Upcoming Events

Last Ham Standing Last Ham Standing

Don’t miss this hilarious show full of laughs for the entire family. A group of talented performers take suggestions from the audience to create wacky scenes and funny improv games. If you like Whose Line Is It Anyway?, you’ll love Last Ham Standing, the other comedy meat!
Tickets: $12 Adult, $10 Student, $8 Child. Visit www.lastham.com or click below to buy online

Danny KnicelyDanny Knicely

Danny Knicely returns to Franklin Park for his 9th annual “Big Winter Concert”. Danny continues to dazzle audiences with a variety of world-class musical performances. This year’s event features some of his most adventurous and explosively creative musical partners. This year’s show is entitled The Meaning of Buckdance.  It is a collaborative dance piece exploring the connections between flatfooting, clogging, tap and urban dance.  It features members of Urban Artistry, Good Foot Dance Comapany and Baakari Wilder, with live music from Danny Knicely, Jabari Exum and Aimee Curl.
Tickets: $20 in advance, $22 at door – reserve by calling 540-338-7973
Saturday, January 31 @ 8:00PM

Black & WhiteIn the Gallery:
Black & White

Our Black & White exhibit includes over 50 creative works by regional artists and craftspeople done in black and white using a wide variety of media and techniques. Works are on display and for sale in the Lobby Gallery.

Robbie Limon plays Hank WilliamsLovesick Blues:
The Life & Music of Hank Williams Sr
Featuring Robbie Limon

Lovesick Blues is a 90-minute musical theater event which chronicles the significant phases of America’s most influentials singer-songwriter as he drives his promising career to an early end. Robbie Limon gives an award-winning characterization of Williams’ life, supported on stage by a classic country string quartet. All songs are full length renditions using instrumentation and arrangements as recorded throughout the 1940s.
Tickets: $20 All Seats. Click below to purchase on-line

like a patchwork quiltMain Street Theater presents: Take 2 Life in Review

The most important thing in life is love and this Valentine’s weekend we’re celebrating all the different kinds of love that bind us together, much like a patchwork quilt. Our quilt of characters will be sewn together through music that spans generations. Featuring talented singers and actors young and old, do a “Take Two” and watch “Life in Review”.

Tickets: $23 Adult, $20 Student/Senior
Call 540-751-9588 or email your reservation to KarlahLouis@aol.com
Friday, February 13, 2015 @ 8:00PM
Saturday, February 14, 2015 @ 8:00PM
Sunday, February 15, 2015 @ 2:00PM

LunasaLúnasa

Internationally recognized as the finest Irish instrumental band of recent times, Lunasa has performed around the world, appearing at venues including the White House, the Hollywood Bowl and the Sydney Opera House. Now on tour from Ireland, Lunasa is coming to Franklin Park to inaugurate a new tradition: a St. Patrick’s Day concert. Join us to hear the passion and virtuosity that has brought Lunasa to the forefront of authentic Celtic music.

A Gold Star Performance sponsored by Friends of Franklin Park Arts Center

Tickets: $55

April 2015

Red MollyRed Molly

American powerhouse vocal trio Red Molly is known for its gorgeous harmonies, musicianship, infectious song writing and warm stage presence. Laurie McAlister (bass) Abbie Gardner (Dobro) and Molly Venter (guitar) weave together the threads of American music: from folk roots to bluegrass, from heartbreaking ballads to barn-burning honky tonk, effortlessly blending their voices into their signature three part harmonies. Gracing stages from Denver to Denmark, and Austin to Australia, Red Molly is now appearing at Franklin Park. Their latest CD, “The Red Album”, released in May 2014, was featured in USA Today.

A Gold Star Performance sponsored by Friends of Franklin Park Arts Center

Tickets: $35 for main section, $25 for rear section

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