The following events are at The Zumbrota State Theatre.
Sun15Dec20192:00 PMZumbrota State Theatre
ACT ONE: 5 Carols for Christmas is the hilarious story of five women, all named Carol, preparing for their school's Christmas pageant. As the Carols finish preparations at home, the lights go out! What happens at the pageant? Find out by seeing Z-Theatre's 5 Carols for Christmas.
ACT TWO: In Z-Theatre's JingleJacks, four lumberjacks in the Canadian wilderness are preparing for their webcast. With wacky songs like "Out in the Doghouse" (set to "Up on the Rooftop") and "Twelve Days of Jackstuff," the guys in JingleJacks will keep you laughing from start to finish!
Z-Theatre's holiday double-feature is a family friendly production.
Fri20Dec20197:30 PMZumbrota State Theatre
Celebrate this special time of year with the soulful songs of Robert Robinson and his Holiday Inspiration concert. Robert Robinson is reason to believe that the greatest music reaches every name and crosses every boundary, from audiences in the Pontiac Silverdome to troops in South Korea. Standing five foot five and sipping Diet Coke, Robert is “God’s canary.” He possesses the ability to sing any song and yet remain true to his vision. Fans adore his inclusive personality. They don’t necessarily have to embrace gospel to embrace Robert and that is alright with him. It’s all about his soul.
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Fri03Jan20207:30 PMCrossings Event at The Zumbrota State Theatre
The Whitesidewalls Rock ‘n’ Roll Revue was founded in 1972 in Forest Lake, Minnesota. College classmates Pat Brown and Eric Satterlund discovered a mutual love for 50s and 60s music and decided to form such a group. The Whitesidewalls grew quickly in popularity and became a fixture of the Twin Cities music scene, appearing at ballrooms, bars, corporate and community events and celebrations throughout the 5-state area. They presented the Rock ‘n’ Roll Revue for many summers at the Valleyfair amusement park in Shakopee Minnesota, and were a part of the first Winter Dance Party revival (the annual event commemorating the last shows of Buddy Holly, Richie Valens and The Big Bopper at the Surf Ballroom) in Clear Lake Iowa in 1979, and have returned to perform many times at the February event. The Whitesidewalls have operated continuously since 1972 and carry on today, bringing the best of rock and roll, rockabilly and doo-wop from 1954 to 1964 (the “golden age of rock and roll”) to many thousands of friends, fans and dancers each year.(more…)
Sat28Mar20207:30 PMZumbrota State Theatre
Tonic Sol Fa returning with many new songs! Don’t miss this opportunity to see Tonic Sol-fa in concert at the Zumbrota State Theatre. Tickets are $24.00 in advance and $24.00 at the door: Tickets
Tonic Sol-fa has established itself not only as the most in-demand vocal group in the Midwest, but also one of the most successful independent acts in America. The group has toured extensively throughout the US and abroad, building their financial base with a steady list of festivals and private shows that eventually led to numerous sold-out tours of theaters and small arenas.
Tonic Sol-fa began at St. John’s University in Central Minnesota and includes lead vocalist Shaun Johnson, tenor and vocal percussionist, Greg Bannwarth, and bass, Jared Dove. Together the group reached national prominence. From the group’s onset, the members have overseen and operated the business of Tonic Sol-fa with a only a small team of driven supporters acting as managers, lawyers, and publicists, and increased revenue from a few thousand dollars in their first year to a multi-million dollar limited liability company today. One could say they gained their current consumer popularity the old fashioned way; they earned it.