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Special performances coming soon to Performing Arts Center


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The City of Lancaster has announced the highly anticipated return of Lancaster Performing Arts Center (LPAC) programming for its 2023-2024 season. The lineup of unforgettable performances promises to dazzle audiences of all ages and interests.

"We extend a warm invitation to our community to join us for this extraordinary season of performances at LPAC," said Lancaster Mayor R. Rex Parris. "Let's come together as a community to celebrate the magic of live entertainment and create lasting memories that will resonate for years to come."

LPAC proudly presents an array of family-oriented performances, including outstanding acts such as SNAP, the TaikoProject, and other amazing performers who will take center stage. SNAP will mesmerize with mind-bending illusions and extraordinary feats of magic, while TaikoProject, a leading American ensemble of taiko drummers, will deliver a passionate musical performance combining percussive power, strength, grace, and movement. LPAC will also showcase delightful experiences with Animaniacs in Concert, Collision of Rhythm, and Robin Hood by Missoula Children’s Theatre, perfect for creating lasting memories with loved ones of all ages.

Music enthusiasts are in for a treat as LPAC hosts an eclectic mix of musical talents. Country music lovers can look forward to rising star RaeLynn, and for rock 'n' roll fans, Billboard chart-topping rock group Daughtry will bring their acoustic Bare Bones Tour to the main stage. Grammy Award-winning Richard Marx will grace LPAC with soulful melodies, offering an unforgettable night of rock and pop, and Mariachi Los Camperos, a Grammy Award-winning Los Angeles-based mariachi ensemble, will immerse audiences into the vibrant spirit of Mexico. These are just a few of the many amazing musical artists prepared to blow the audience away on LPAC’s stage.

LPAC visitors can also take a trip down memory lane with tribute performances that honor legendary artists. Pay homage to the incomparable Tom Petty with Roby Duron's can't-miss tribute, and revel in classic tribute performances like The Beat Goes On featuring Lisa McClowry as Cher and Trailblazing Women of Country, celebrating fearless female artists who have left an indelible mark on modern music.

Laughter will fill the air during comedy nights at LPAC. Prepare for an unforgettable evening with Felipe Esparza, a brilliant comedian, actor, and host of the "What's up Fool?" podcast, along with his recent star performance in the Netflix stand-up comedy special Bad Decisions. Audiences can also enjoy the comedic masterpiece, "My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish & I'm In Therapy" by Steve Solomon.

As the holiday season approaches, LPAC will be celebrating the joyous spirit with spectacular holiday season specials. Get into the swing of things with Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, where swinging melodies and holiday cheer unite in perfect harmony. A Celtic Christmas will offer a mesmerizing celebration of Celtic traditions that will transport the audience to a world of magical melodies and heartwarming moments.

“As we open the curtains on the 2023-2024 season at LPAC, we invite everyone to be part of this extraordinary celebration of the arts,” Parris added. “Join us as we experience the brilliance and talent of performers who will light up the stage and inspire us all.”

Tickets for LPAC's 2023-2024 season will be available for purchase at Pick 6 and Pick 10 packages will be available August 15 and general sales begin on August 18. Follow LPAC on social media for the latest updates and announcements regarding the season lineup and ticket sales.­