Shows ahead | Arcadia Theater Announces New Season Lineup | News

WINDBER — For its 2022 season, Windber’s Arcadia Theater is presenting a schedule of performances that organizers say will keep patrons moving throughout the year.

“We really listen to a lot of what people are telling us about shows they would like to see and shows they’ve seen in the past that they would like us to bring back,” said Jerry Ledney, the theater’s executive director. . .

“We also have a programming committee that reviews the shows, so when choosing the season, that’s a set of ideas that we work on.”

He said the season features a variety of music, including classic rock, pop, oldies, doo-wop and holiday tunes.

“A lot of these shows were booked two years ago and we had to postpone them because of COVID-19,” Ledney said.

“We are able to bring them back now, and they have been extremely pleasant to work with and happy to come to the theatre. We are also looking forward to welcoming people back, and they are ready to come back.

All shows will start at 7:30 p.m.

The season will start with Fleetwood Mac Mania March 26.

Each veteran player in the group brings a spirit to recreate the look of Fleetwood Mac and Stevie Nicks with incredible precision. The harmonies, instrumentation and on-stage chemistry have wowed audiences from coast to coast.

The band earned a reputation as the most authentic Fleetwood Mac tribute band in North America.

“It’s a new show for us,” Ledney said.

“We’ve had Fleetwood Mac shows before, but they’re a different band. It’s going to be an exciting show, and if you’re a Fleetwood Mac fan, you’ll hear all the songs you know and more.

Tickets are $35, $37 and $39.

“Face to Face” – Tribute to Billy Joel and Elton John will be presented on April 23.

Jeff Scott has been performing the music of Elton John for over 20 years and Jeff Brewer is a world-class Billy Joel tribute artist who has entertained audiences in the United States and Canada.

The performance is a recreation of the world tour, featuring the greatest hits from both artists.

“It’s the first time for them here at the Arcadia,” Ledney said.

Tickets are $35, $37 and $39.

“Hotel California” – Tribute to the Eagles will present his show at the theater on May 13.

The band faithfully and accurately reproduces the sound of the Eagles, recreating a classic sound that transcends the boundaries of rock, rhythm and blues and country.

Licensed by the Eagles, the show offers a modern, action-packed, fully produced performance, Ledney said.

“It’s one of the biggest shows we do at the theater,” he said.

Tickets are $44, $48 and $52.

“Let’s Hang On” – Music by Frankie Valli will bring his vocal harmonies to the theater on June 25.

The band is the most popular Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons show in the country and features a full stage production with that Four Seasons sound, crisp horeography and a four to seven piece live band.

The show also pays homage to the Broadway show “Jersey Boys”.

“It’s a favorite show, and it’s been at least three or four years since they came back,” Ledney said.

Tickets are $36, $40 and $44.

The theater will be all shaken when Rick Alviti presents his Tribute to Elvis Presley July 30.

Alviti has performed across the country and in many parts of the world, from the Wynn Resort in Las Vegas and the Turning Stone Casino in New York to state fairs, corporate events and private parties. He also performed in Malaysia for the Prime Minister.

The tribute is full of energy and full of interaction with the audience.

“Elvis has always been extremely popular at the Arcadia,” Ledney said. “He does all the ages of Elvis, from youngest to oldest, and does the costume changes.”

Tickets are $32, $36 and $40.

Live tribute to “Simply Queen” will rock the theater on August 13.

The band performs the iconic songs that made Queen one of the most legendary rock bands of all time and faithfully recreates the great scope of Queen’s live shows, both musically and visually, with attention to detail. , capturing Queen’s incredible live experience that filled stadiums around the world.

The group has headlined festivals, theaters and arenas across the United States and Canada.

“It’s a new show for us, and it appeals to people of all ages,” Ledney said.

Tickets are $32, $36 and $40.

The rock sound of “Hollywood Nights” – A Bob Seger Experience will be heard on September 17.

The New Jersey-based band set out to recreate everything about Seger and his music, down to the smallest detail.

With a rock-solid history of giving their all in every performance and an unwavering dedication to the DIY work ethic, the band helped define the landscape of today’s top tribute acts, Ledney said.

Tickets are $38, $40 and $42.

“Rave!” – Music by Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly will be presented on October 8.

The three-piece band from New Jersey, formed in 2009, focuses on early rock ‘n’ roll music that paved the way for the genre and influenced the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen.

Audiences will hear classic hits such as “Pretty Woman”, “That’ll Be the Day”, “Peggy Sue”, “Crying”, “Only the Lonely” and “Not Fade Away”.

“You can’t believe the music three people on stage can produce,” Ledney said.

Tickets are $22, $26 and $30.

“I Got You Baby” – Sonny & Cher Tribute Show will be presented on October 22.

This high-energy variety show will visually captivate audiences with elaborate costume changes, classic TV commercials and special guest performances from Tom Jones, Elton John and Rod Stewart.

The show features comedy sketches and a song for all the classic hits, including “I Got You Babe”, “Baby Don’t Go”, and “All I Ever Need Is You”.

“It’s very much like the 70s TV show,” Ledney said.

“Tickets are $35, $37 and $39.

The holiday season will begin when Ornament – ​​The Music of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra occurs on November 12.

The 11-piece rock orchestra specializes in tribute to the Trans-Siberian Orchestra and offers a full musical production, complete with a sound system and light show.

Using traditional Christmas carols and songs set to rock, blues and gospel music, the show tells a moving story, helping to inspire all who hear it throughout the holiday season.

“It’s as close as you can get to the real Trans-Siberian Orchestra on a stage our size,” Ledney said. “The talent is first class.”

Tickets are $32, $36 and $40.

The season will end on December 8 with “Lonely Man” – Tribute to Neil Diamond.

Will Chalmers has been paying tribute to Neil Diamond for eight years.

Chalmers’ natural resemblance to Diamond and his reproduction of Diamond’s singing voice, combined with his stage presence, has captivated audiences wherever they go.

Tickets are $38, $40 and $42.

Gift certificates are available for all shows.

Box office hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Friday.

To order tickets, call 814-467-9070 or visit

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