing the unexpected: reaching out in an era of people typically looking out for “number one.”

    The Big Band Experience creates more than music. They create feelings. Experiences. The kind you remember as, “that unbelievable night out.” Wanna levitate off your chair with the pulse of pop? Done. Just don’t ask that they hold back the edge because THAT is what makes the Big Band Experience who they are. Big band was born out of rebellion, and we owe it to Sinatra to keep that evolution alive. Suits. Edge. Energy. Contemporary songs with big band punch.

    Shaun Johnson is an Emmy-winning singer/songwriter who seemed destined for a life of music from the very beginning. "One of my earliest memories," he says, "is of performing at state fair talent shows with my little sister. We'd sing Sonny and Cher songs, a cappella, when neither of us was quite tall enough to reach the microphone."

    Originally from the small town of Saint Joseph, Iowa, Shaun attended Saint John's University before settling in Saint Cloud, Minnesota, where he began his career with the nationally known vocal group, Tonic Sol-fa. This quartet has sold nearly two million albums independently and has been featured in Newsweek and on the Today Show. Shaun is still an active member.

    Wanting to bring an innovative big band experience to the audience, Shaun put together a group featuring some of the best instrumentalists and arrangers in the Midwest – guys who've toured with such luminaries as Aretha Franklin and Johnny Mathis, who are Music Educators of the Year and who are integral members of collegiate jazz faculties. His vision was to create a contemporary big band sound with a pop flair, honoring legends like Frank Sinatra, with a nod to Michael Bublé, while giving the music his own twist – performing songs ranging from the “Spiderman Theme” to originals from U.S. songwriters. The proceeds from that first, small tour of holiday shows were subsequently donated to local charities. The initial tour received such overwhelming feedback that an expanded holiday tour was undertaken the following year with all proceeds again going to local charities. In 2014, with increasing presenter and fan demand, the BBE added even more cities to the holiday tour and, for the first time, began accepting regular season shows.

    Look for the BBE’s very first PBS special, “Spirit of the Season,” to air across North America through 2016, the Big Band Experience’s continuing orchestra dates, and enjoy the Big Band Experience’s very first studio recording, “What’ll I Do” (The YouTube Sessions) – currently available everywhere online and at www.bigbandexperience.com.

    Tickets:
    Adults ~ $20
    Students ~ $5 (through college with a valid student ID)
    Family Rate ~ $45 (all immediate family members under one roof)

  5. South Dakota Old Time Fiddlers

    South Dakota Old Time Fiddlers

    104 E Main Street
    Pipestone, MN 56164-0100
    Call: 507-825-2020
    Toll Free: 877-722-2787

    The ever-popular South Dakota Old Time Fiddlers are back at the Pipestone Performing Arts Center.

    The SD Fiddlers have been in existence since 1969 and feature fiddles, accordions, harmonicas, and genuine old time singing.

  6. The Calumet Players' Present the Musical "Oklahoma"

    The Calumet Players' Present the Musical "Oklahoma"

    104 E Main St
    Pipestone, MN 56164
    Call: 507-825-2020
    Toll Free: 877-722-2787

    Musical for two weekends only with the second weekend being held in conjunction with our 28th Annual Watertower Festival!

    Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm
    Sundays at 2:00 pm

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