We may be half way through our season, but there are some very exciting artists coming to KPC in 2017! And with more shows selling out this season than ever, you will want to get your tickets early. Here are just a few of our upcoming performances, but make sure to check out our calendar for the full list.
Must see artists:
California Guitar Trio + Montreal Guitar Trio – Saturday, February 11th, 8:00pm
Two guitar trios, one amazing night of music! The universe of guitar knows no boundaries for The California Guitar Trio. Since 1991, the group has enthralled listeners with a singular sound that fearlessly crisscrosses genres. When it comes to bridging diverse genres of music, Montreal Guitar Trio (MG3), has quickly established itself as a force to be reckoned with.
Sherman Alexie – Saturday, February 25th, 8:00pm
Author, poet, and screenwriter Sherman Alexie connects readers to the American Indian experience, making them laugh, cry, and think through his semi-autobiographical writings. He will be speaking at KPC on his newest topic, Security, Sovereignty, Selfishness: How to be a 21st Century American Nomad.
The Blind Boys of Alabama – Saturday, April 1st, 8:00pm
The Blind Boys of Alabama have the rare distinction of being recognized around the world. These living legends, known for their vocal harmonies, are helping to redefine modern gospel and soul music.
Aaron Neville – Wednesday, April 12th, 8:00pm
Grammy-award winning, R&B singer Aaron Neville, with his distinct New Orleans sound and unique voice, takes the KPC stage for a soulful performance. He will be performing hits from his newest album My True Story.
Arlo Guthrie – Friday, April 21st, 8:00pm
American folk singer/songwriter Arlo Guthrie comes to KPC for his 2016-17 Running Down The Road Tour. He will feature the best cuts from his catalog dating back to the late sixties and early seventies.
Shows for the whole family:
The Flying Karamazov Brothers – Saturday, February 18th, 2:00 & 6:00pm
The Flying Karamazov Brothers have shared stages and screens collaborating with Frank Sinatra, Placido Domingo, The Grateful Dead, The Who, Dolly Parton, Robin Williams, and many more. They are not your father’s wild-haired, juggling, flame-throwing, kilt-and-tutu-wearing performers. If you see one group of multi-faceted new-vaudevillians at the apex of their ambidextrous and alliterative ability, see The Flying Karamazov Brothers.
Enchantment Theatre Company’s Peter Rabbit Tales – March 11-12th, 11:00am & 3:00pm
This live theater production is based on three of Beatrix Potter’s “rabbit tales”: The Tale of Peter Rabbit, The Tale of Benjamin Bunny and The Tale of Mr. Tod. Peter Rabbit, his sister Flopsy and his cousin Benjamin are all grown up; Flopsy and Benjamin are married with baby bunnies of their own. When the nasty badger, Tommy Brock, decides to steal the babies, Peter and Benjamin set off on an adventure to rescue the bunnies.
StoryBook Theater: A Little Mermaid – Weekends, April 29-May 7th, 11:00am, 1:00pm, & 3:00pm
Life underwater isn’t easy for Sirena, a little mermaid who dreams of running and dancing. In this StoryBook version of Anderson’s classic, the audience decides whether Sirena should keep her legs or high-tail it back to sea.