Local nonprofit Flathead Valley Live on Stage’s mission is simple: to bring the best in live entertainment to the Flathead Valley.
It’s an organization made of people who love live musical stage performances, and it has survived for over 70 years due to its popularity.
Formerly known as the Flathead Valley Concert Association, and the Community Concerts Association before that, Flathead Valley Live on Stage has announced its 2013-2014 performance season lineup.
The first concert is scheduled to take place April 25, featuring the
Prima Trio, a talented group that has been a “virtuosic tour de force…a whirlwind of joy.”
Then, the concerts pick up again in the fall, with Sonic Escape in mid-October; Rob Quist and Great Northern in mid-November; DePue Brothers at the end of February; and the Gothard Sisters at the end of March.
To ensure tickets to these popular shows, be sure to pick up a membership. They cost $140 for a family; $60 for an adult; $50 for seniors (62 and up); and $30 for students.
For more information, visit www.flatheadvalleyliveonstage.org, or Contact Betsy Wood at 752-0605 about becoming a member.
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