HACA announces upcoming season

COURTESY PHOTO The Hall Sisters will open the 2022-23 Huron Area Concert Association Season with a performance on Oct. 18.

The Huron Area Concert Association (HACA) has completed its record-breaking 50th anniversary season and is very appreciative of the continued support of their many patrons and business partners.  

The 2022-2023 season promises to be full of variety and outstanding world-class, family-friendly entertainment. The ticket prices will remain the same.

With a recent adjustment in Executive Board duties, several more sales associates are needed. If you want to learn how to earn one or more free season memberships, please call President Emma Tschetter at 605-353-4939.

Taking the stage at Huron High School on Tuesday, Oct. 18, will be The Hall Sisters, four siblings who form an up-and-coming premier act in the country pop genre. They have performed at The Grand Old Opry, Carnegie Hall and the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Cherish the Ladies, an all-female Irish music ensemble will entertain at James Valley Christian School on Saturday, Nov. 5.  Their performances have been enjoyed by audiences at the White House and Olympics, among many others.

Tuesday, Feb. 14, will find the Travis Anderson Trio at Huron High School. They will bring many smiles as they perform familiar music from the ’60s TV themes, Disney, pop and jazz standards.

Patrons will enjoy a trip down memory lane as Forever Simon & Garfunkel perform the timeless hits of Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel on Wednesday, March 1, at Huron High School. Billed as the best selling duo in rock ‘n roll history, this program will delight everyone.

Country music lovers will enjoy The Patsy Cline Project onThursday, March 16, in Huron High School. Lisa Brokop will pay homage to one of country music’s greatest ladies with hits like “Sweet Dreams” and Walkin’ After Midnight.”

All Huron concerts will begin at 7:30 p.m. With the reciprocity agreement continuing, Huron patrons may also attend concerts in Mitchell, Pierre and Gettysburg on the same ticket. Redfield Area Concert Association decided to disband after last season.  

Mitchell Area Concert Association’s programs will all begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center. Based in Minneapolis, Copper Street Brass will present a lively program of music from the ’70s on Sept. 20; Ernie Haas & Signature Sound will present a don’t miss program of Decades of Love on Nov. 11; Dan Miller’s Country Music Revue will have country music fans singing alone to their favorites on Feb. 19; and Forever Simon & Garfunkel will present their program May 1.

Pierre Concert Series will begin all their concerts at 7 p.m. Copper Street Brass will perform Sept. 21 in Riggs Theatre the day after their appearance in Mitchell;  The Dakota Ragtime Trio, performing Nov. 6, is a collection of South Dakota artists who will perform in Riggs Theatre; Dan Miller Cowboy Revue will perform on March 8; and Brothers, performing May 8,  will pay tribute to such “musical brothers” as Lennon & McCartney, Righteous Brothers, Beach Boys and more in their appearance at Lutheran Memorial Church.

The High Plains Concert Series in Gettysburg will host Brothers on Sept. 30; Backtrack Vocals, performing March 23, is a five person professional a cappella singing group that puts a new twist on old favorites; and How Sweet It Is will perform a James Taylor tribute on April 25.  All the Gettysburg concerts will take place in the American Legion.

To learn more about each entertainer, visit www.alliedconcertservices.com then click on “Go To The 2202-2203 Attractions” and scroll down to your favorite artist. The Huron membership drive will begin in August so please mark your calendars for another year of amazing talent. More concert details will be made available as the season progresses.     


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