This Bluegrass legend and multi-instrumentalist extraordinaire will take you on a musical journey like no other, showcasing his innovative fusion of genres and spellbinding stage presence. Don't miss this unforgettable night of live music with Sam Bush at the historic Newberry Opera House.
Behold the groundbreaking fusion of technology and dance with iLuminate. Since their acclaimed run-on America's Got Talent™ in 2011, iLuminate has captivated audiences worldwide with their electrifying performances. Witness dancers in glow-in-the-dark suits creating extraordinary illusions and dynamic routines on a darkened stage. Led by Miral Kotb, the visionary behind the patented iLuminate technology, this unique show combines explosive lighting effects and phenomenal dance moves that take you on an exhilarating journey.
Pulling from over 100 years of animation from around the world, The Queen’s Cartoonists bring animated films to life, perfectly synchronizing their performances with the films projected on stage. The band matches the energy of the cartoons, leading the audience through a world of virtuosic musicianship, multi-instrumental mayhem, and comedy.
Expect a night of pure musical magic! From traditional Irish ballads to contemporary classics, Emmet Cahill's repertoire spans the decades and the genres, offering something for everyone. Cahill, a Celtic Thunder member, will leave you breathless with his renditions of songs like "Danny Boy" and "Nessun Dorma" while his storytelling and humor will keep you invested throughout the show.
Get ready to be swept off your feet and transported to a world where traditional Irish music collides with vibrant contemporary sounds. Hailing from the green shores of Ireland, this dynamic trio will captivate you with their energetic performances, seamless harmonies, and unparalleled mastery of their instruments.
Garrison Keillor Tonight is an evening of stand-up, storytelling, audience song, and poetry. One man, one microphone. There are sung sonnets, limericks, and musical jokes; the thread that runs through it is the beauty of growing old. “His shows can, for a couple of hours, transform an audience of even so-called coastal elites into a small-town community with an intimacy only radio and its podcast descendants can achieve” -Chris Barton, LA Times