Howie Mandel, Olivia Newton-John, and Art Garfunkel to Headline the 2017-2018 LPAC Season
Tickets Available for Purchase Beginning Monday, August 7
The Lancaster Performing Arts Center (LPAC), a premier venue for world class entertainment nestled in the heart of The BLVD Cultural District, is preparing to open the doors for its 26th season – with tickets available for purchase Monday, August 7.
The 2017 - 2018 season continues LPAC’s tradition of engaging the community in the arts by providing an outstanding lineup of music, dance, comedy, and family entertainment. The opening performance on September 8 will be Emmy nominated comedian Howie Mandel – sporting his frank and quirky look at everyday life.
A number of other headliners are also set to light up the stage this year, including country star Billy Ray Cyrus; legendary singer and songwriter, Art Garfunkel; the edgy violin duo, Black Violin; Christian artist Plumb; musical trio Wilson Phillips; The Lettermen; Chubby Checker; The Manhattan Transfer; and Jane Lynch.
The LPAC is also pleased to announce that tickets for LIV ON featuring Olivia Newton-John on October 27 will be available for purchase as well. The season concludes May 18, 2018 with comedian Vicki Lawrence and Mama – A Two Woman Show.
This season boasts a number of shows that every member of the family can enjoy. Family shows include the Martial Artists and Acrobats of Tianjin; the Stunt Dog Experience; the Pat Boone Christmas Show; BODYTRAFFIC dance troupe; Michael Grandinetti: Illusion on the Cutting Edge; and The Missoula Children’s Theatre performing Gulliver’s Travels. Many of the shows this season are priced at $10 or less for youth 18 and under.
For patrons who enjoy attending several shows throughout the season, purchasing a subscription package is a great option. The Pick 6 package requires a minimum purchase of six different shows; while the Pick 10 package requires a purchase of ten or more shows. A savings of up to 15% is included with these subscription packages.
A complete list of performances can be found at lpac.org. To purchase tickets, patrons may call (661) 723-5950 or visit the LPAC Box Office, located at 750 W. Lancaster Blvd.