Event

Local, Live Concert Series: The Ohio Weather Band

Local, Live concert series featuring The Ohio Weather Band, Saturday, December 19, 2020.  Enjoy the concert live in the theatre, or from the comfort of your own home with live stream access.

The Ohio Weather Band is a traveling rock & roll outfit from Akron, OH. The members consist of Corey King, Ray Lumpp and Derek Strata.

The band has performed at various venues and festivals across the country such as SXSW in Austin TX, The Bluebird Cafe in Nashville, TN, CLIF Bar headquarters in Emeryville, CA, in the mountains of Lake Tahoe, and on a floating stage on the Ohio River where they also worked with the environmental organization, Living Lands and Waters to rid the river of unnatural debris.

Their sound has been described as a combined mix of blues, classic rock, folk, and psychedelia with a unique layer of singer/songwriter elements and delivery to bring it all together.

OWB members are just as much a fan of music and performance as they are players, writers and performers themselves. Join us on December 19th to experience what this rubber town collective has to offer.

Preorder concessions to be delivered to your seats prior to showtime. Per statewide orders put in place regarding congregate areas, all concessions for this event must be preordered.

Series sponsored by:
    
Thomas & Bebe Bernabei, Carol Vaughn

Details

DOORS OPEN: 6:30 PM
ADMISSION: $25 in person, all seating is reserved. $10 for live stream access.
Tickets on sale to the public 11/16 at 11 AM.

Local, Live Concert Series: Hey Monea

Local, Live concert series featuring Hey Monea, celebrating the Canton Palace Theatre’s 94th anniversary Saturday, November 21, 2020.  Enjoy the concert live in the theatre, or from the comfort of your own home with live stream access.

Hey Monea is:
Dan Monea – vocalist, guitarist, shark fisherman, foodie
Nate Monea – vocalist, drummer, MacGyverer, skeptic

Hey Monea have always been driven by a healthy sense of wanderlust – a deep desire to see the world, try new things, and to challenge the limits of what is possible. This band of tender-hearted rascals, brothers, has been bonded by three albums, years of touring and recording, and a deep love of music and desire to bring people together. They’ve played festivals all over the world including Hard Rock Calling in London (Bruce Springsteen / Lady Antebellum), The Rock Boat (Sister Hazel / Barenaked Ladies), 311 Cruise, and even performed in the Pacific Islands. In addition to traditional touring, the band travels annually to Guatemala with an organization called The Music Is Love Exchange for a week of service work and performances at schools and hospitals.

Hey Monea’s pop-leaning rock music centers around emotionality and their soaring harmonies aim directly at the heart of the human spirit. Dan and Nate were raised Jehovah’s Witnesses and it was their family’s decision to leave that community that set the boys on a path toward
pursuing deeper connection points. Every tour stop is an opportunity to meet people, be of service, an effort to build bonds with their audience. The band refers to their extended community as their “ghetto family”, and the family reunion takes place at every show. “We love what we do, and we love being on the road. Connecting with people from every corner of the world through music brings real joy to us. Everybody has a story, and we want to hear that. And we want to share ours,” says Dan Monea.

“Lipstick” is the band’s latest single, a hotly-anticipated, fan-favorite song that the band has been playing at shows for the last few years. This serves as the follow up to “We’re Gonna Be OK”, featured in the NASCAR Heat 5 video game, a rallying cry for people around the world seeking connection and reassurance in these bizarre and uncertain times. Both songs follow 2019’s successful “Drinkin’ Claws”, a tribute to the very popular summer seltzer. All of these jams were recorded and produced at Hey Monea’s home Little C Studios in Canal Fulton, OH. Dan and Nate have contributed production and mixing service to artists including Meaghan Farrell, David Higgins, Golden Dimes, and TONY-nominee Constantine Maroulis.

Please visit www.heymonea.com for the latest news.

Preorder concessions to be delivered to your seats prior to showtime. Per statewide orders put in place regarding congregate areas, all concessions for this event must be preordered.

Series sponsored by:
    
Thomas & Bebe Bernabei, Carol Vaughn

Details

DOORS OPEN: 6:30 PM
ADMISSION: $35 in person, all seating is reserved. $10 for live stream access.
Tickets on sale to the public 10/26 at 11 AM.

