Back to the Garden, founded in 2009, recreates the sounds and experience of the 1969 Woodstock Festival with music from the legendary artists who performed and a multi-media presentation of cultural and political issues of the decade of the 1960’s.
Join us for a documentary screening and post-film discussion around the 1969 Woodstock Festival and the cultural, political and music environment that led up to it. Admission is free but registration is required by obtaining a free ticket. Funded by CT Humanities.
Immaculate High School drama and music students have been working exceptionally hard to bring a spectacular performance to the community! Click below to get your tickets! There will be three performances as follows: Fri Apr 8, 7 p.m.; Sat Apr 9, 1 pm & 7 pm Tickets & Info
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Stella Blue’s band, founded in 2009, recreates the experience of being at a Grateful Dead show. It features dynamic jams with lots of improvisation, capturing the magic of the Dead’s 30 year run.
From the music of Woodstock to the music of the singer-songwriter era and more, enjoy the music of iconic and enduring artists and bands who have defined both a cultural and musical era.
Join us to view Newtown’s Jim Allen and Sasha Allen’s Performance on NBC’s The Voice on our big screen at Edmond Town Hall. Free of charge, but you must have one of these free tickets to enter! Come out to support our local hometown artists! Doors open at 7 p.m. and show starts at 8 p.m. Concession will be available. Tickets are FREE. You must have a ticket to enter the event. Tickets Here
This beloved cult comedy comes to Edmond Town Hall Theatre for the first time! Join us and purchase a prop bag along with your ticket so you too can participate in the fun antics of this timeless show! Prop bag quantities are limited, so get yours online by clicking below! Rocky Horror Picture Show Participation Props and Rules The two shows on Saturday night will offer a beer and wine bar. GET TICKETS