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DCA ANNOUNCES 2018 WINTER LINEUP!
On the heels of a successful summer and fall season, Door Community Auditorium (DCA) announces a winter season packed with entertainment. Invigorating shows on DCA’s state-of-the-art main stage, coffeehouse concerts in DCA’s cozy lobby, compelling lectures, and free film screenings will make for a full and diverse calendar of events at DCA this winter.
All tickets go on sale, Friday, November 10. See you at showtime!
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The Songs of pat mAcdonald by the Artists of Steel Bridge Songfest
Saturday, July 29 @ 8:00 pm
Tickets: $20 / $26 / $28 – $10 for Students 18 & Under
Date: Saturday, July 29, 2017 | Time: 8 p.m.
Plus, Pre-Show Courtyard Concert & Potluck at 6 p.m.
So many artists wanted to be involved in this one-of-a-kind concert that we added a special DCA courtyard performance which will include 12 pat mAc songs from artists ranging from James Hall to Deathfolk. Hot dogs, ‘not-dogs’, chips, sides and beverages provided by DCA. Attendees are encouraged to bring a clearly-marked dish to share.
Note: Door Community Auditorium sits on school property – no alcoholic beverages or tobacco use are permitted on premises.
Dozens of artists from Steel Bridge Songfest—the annual collaborative songwriting festival mAcdonald founded more than a decade ago—will join forces to celebrate mAcdonald’s storied creativity and musicianship.
Singer, guitarist, and songwriter pat mAcdonald grew up in Green Bay, gained fame in the duo Timbuk3 (known for their hit “The Future’s So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades”), traveled the world as a musician, and now lives in Sturgeon Bay. Artists as well-known as Aerosmith, Cher, and Billy Ray Cyrus have recorded his songs, but on this evening at DCA, it’s musicians with Door County connections who will give voice to mAcdonald’s acclaimed canon of work.
“Playful, edgy songs.” – Guitar Player Magazine
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