Dec
19
Wed
Piano Pub: Holiday Group Sing-Along @ Firehouse Wine Cellars
Dec 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Piano Pub: Holiday Group Sing-Along @ Firehouse Wine Cellars | Rapid City | South Dakota | United States

Piano Pub: Holiday Group Singalong
Sing along to your favorite Holiday tunes while enjoying a glass of wine or beer!
Hosted by pianist Nick Linn we will sing along to Christmas favorites including Holly Jolly Christmas, Let it Snow, Rudolph and many more. Lyric sheets will be provided – this event is free.

Dec
26
Wed
Piano Pub: Holiday Group Sing-Along @ Firehouse Wine Cellars
Dec 26 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Piano Pub: Holiday Group Sing-Along @ Firehouse Wine Cellars | Rapid City | South Dakota | United States

Piano Pub: Holiday Group Singalong
Sing along to your favorite Holiday tunes while enjoying a glass of wine or beer!
Hosted by pianist Nick Linn we will sing along to Christmas favorites including Holly Jolly Christmas, Let it Snow, Rudolph and many more. Lyric sheets will be provided – this event is free.

Dec
31
Mon
Black Hills Symphony Orchestra Presents: Heroes & Villains @ Performing Arts Center of Rapid City
Dec 31 @ 8:00 pm
Black Hills Symphony Orchestra Presents: Heroes & Villains @ Performing Arts Center of Rapid City | Rapid City | South Dakota | United States

Heroism and villainy take center stage this New Year’s Eve with music from stage and screen. Hear “Habanera” from Bizet’s Carmen, the “William Tell Overture,” selections from Superman, Wonder Woman, and Lawrence of Arabia.”

Get Tickets by calling 605-394-1786 or online at bhsymphony.org.

Jan
19
Sat
Miner Music Series Presents: Evan Bartels @ Miner Brewing Company Tap Room
Jan 19 @ 7:30 pm
Miner Music Series Presents: Evan Bartels @ Miner Brewing Company Tap Room | Hill City | South Dakota | United States

Join us in the Tap Room on Saturday, Jan. 19, as the Miner Music Series Presents: Evan Bartels.

Evan Bartels is a lot of things, but above all else he is a storyteller. He has dedicated his life to living in a way that encompasses all facets of the human experience and capturing those feelings and emotions through songwriting. Those that experience Bartels and his band, The Stoney Lonesomes, can hear the authentic emotion drip through warm soulful vocals heightened by a polished Americana sound.

Advance tickets to this intimate performance are just $10 and are available in the Tap Room, by calling 605.574.9635, or by ordering online.

Feb
8
Fri
Calamity’s Shindig: Deadwood History’s Fundraiser @ Homestake Adams Research and Cultural Center
Feb 8 all-day
Calamity's Shindig: Deadwood History's Fundraiser @ Homestake Adams Research and Cultural Center | Deadwood | South Dakota | United States

No one threw a better party than Calamity Jane. Join us for musical entertainment by Kenny Putnam, Boyd Bristow, Mike Connor, and special guest, Jami Lynn; Cami Dohman as the adventurous wildcat of the West, Calamity Jane, and Andy Moser as Marshal Con Stapleton; heavy hors d’oeuvres catered by Cheyenne Crossing; Chubby Chipmunk Hand-Dipped Chocolates; cash bar and auction. Homestake Adams Research and Cultural Center; 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.; admission $40 per person. Purchase online at DeadwoodHistory.com or call 605-722-4800.

Mar
2
Sat
Black Hills Symphony Orchestra Presents: A Czech Romance @ Performing Arts Center of Rapid City
Mar 2 @ 7:30 pm

First Young Artist Competition winner and Boston Pops cellist, Bill Rounds will perform Antonin Dvorak’s Cello Concerto. The 2019 Winner will also perform with the Black Hills Symphony Orchestra.

Get Tickets by calling 605-394-1786 or online at bhsymphony.org.

Apr
6
Sat
Black Hills Symphony Orchestra Presents: The Red Curtain @ Performing Arts Center of Rapid City
Apr 6 @ 7:30 pm
Black Hills Symphony Orchestra Presents: The Red Curtain @ Performing Arts Center of Rapid City | Rapid City | South Dakota | United States

Shostakovich’s epic 5th Symphony. 1937 Russia—during the height of the Stalinist purges. The Communist Party denounces Dmitri Shostakovich’s most recent works. Fearing for his life, the young composer writes a “Soviet” symphony, ending with a rousing march. But to many, the triumph rang hollow. Was the symphony meant to celebrate Stalin’s regime? Or did it contain hidden messages protesting the very system it seemed to support?

Get Tickets by calling 605-394-1786 or online at bhsymphony.org.