EVENT DESCRIPTION: What To Expect: It is a downhome traditional country show. Very rustic, very "down home." It reminds many people of old time get togethers of yesteryear. Nothing fancy here. Humble building from the outside. Rustic interior with chuch pews. No flash and no glamour! One grand old opry star who played here (George Hamilton IV) said "It is like the Grand Old Opry" when it started. This isn't the Myrtle Beach and Branson shows of today its the Branson and Nashville shows of an earlier time. Many find that it really has a charm all its own!
What you'll see: When the lights go down, you will understand what the show is all about. Great lighting, great sound, great country bands, great comedy! We have people come from all over the east coast, and regulars that come every single week.
The entertainment: The show rotates bands and entertainers weekly, so that you can come every week for a month or six weeks and often not see the same band. On top of that the bands rotate their songs. The show is never exactly the same. The bands range from old country, pure country, right on up to today's more traditional country, and even a little bit of rock and roll, beach, etc. Each band is different, with a different style, and each has its own following.
Seating: The Theatre is small and has limited seating, which means that just about every seat in the house is a good one. Reservations are highly recommeded, but normally not required if you are not particular about where you want to sit. Some shows do sell out, so we suggest call 252-237-6199 for information or e-mailing: email@example.com. Reservations can be made by phone or e-mail.
The Talent: Outstanding vocalists and musicians that have really performed all over the U. S. and the world can be found on our stage. Some even tour nationally. We have groups that play 80 shows a year! This show presents some of the finest singers,musicians, and entertainers you have heard.
The show is alcohol and smoke free, but smoking is allowed outside the building. Handicapped parking is directly in front of the building. A snack bar serves soft drinks, snacks and popcorn. A handicap ramp is by the front door.
The show doors open at 7:00 p.m. each Friday, and the show starts at 7:45 reservations are held until 7:30 p.m. Reserved seats are $12 and general admission is $10. The normal show ends between 10 and 10:15 p.m. There is an intermission at approximately 8:45 p.m.
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