Dwight Yoakam, presented by Latshaw Productions

**Tickets purchased for the concerts scheduled for May 3, 2020 or November 10, 2020 will be honored for this new date, but must be exchanged for a new ticket.  Refunds for the ticket price may be requested until November 6, 2020.  Remaining tickets for this new show date go on sale to the public Monday, November 9 at 11am**

Dwight Yoakam has sold more than 25 million albums worldwide, and he is a 21-time nominated, multiple GRAMMY Award winner. He has 12 gold albums and 9 platinum or multi-platinum albums, with five of those albums topping Billboard’s Country Albums chart and another 14 landing in the Top 10. Nearly 40 of Yoakam’s singles have charted on Billboard, with 14 peaking in the Top 10.

Yoakam’s self-curated SiriusXM channel, titled Dwight Yoakam and The Bakersfield Beat ‘Where Country Went Mod’, will launch in late April. The channel celebrates the Bakersfield sound and those whom it has inspired, including Buck Owens, Merle Haggard, Wynn Stewart, Tommy Collins, The Byrds, The Flying Burrito Brothers, Eagles, The Blasters, Lucinda Williams, and more. It encompasses all that is California country and country rock, in all of its various and varietal hybrid forms, from Ricky Nelson to Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt. The channel includes artists from the movement in LA in the early to middle ‘80s that Yoakam broke out of and features bands as diverse as X, Lone Justice and Los Lobos. This movement was encapsulated on the series of albums titled A Town South of Bakersfield and has led variations over time to the current continuing country scene in LA, all of which Yoakam has dubbed as a segment for his channel entitled “That Town South of Bakersfield: From Cow Punks to Now Punks”.

In 2016, Yoakam released his bluegrass album Swimmin’ Pools, Movie Stars… on Sugar Hill Records. Featuring a band of bluegrass luminaries, this album boasts a collection of reinterpreted favorites from his catalogue, as well as a cover of Prince’s “Purple Rain”. Produced by nine-time GRAMMY winner Gary Paczosa (Alison Krauss, Dolly Parton), Jon Randall (songwriter of “Whiskey Lullaby”), and Yoakam himself, and mixed by Chris Lord-Alge, this album reflects the love for bluegrass music that Yoakam developed at an early age in Kentucky and that has inspired him for many years thereafter.

In addition to his musical career, Yoakam is a formidable film and television actor who has appeared in over 40 feature films, including Sling Blade and Panic Room. In 2016, he recurred in David E. Kelley’s Amazon series Goliath. Recently, he appeared in director Steven Soderbergh’s film Logan Lucky with Channing Tatum and Daniel Craig. Yoakam is capable of seamlessly melting into his roles and impressively standing toe-to-toe with some of the world’s top thespians over the course of his storied and successful acting career, including Jodie Foster, Tommy Lee Jones, Jared Leto, Forest Whitaker, and Matthew McConaughey.

Details

DOORS OPEN: 7 PM
ADMISSION: $52, $72, $82, $122. All seats reserved.

World Ghost Hunting Day 2020

The Canton Palace Theatre and the crew from Team S.P.E.C.T.R.E. present a virtual ghost investigation in celebration of World Ghost Hunting Day 2020.

Join Team SPECTRE and North Canton Paranormal Detectives as they search for spirits at the Canton Palace Theatre. This video was recently recorded to give you an inside view of the equipment and the practices used during an investigation. The teams investigate several areas of the Palace that most visitors do not have the opportunity to see. The teams will use a mix of “old school” equipment and customized new equipment. Custom cameras seek evidence of spirit activity in complete darkness. Special microphones are utilized to bring the barely audible into our hearing spectrum. Watch the team use NCPD engineer Jeff Eastman’s newly designed paranormal tools, some of which have never been on any other show. NCPD has supplied specialized equipment to ghost hunter shows.  Join us in watching this new video and decide for yourself if you want to become a ghost hunter at the Canton Palace Theatre.

Purchase your Online Access for $10 by Friday, September 25 at 3pm. This is an online only event.  Ticket holders will be granted access to a private Facebook group to view the video.  Valid Facebook account and e-mail address required for participation.

www.nationalghosthuntingday.com

Outlaws, presented by C.Q. Promotions

For The Outlaws, it’s always been about the music. For more than 40 years, the Southern Rock legends have celebrated triumphs and endured tragedies to remain one of the most influential and best-loved bands of the genre. Today, The Outlaws have returned with new music, new focus and an uncompromising new mission: It’s about a band of brothers bound together by history, harmony and the road. It’s about a group that respects its own legacy while refusing to be defined by its past. But most of all, it’s about pride.

