Holiday music lined up through December at Lake Theater
The Music Monday concert series at Lake Theater and Cafe continues with holiday and special performances through the New Year. Mark your calendar for these special events. Concerts start at 7 p.m. and doors open at 6 p.m. Tickets are available online at laketheatercafe-com.seatengine.com until 4 p.m. or at the door.
"Over half of all the shows sell out and advance ticket purchase is highly recommended," says concert curator Dean Mueller. The series was voted Best Blues Venue by the Cascade Blues Association in 2016.Nov. 26, Michael Allen Harrison brings the holiday spirit to the Music Mondays series with Julianne Johnson and Harrison's Super Band. Tickets are $25 per person or $140 for VIP seating for four closest to the stage. Dec. 3, Canada's Classic Bluesman Harpdog Brown is on the road again and he's bringing the Uptown Blues Band back to the Music Monday stage. Tickets are $20 each or $100 for VIP seating for four closest to the stage. Dec. 9 and 10 hear Acoustic Guitar Summit Christmas with Terry Robb, Mark Hanson and Doug Smith, three of the country's best fingerstyle guitarists. Smith and Hanson won Grammys in 2005 for their contributions to the Henry Mancini Pink Guitar CD. Robb has been a perennial winner of the Cascade Blues Association's award as the Top Acoustic Blues Guitarist and was recently inducted into the Oregon Music Hall of Fame. Tickets are $20 each or $100 for VIP seating for four closest to the stage. Dec. 17 Sugar and Spice, a holiday treat with LaRhonda Steele and Julie Amici, backed by an all-star band consisting of Dean Mueller, Dave Fleschner and Carlton Jackson. Steele and Amici were both honored last year by the Cascade Blues Association; Steele as the Best Female Vocalist and Amici as the Best Traditional Act. This show will showcase various styles of jazz, blues, R&B, soul and a touch of Christmas. Tickets are $20 each or $120 for VIP seating for four closest to the stage.
Lake Theater and Cafe is located at 106 N. State St., in Lake Oswego. Visit laketheatercafe-com/seatengine.com to learn more.
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