The King

The King

The ultimate Elvis Tribute show starring the phenomenal Tyler Christopher! Elvis' contribution to Rock and Roll and American culture cannot be over-emphasized.

Elvis is such an icon that he became known simply as "The King". Throughout the evening audience members will go on a musical journey of three major historical periods in Elvis' career: The early years in the fifties when a young Elvis became an overnight sensation; The '68 Comeback Special when Elvis made his triumphant energized return from years in Hollywood; and finally the 70's when Elvis electrified audiences in Las Vegas and toured the country as a living musical icon.

Sponsored by Hills O' Brown Vacation Rentals

There are too many hits to list, but come and see all Elvis' amazing chart-topping songs such as Hound Dog, Don't Be Cruel, Heartbreak Hotel, Blue Suede Shoes, Suspicious Minds, and many, many more.

“The Art of Radio"

“The Art of Radio David Ossman and Phil Proctor will perform a very special 2-man multi-media comedy show  The Art of Radio with Phil Proctor and David Ossman - What's Left of the Firesign Theatre presented and sponsored by The Friends of the Firehouse Follies from Bloomington, Indiana.

The show will last approximately 90 minutes including a Q&A session with David and Phil.

Ossman and Proctor were a part of the four-man team that made up the original “Firesign Theatre,” an iconic comedy group that got its start on listener-supported radio in Los Angeles in 1966. The group was nominated for three Grammy awards, and was named by Entertainment magazine as one of the “Thirty Greatest Acts of All Time.” The other two members of the Firesign team, Peter Bergman and Phil Austin, have passed away.

Proctor, of Amish and Irish origins, originally hails from Goshen, Indiana, but the group has never performed in the Hoosier state, even though there has been speculation (neither confirmed nor denied) that the town of “Billville,” celebrated in works such as “Boom dot Bust” was in fact based on Bloomington.

Tickets: General admission - $25 | Doors open 7 pm
VIP package - $40 | Doors open 6:30 pm | Meet and Greet, Preferred Seating, Discounted Price for CD copies of "Don't Touch that Dwarf, Hand Me the Pliers" signed by all 4 players, Glass of Wine or Beer.
Date Friday, May 31, 2019 · 7:30 pm

George Jones & Tammy Wynette: Tribute

George Jones & Tammy Wynette: Tribute Two of country music's biggest talents combined their lives resulting in some of the world's most heartbreaking songs. Tumultuous times inspired such classics as "He Stopped Loving Her Today", "Stand By Your Man", and so many more.. A Branson-style show of legendary greats.
Date Saturday, June 1, 2019 · 7:30 pm

I've Got The Music In Me 2019

I've Got The Music In Me 2019

A Branson, MO styled show featuring music of the 1960's and 70's. This hit musical production will take you back to the days of beach blankets to the BeeGees, the British Invasion and Motown. With over 70 songs represented in this two hour show, audiences enjoy selections such as Breakin' Up Is Hard To Do, It's My Party, Bridge Over Troubled Waters and who can forget the tight harmonies of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons...the list goes on. Enjoy the high energy of this outta site journey of music, dance and the rockin' harmonies of the day. $22.50/$21.50

 

Tickets $21.50/$22.50
$22.50

ICE - Indiana Clarinet Experience Finale Concert

ICE - Indiana Clarinet Experience Finale Concert A free concert featuring the campers from ICE, a six day music camp in Nashville, Indiana. Made by clarinet teachers for students of all levels, ICE is unlike any other music camp. Come to the Clarinet Cabin. Meet new friends from around the state. Play great music. Learn from great teachers. Make memories that will last a lifetime. Learn more about this amazing camp - view their website. 

The concert is the finale of the music camp, come listen to their accomplishments over the 6 days of camp. FREE!
Date Saturday, June 8, 2019 · 11:30 am

Flatland Harmony Experiment

Flatland Harmony Experiment

Flatland Harmony Experiment is a high octane three piece vocally driven string band from Indianapolis Indiana. Flatland Harmony Experiment dances with a single large diaphragm condenser microphone to share their music with audiences. The trio trades lead vocal and lead instrumental responsibilities through a large and diverse original musical pallet. The instrumental mix of mandolin, banjo, and upright bass allows ample space for musical experimentation and expression.

Concessions available, doors open at 7 pm. General admission seating, first come, first serve.

Date Friday, June 14, 2019 · 7:30 pm

Hopkins and Miller's Sunset Stomp Dixieland Band

Hopkins and Miller's Sunset Stomp Dixieland Band The Sunset Stomp Jazz Band is named after the often overlooked Louis Armstrong tune, The Sunset Café Stomp. The band has taken the jazz community by storm, playing at venues across the region. Repertoire includes tunes such as the classic "Dallas Blues", "All of Me", Jelly Roll's "Sweet Substitute", Louis Armstrong's "Atlanta Blues" and "Little Girl" just to name a few.

Join us for an evening of traditional Dixieland favorites and New Orleans Gospel gems, as the Sunset Stomp Dixieland Band, under the direction of Shelby County vocalist Kathleen Miller and her musical partner banjoist, Robin Hopkins, take us on a musical journey.

Concessions available, doors open at 7 pm. Reserved seating available first 4 rows - $25. General admission seating $15.
Date Saturday, June 15, 2019 · 7:30 pm

Brown County Community Band presents the Tunes of the 40's, 50's and Beyond

Brown County Community Band presents the Tunes of the 40's, 50's and Beyond The Brown County Community Band presents "The Tunes of the 40's, 50's and Beyond. This concert is being performed by the Community Band and is a fundraiser/benefit for the Brown County Playhouse. Concessions will be available, doors open at 7 pm, concert begins at 7:30 pm. Adults $12/Seniors 60+ $8 plus additional ticketing fees. 
Date Friday, June 21, 2019 · 7:30 pm

"Loving the Big Band Sounds" presented by Sounds of Dreams

Sounds of Dreams has a spirit of being laid back but full of energy. The members of the band are incredible musicians, all team players, full of encouragement and humor. When you hear and see the band – there is a real sense of joy coming from the bandstand.

Seventeen musicians bring back the sounds of Glen Miller, Count Basie, Duke Ellington and Stan Kenton. Add our outstanding vocalists and we add a special touch to The Great American Songbook. We stay current with musical selections from newer performers like Nora Jones, Diana Krall and Michael Buble’. Dreams do come true. I have heard them when I was young and am leading them today – Ron Duncan, bandleader.

Concessions available, doors open at 7 pm, concert begins at 7:30 pm | Tickets Adults $15 / Seniors $12

Date Saturday, June 22, 2019 · 7:30 am

The Thomas Brothers

The Thomas Brothers

As seen headlining in Branson, MO., touring with the Osmond Brothers, and taking their show world-wide, Ross and Rhett Thomas are looking forward to a repeat performance at the Brown County Playhouse. Audiences enjoy music of the 50’s, 60's, the best of Broadway, Country, Gospel and much more. While connecting with their audience through music, dance and laughter, they pay tribute to the classics while bringing in the new. This brother team involves the crowd with favorites by The Righteous Brothers, The Eagles, Bobby Darin, Michael Buble and Elvis to name a few. So feel free to sing along and dance the night away! From the Everly Brothers to Broadway’s Phantom of the Opera, this duo speaks variety, professionalism and true showmanship.

Concessions available, doors open 7 pm, showtime 7:30 pm. Tickets $23.50/$22.50