It’s About Pride was also the title of the band’s acclaimed 2012 album, universally hailed as their victorious comeback. “Because The Outlaws had been out of the public eye for so long, it was almost like starting over,” original singer/songwriter/guitarist Henry Paul explains. “But because of the band’s history, we’re still seeing this as a new chapter. What our fans loved then is what they still love now, because we are just as good or even better than we were.” For co-founding drummer/songwriter Monte Yoho, the journey is both bittersweet and jubilant. “I still think about the friends we made when we first came into this industry, how we struggled to define this thing that became known as ‘Southern Rock’,” Yoho says. “The Outlaws still embody all the things we shared musically and personally, most of all the relationship we have with our fans to this day.”

History lesson: Formed in Tampa in 1972, The Outlaws – known for their triple-guitar rock attack and three-part country harmonies – became one of the first acts signed by Clive Davis (at the urging of Ronnie Van Zant) to his then-fledgling Arista Records. The band’s first three albums The Outlaws, Lady In Waiting and Hurry Sundown – featuring such rock radio favorites as ‘There Goes Another Love Song’, ‘Green Grass & High Tides’, ‘Knoxville Girl’ and ‘Freeborn Man’ – would become worldwide gold and platinum landmarks of the Southern Rock era. Known as ‘The Florida Guitar Army’ by their fans, The Outlaws earned a formidable reputation as an incendiary live act touring with friends The Allman Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Marshall Tucker Band and The Charlie Daniels Band as well as The Doobie Brothers, The Who, Eagles and The Rolling Stones. Henry Paul left after the group’s third album to form The Henry Paul Band for Atlantic Records, and later co-founded the multi-Platinum country trio Blackhawk. Over the next 20+ years, The Outlaws would experience rampant personnel changes, tonal missteps, ill-fated reunions and bitter trademark battles that left fans – not to mention Paul and Yoho – frustrated and saddened. And with the tragic deaths of co-founding members Frank O’Keefe and Billy Jones in 1995, and especially songwriter/vocalist/lead guitarist Hughie Thomasson in 2007, it was feared that The Outlaws’ trail had come to an end.

“The Outlaws were the one area of my career where I had regrets,” admits Paul. “More importantly, I think it was the one area in my career where I thought I still have something to prove. I felt compelled to stick my neck out and take a chance of putting this band back together. I knew we would be judged, but I hoped we would be judged on our abilities.” Along with founding members Paul and Yoho, the band features several of Southern Rock’s most respected veterans: Keyboardist/vocalist Dave Robbins is a co-founding member of Blackhawk, and has written hit songs for artists that include Restless Heart, Kenny Rogers and Eric Clapton. Longtime Outlaws’ bassist/vocalist Randy Threet has performed with Trisha Yearwood, Pam Tillis and Blackhawk, and is familiar to TV audiences from USA Network’s ‘Nashville Star’. Lead guitarist Steve ‘Grits’ Grisham was a member of the Soldiers Of Fortune era Outlaws, as well as a noted songwriter whose tracks include The Henry Paul Band’s Top 40 hit, ‘Keepin’ Our Love Alive’. Co-lead guitarist Dale Oliver is one of Nashville’s most versatile producers/songwriters/musicians and was formerly Blackhawk’s lead guitarist and bandleader for more than 10 years, co-writing their hit ‘Almost A Memory Now’. “From the very beginning, The Outlaws had heart,” Monte Yoho says. “And a lot of people who come out and see this incarnation of the band now are responding to the exact same things we used to put on stage in the ‘70s and ‘80s.”

On that stage, the band burns hotter than ever: “The Outlaws helped define Southern Rock for me and for generations of fans,” wrote music journalist Bill Robinson in The Huffington Post. “Seeing them onstage with The Charlie Daniels Band, Marshall Tucker Band, Allman Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd or countless others was, for a long time, one of the best experiences I could have. And so it was again when I saw The Outlaws play recently.” The Outlaws’ live shows –vividly captured in their 2016 double album Legacy Live – are blazing 2+ hour tributes to the band’s rich history and fiery rebirth. Classic tracks and fan favorites from the first three albums – as well as The Henry Paul Band’s definitive ‘Grey Ghost’ – share the spotlight with new songs that are already being embraced by audiences. “I think our new material goes back to those first three classic albums, when the band was proud of its influences from country, blues and jazz,” says Paul. “Plus, Steve and Dale have honored and maybe even stepped up the legacy of the ‘guitar army’. Fans are coming away from shows feeling a renewed part of the Outlaws experience.”

The Outlaws are now headed back on the road, back on the radio and back into the hearts of fans nationwide. “I’m seeing this thing we’ve had for more than four decades be exposed to whole new audiences,” Monte Yoho says. “We’re having a second life as a band, and it feels better than ever. Best of all, I’m still doing it with some of the same people I’ve known for most of my life.”

