Music, moves and magic at BPAC this season

Greg Eichelberger
Staff Writer

The Blackfoot Performing Arts Center is pleased to announce their upcoming 2017-18 concert season.
The concert season will feature six outstanding world-class concerts. Susan Mann, BPAC Programming Director said, "This is the best season we have been able to present. We are so excited to present concerts of this caliber. It is definitely a season that will have something for everyone."
Tickets for the entire series and individuals are now on sale by phone or mail. Online sales will start Oct. 1.
The package for six concerts range in price from $54 to $90 depending on seating. Individual tickets can be purchased for $10-$25 depending on the concert and seat location.
Group rates are also available. Tickets can be purchased by calling the BPAC at (208) 317-5508. After Oct. 1, tickets can also be purchased at 
The new 2017-18 BPAC concert brochures are now available. Call the BPAC at (208) 317-5508 to have a brochure sent to your residence.
The performances are:

Nov. 4 - Artrageous!
This is the ultimate art, music, and dance experience. Artrageous! is a one of a kind interactive performance that incorporates live art, music, dance, life-sized puppetry, and audience participation into the show.

Nov. 18 - Bar J Wranglers
These Jackson Hole, Wyoming favorites will entertain you with western harmonies straights from the range, cowboy stories, and jokes that will have you rolling in the aisles.
Jan. 30 - Wylie and the Wild West
This world-famous Montana group will bring a rich tradition of quality Western music to life.
They have performed numerous times at the Grand Ole Opry, the Kennedy Center, and the Prairie Home Companion. 

Feb. 16 - Norman Foote  
This entertainer is the ultimate crazy, clean, and outrageous funny man. He will engage theatrical, musical, comedic, ventriloism, and audience participation to weave stories and songs for the entire family to enjoy.

April 14 - Dancing With Our Stars
Don't miss your chance to cheer on our eight local celebrities as they partner with the Utah Ballroom Dance Company to present "A Hollywood Movie Night." Cast your vote to see who wins the coveted mirror ball trophy.

April 25 - The Brothers Four 
They are still singing together after 50 years. The Brothers Four will perform an all-acoustic show, singing some of their greatest hits like "Try to Remember" from "The Fantastiks," the 1960 No. 2 hits Greenfields," and "The Green Leaves of Summer."