Country Stars, A Capella and Fan Favorites at the Music Circus and Melody Tent This Summer
2nd Announcement of the 2014 Summer Concert Season On Sale TODAY
February 22, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Critically acclaimed country stars Martina McBride and Trace Adkins will be returning to the Music Circus and the Melody Tent this summer. Also on the schedule are a cappella powerhouse Straight No Chaser; fan favorites Huey Lewis and The News; and instrumental phenom Chris Botti. All shows on the Music Circus and Melody Tent's second announcement are on sale to the general public today.
"Martina McBride has a large, loyal fanbase. We've been getting requests from her fans on social media," commented Deanna Lohnes, Marketing Associate for both venues, "We have a terrific mix of shows this season. Fans of all the artists we've announced are letting us know how excited they are to see these performers live."
Tickets for all shows on this announcement are on sale now. See the chart below to see who is performing at which venue.
Cape Cod Melody Tent Date Time
Straight No Chaser 11-Jul Show at 8 PM, door at 7 PM
Martina McBride 12-Jul Show at 7:30 PM, door at 6:30
Trace Adkins 3-Aug Show at 8 PM, door at 7 PM
Chris Botti 9-Aug Show at 8 PM, door at 7 PM
South Shore Music Circus Date Time
Martina McBride 11-Jul Show at 7:30 PM, door at 6:30
Straight No Chaser 12-Jul Show at 8 PM, door at 7 PM
Huey Lewis & The News 13-Jul Show at 7:30 PM, door at 6:30
Trace Adkins 2-Aug Show at 8 PM, door at 7 PM
About South Shore Playhouse Associates, The South Shore Music Circus & The Cape Cod Melody Tent:
The South Shore Playhouse Associates (SSPA) is a not-for-profit organization which runs the South Shore Music Circus and Cape Cod Melody Tent. The only two continuously-operating tent theatres in the United States, the South Shore Music Circus and Cape Cod Melody Tent have hosted world-class entertainment in the round for more than 60 years, serving nearly 200,000 patrons annually. South Shore Playhouse Associates supports arts and education in Southeastern Massachusetts. In the past decade, the SSPA has distributed more than $3.7 million to other local non-profit organizations.
Categories: Performing Arts