“I want people to see our show, hear our new songs and realize that The Outlaws are back,” says Henry Paul. “Our goal is to unite the fans and bring the band back into the light. In a way, this is like a second chance at my first love. It’s about finishing what we started.” For Henry, Monte, Dave, Randy, Steve and Dale, it’s also about a band of brothers who love playing their own brand of rock, and who 40+ years ago first got the chance to share it with to the world.

For The Outlaws, it’s still about the music. And now more than ever, it’s about pride.

Details

DOORS OPEN: 7:00 PM
TICKETS: $34, $44, $54, $64. All seats reserved.  Service fees apply.

Magic in a Box: Remote Control with Max Major – Oct. 11

The Adirondack Theatre Festival and Bloomington Playwrights Project present In the Box Entertainment, interactive virtual experiences. All shows are ticketed live performances that will entertain audiences from the comfort of their homes.  “Our goal from the start was to create entertainment that isn’t a consolation prize for not having live theatre, but instead to develop an iteration of live theatre that benefits specifically from being digital.  We’re not putting our art form on Zoom, we’re creating an art form for Zoom,” states Chad Rabinovitz, Producing Artistic Director.

You’ll take part in this ground-breaking LIVE Show from the comfort of your own home, where world-renowned mentalist (and current contestant on America’s Got Talent), Max Major, will literally get inside your head through the screen. With an uncanny ability to predict thoughts and control the actions of others, this “real-life Sherlock Holmes,”leads at-home audiences through an intimate and fully interactive journey-together they discover the power of virtual connection made possible through hypnosis and mentalism.  The intrigue kicks off before the show even begins when each participant receives a special package in the mail-the contents of which cannot be revealed until Max gives the word…

Show only,  no-box options are also available for a reduced cost.

**Please note: this is a virtual event, enjoyed in the comfort of your home via a link e-mailed to ticket buyers the day of the performance.
Space is limited.

Showtimes:
Thursday, October 1 at 8pm
Friday, October 2 at 8pm
Saturday, October 3 at 8pm

Friday, October 9 at 8pm
Saturday, October 10 at 8pm
Sunday, October 11 at 8pm

Details

Price with box: $50 (available until 6 days prior to the show)
Price without box: $30 (available through the day of the show)
Only one ticket needed per household

Magic in a Box: Remote Control with Max Major – Oct. 10

The Adirondack Theatre Festival and Bloomington Playwrights Project present In the Box Entertainment, interactive virtual experiences. All shows are ticketed live performances that will entertain audiences from the comfort of their homes.  “Our goal from the start was to create entertainment that isn’t a consolation prize for not having live theatre, but instead to develop an iteration of live theatre that benefits specifically from being digital.  We’re not putting our art form on Zoom, we’re creating an art form for Zoom,” states Chad Rabinovitz, Producing Artistic Director.

You’ll take part in this ground-breaking LIVE Show from the comfort of your own home, where world-renowned mentalist (and current contestant on America’s Got Talent), Max Major, will literally get inside your head through the screen. With an uncanny ability to predict thoughts and control the actions of others, this “real-life Sherlock Holmes,”leads at-home audiences through an intimate and fully interactive journey-together they discover the power of virtual connection made possible through hypnosis and mentalism.  The intrigue kicks off before the show even begins when each participant receives a special package in the mail-the contents of which cannot be revealed until Max gives the word…

Show only,  no-box options are also available for a reduced cost.

**Please note: this is a virtual event, enjoyed in the comfort of your home via a link e-mailed to ticket buyers the day of the performance.
Space is limited.

Showtimes:
Thursday, October 1 at 8pm
Friday, October 2 at 8pm
Saturday, October 3 at 8pm

Friday, October 9 at 8pm
Saturday, October 10 at 8pm
Sunday, October 11 at 8pm

Details

Price with box: $50 (available until 6 days prior to the show)
Price without box: $30 (available through the day of the show)
Only one ticket needed per household

Magic in a Box: Remote Control with Max Major – Oct. 9

The Adirondack Theatre Festival and Bloomington Playwrights Project present In the Box Entertainment, interactive virtual experiences. All shows are ticketed live performances that will entertain audiences from the comfort of their homes.  “Our goal from the start was to create entertainment that isn’t a consolation prize for not having live theatre, but instead to develop an iteration of live theatre that benefits specifically from being digital.  We’re not putting our art form on Zoom, we’re creating an art form for Zoom,” states Chad Rabinovitz, Producing Artistic Director.

