Concerts & Events

Coming to the Marion Ross Performing Arts Center

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The Elvis Show

March 2 – 7:30 p.m. ($20 in advance/$25 day of show)
Elvis may be gone, but the legend lives on! The Elvis Show is a tribute to the different periods of Elvis’ career featuring Joe Sir and the Rockabilly Rebels Band. From the hits of the 50s to his movies in the 60s, to the ’68 Comeback Special, his gospel music and his record breaking years in Las Vegas in the 70s. The show also pays tribute to Sun Records in Memphis, Tennessee and all the great artists who were there at the same time as Elvis, such as Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Roy Orbison. The Elvis Show captures the sound and look of an Elvis concert and is very interactive with the audience.


Scott Jasmin – Small Town Songs

March 9 – 7:30 p.m. ($15)
“Small Town Songs” is a collection of original Americana music by singer, songwriter and musician, Scott Jasmin. A folksy blend of styles, with hints of vintage pop, rock and even jazz, “Small Town Songs” invokes not only scenes from his childhood in Austin, Minnesota, but its music as well. The youngest of four boys, Jasmin enjoyed the music of the 80s as part of his teen years. But he also – almost by osmosis – has found 70s music “in my head and in my heart,” thanks to his older brothers, who introduced him to the likes of The Eagles, Poco and America. Three of his songs – “Small Town Life,” “Small Town Summer Nights,” and “Like Snow From Above,” will be offered on a sampler for sale at the show on Saturday. He hopes to record his entire album soon. Jasmin – a nurse – also operates his home-based Autumn Records. He is already thinking about a second volume of “Small Town Songs.”


Ole and Lena Live

March 15 & 16 – 7 p.m. ($15)
Using the small southeastern Minnesota town of Potsdam as Ole and Lena’s hometown, Mike and Julie Bateson bring the entire population of Potsdam, Minnesota – not to mention the crazy extended Gustafson family – to life. The theme by which Ole and Lena and the Batesons bring their plays to audiences is to have the audience explore the joys of life, love, family. This musical comedy’s title is “Ole Runs for Office.” It’s time again when Muskrat Lodge 3412 elects officers and Ole has decided to throw his hat in the ring and run against longtime nemesis, Knut Knutson. Ole and Sven have already decided that they need to put together a sneaky, tough and no-holds-barred campaign if Ole is every going to have a chance of winning. Lena says Ole spends far too much time at that smelly, old lodge already, and things this is one of the most hair-brained ideas that Ole has ever had. Will Lena talk Ole out of the political limelight or cave in to the glamour of being “first lady of the lodge?” Can Ole and Sven make it through the election without causing an international Muskrat lodge investigation looking into dirty campaign tricks? Be a part of all of the craziness when you, the audience, determines the outcome in this laugh riot!



May 4 – 7:30 p.m. ($22)
Zed-Leppelin has restored the thunder to the Hammer of the Gods. This nationally renowned Led Zeppelin Tribute is continuing its quest to spread the word that Led Zeppelin is the most powerful and influential rock band to ever grace the earth. You will be exposed to all the sights, sounds and pageantry of a Led Zeppelin show from yesteryear. Acrylic amber drums, double-neck guitars, thick fluid bass lines, and powerful wailing vocals are just the tip of the iceberg. Zed-Leppelin takes everyone’s favorite Led Zeppelin classic song and reproduces it to perfection.



Country Roads – John Denver Tribute

May 10 – 7:30 p.m. ($23)
Don’t miss the authentic sounds of John Denver in this Table Salt Production of “Country Roads” the music of John Denver. Frontman Dennis Curley’s tribute show to one of America’s best-loved performers draws deeply on Curley’s own love of John Denver’s music. Backed by a fantastic band, Curley’s renditions of the music of John Denver is sure to bring a smile to audiences of all ages. Some of the featured tunes include: “Take Me Home, Country Roads,” “Rocky Mountain High,” “Leaving on a Jet Plane,” and “Thank God I’m a Country Boy.” Curley intersperses the songs with personal recollections of growing up with John Denver’s music, as well as stories from friends and family that will touch your heart and tickle your funny bone.

*All shows are subject to booking changes, please double check Wiztix for individual show pricing.