Central Bank and Central Trust present Sounds of Summer, a free concert series to take place throughout the summer of 2018, at the Peace through People Pavilion located within the Dogwood Garden in the Springfield Botanical Gardens at Nathanael Greene/Close Memorial Park.
Downtown Springfield’s Founders Park hosts the annual Wednesday Concerts at Noon series Wednesdays, May 9-June 27, 12:15-12:45 p.m., at 330 E. Water St.
Guests are invited to bring their lunch to enjoy this free concert outdoor concert series, featuring a variety of local performers. Concerts include:
May 9 Joni Lemons, singer/guitarist
May 16 Anthony and The Clarkey, rock-n-roll band
May 23 Springfield Little Theatre, musical theater performance
May 30 US Air Force Bane, acoustic rock band
The Mid-Town Concert Series, a ministry of Central Christian Church, will present soprano Dawn Zahralban Gutierrez in concert on Sunday, March 4, 2018 at 3:00 p.m. Ms.
El Monstero is a must see for any Pink Floyd fan. The show is an edgier, more theatrical alternative to other tribute shows that are out there. Every year, the band sells out The Pageant in St. Louis for 7 consecutive nights.
Needless to say, it’s an immersive show; while ironic considering The Wall’s themes of isolation, the stage set-up makes for a thrilling communal experience.
BIG SMITH RETURNS!
(and they’re bringing some Garbonzos with them!!)
There are no adequate words to describe last New Year’s Eve. It was the reunion the Ozarks had been waiting for, as the hillbilly music of Big Smith was brought back for one night only.
Except we didn’t get nearly enough, and as good as it was; we can make it better! How you ask? We thought you would NEVER ask!
All are invited on Tuesday, December 12th for our annual OTC Concert Choir & Chamber Singers Winter Concert, “Songs of the Season”, led by Choir Director Alberta Smith. This year’s concert will be held at Drury’s historic Stone Chapel on 900 North Benton, Springfield, MO. The concert is from 7-8PM and is a free community event. Bring your friends and family!
It’s the parabolic motion of projectiles. Or, as Isaac Newton stated, what goes up must come down — that is, everything except Clutch.
Earth Rocker created an insurmountable peak. But Psychic Warfare has altered laws of physics by elevating the smart songwriting and impressive performances of that last album, setting an even higher benchmark as their now-definitive album to date.