You’ll take part in this ground-breaking LIVE Show from the comfort of your own home, where world-renowned mentalist (and current contestant on America’s Got Talent), Max Major, will literally get inside your head through the screen. With an uncanny ability to predict thoughts and control the actions of others, this “real-life Sherlock Holmes,”leads at-home audiences through an intimate and fully interactive journey-together they discover the power of virtual connection made possible through hypnosis and mentalism.  The intrigue kicks off before the show even begins when each participant receives a special package in the mail-the contents of which cannot be revealed until Max gives the word…

Show only,  no-box options are also available for a reduced cost.

**Please note: this is a virtual event, enjoyed in the comfort of your home via a link e-mailed to ticket buyers the day of the performance.
Space is limited.

Showtimes:
Thursday, October 1 at 8pm
Friday, October 2 at 8pm
Saturday, October 3 at 8pm

Friday, October 9 at 8pm
Saturday, October 10 at 8pm
Sunday, October 11 at 8pm

Details

Price with box: $50 (available until 6 days prior to the show)
Price without box: $30 (available through the day of the show)
Only one ticket needed per household

Magic in a Box: Remote Control with Max Major- Oct. 3

The Adirondack Theatre Festival and Bloomington Playwrights Project present In the Box Entertainment, interactive virtual experiences. All shows are ticketed live performances that will entertain audiences from the comfort of their homes.  “Our goal from the start was to create entertainment that isn’t a consolation prize for not having live theatre, but instead to develop an iteration of live theatre that benefits specifically from being digital.  We’re not putting our art form on Zoom, we’re creating an art form for Zoom,” states Chad Rabinovitz, Producing Artistic Director.

You’ll take part in this ground-breaking LIVE Show from the comfort of your own home, where world-renowned mentalist (and current contestant on America’s Got Talent), Max Major, will literally get inside your head through the screen. With an uncanny ability to predict thoughts and control the actions of others, this “real-life Sherlock Holmes,”leads at-home audiences through an intimate and fully interactive journey-together they discover the power of virtual connection made possible through hypnosis and mentalism.  The intrigue kicks off before the show even begins when each participant receives a special package in the mail-the contents of which cannot be revealed until Max gives the word…

Show only,  no-box options are also available for a reduced cost.

**Please note: this is a virtual event, enjoyed in the comfort of your home via a link e-mailed to ticket buyers the day of the performance.
Space is limited.

Showtimes:
Thursday, October 1 at 8pm
Friday, October 2 at 8pm
Saturday, October 3 at 8pm

Friday, October 9 at 8pm
Saturday, October 10 at 8pm
Sunday, October 11 at 8pm

Details

Price with box: $50 (available until 6 days prior to the show)
Price without box: $30 (available through the day of the show)
Only one ticket needed per household

Magic in a Box: Remote Control with Max Major – Oct. 2

The Adirondack Theatre Festival and Bloomington Playwrights Project present In the Box Entertainment, interactive virtual experiences. All shows are ticketed live performances that will entertain audiences from the comfort of their homes.  “Our goal from the start was to create entertainment that isn’t a consolation prize for not having live theatre, but instead to develop an iteration of live theatre that benefits specifically from being digital.  We’re not putting our art form on Zoom, we’re creating an art form for Zoom,” states Chad Rabinovitz, Producing Artistic Director.

You’ll take part in this ground-breaking LIVE Show from the comfort of your own home, where world-renowned mentalist (and current contestant on America’s Got Talent), Max Major, will literally get inside your head through the screen. With an uncanny ability to predict thoughts and control the actions of others, this “real-life Sherlock Holmes,”leads at-home audiences through an intimate and fully interactive journey-together they discover the power of virtual connection made possible through hypnosis and mentalism.  The intrigue kicks off before the show even begins when each participant receives a special package in the mail-the contents of which cannot be revealed until Max gives the word…

Show only,  no-box options are also available for a reduced cost.

**Please note: this is a virtual event, enjoyed in the comfort of your home via a link e-mailed to ticket buyers the day of the performance.
Space is limited.

Showtimes:
Thursday, October 1 at 8pm
Friday, October 2 at 8pm
Saturday, October 3 at 8pm

Friday, October 9 at 8pm
Saturday, October 10 at 8pm
Sunday, October 11 at 8pm

Details

Price with box: $50 (available until 6 days prior to the show)
Price without box: $30 (available through the day of the show)
Only one ticket needed per household

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