The Jefferson Council for the Performing Arts is excited to announce its 38th season (has been set). The 2015-16 "Encore" season, (titled “Encore”) is bringing back some (of our) favorite shows from previous seasons and also (plus) introducing a new upcoming performer. All shows will be held at the Jefferson High School Auditorium, 700 W. Milwaukee Street, Jefferson, WI.
United States Navy Band
The Navy Band will be "on deck" to play a variety of songs which promises to be very entertaining to a wide range of ages on September 12, 2015. With your season ticket purchase, you will also receive your reserved seat for this show.
September 12, 2015 / Saturday (FREE Admission)
The season starts with a group called, Vocal Trash. This Texas based group has been engaging audiences with their unique and exciting brand of entertainment for over a decade. Their energizing show will reach all ages (young and more mature). On October 2nd there will be two student shows: 9:00 am and 1:00 pm. These student shows promote "green" sustainability and social environmental awareness. Tickets for the student show will be $5. Chaperons are complimentary. This is an action packed performance with high energy peaked performance.
(Student shows, only & Chaperons)
October 2, 2015 / Friday @ 9 am & 1 pm ($5 per student)
October 3, 2015 / Saturday @ 7 pm
Tickets cost $27 for Adults, $25 for Seniors, and $15 for Students.
Fisher Family Christmas
November 21, will bring the Fisher Family back to the stage, for their Christmas Show. This local family will share their faith through vocal and instrumental selections. Their style uniquely utilizes a wide range of percussion instruments including steel drums, marching drums, marimbas, vibraphones, xylophones bells, chimes, and more. The blend of their voices in harmonious melodies will bring joy and happiness to the hearts of everyone listening.
November 21, 2015 / Saturday @ 2 pm & 7 pm
Ticket cost $15 for Adults, $13 for Seniors, and $8 for Students.
In the New Year, January 23, 2016, Jenn Bostic, will be performing at the JHS auditorium. Jenn is a Minnesota native, currently residing in Nashville. She has performed across the United States and England on famous stages like the Ryman Theater, Lincoln Center, and Grand Ole Opree. Jenn’s emotive songwriting and powerful vocals bring live, entertaining, and thoughtful music to her audiences.
January 23, 2016 / Saturday @ 7 pm
Tickets cost $28 for Adults, $24 for Seniors, and $15 for Students.
Rounding out the season on April 2 will be the Lettermen. The Lettermen first hit the charts in 1961 with the “Way You Look Tonight”. The current trio is comprised of Tony Butala, from the original trio, Bobby Poynton, and Donovan Tea. The audience will stroll down (back) memory lane with over fifty years of easy listening music.
April 2, 2016 / Saturday @ 7 pm
Tickets: $35 for Adults, $32 for Seniors, $15 for Students.