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KCP Presents 2018-2019 Season Pass
KCP Presents 2018-2019 Season Pass

Fall 2018 - Spring 2019

Location: Various venues

Price: $350 Catamount Arts members, $437.50 non-members
* plus 6% Vermont sales tax

Purchase your 2018-19 SEASON PASS for KCP Presents to:
* Save more than $200 on your tickets!
* Get prime seats to 13 season shows
* Avoid disappointment on sold-out shows
* Help us save marketing dollars
* Give unused tickets to friends and family
* Support the KCP Presents series

2018-19 shows include (more to be announced):

  • Rodney Crowell, two-time Grammy-winning “new country” singer/ songwriter and longtime collaborator with Emmylou Harris. (September 21 at Fuller Hall, St. Johnsbury Academy)
  • Neko Case – Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter known for her powerful voice, penetrating and poetic lyrics and musical worlds (September 27 at Fuller Hall)
  • "Wetware" - Jay Craven’s new near-future film noir based on the novel by Craig Nova. (October 5 at Catamount Arts)
  • Bettye Lavette – American blues/soul pioneer and collaborator with Otis Redding and James Brown, singing songs from Bob Dylan. With Very Special Guest James Blood Ulmer, guitar master of blues, jazz, and free funk. (October 26 at Fuller Hall).
  • The New Chinese Acrobats performing award-winning acts from the Monte Carlo Circus Festival and World Circus Festivals (November 15 at Northern Vermont University Stannard Gym).
  • Sara Juli in her comic one-woman performance about her post-partum blues: Tense Vagina: An Actual Diagnosis. “Unforgettably hilarious” – London Independent. (November 16 at Northern Vermont University Alexander Twilight Theater).
  • Holiday Concert w/ The Boston Children’s Chorus w/ special guests: The Hilltones. (November 30 at United Community Church)
  • Holiday Brass by 11-piece Rodney Marsalis Philadelphia Big Brass (December 21 at Fuller Hall)
  • Asere! A Fiesta Cubana featuring musicians and dancers of the Havana, Cuba All-Stars (January 29 at Fuller Hall).
  • The Logger and the Fiddler (February 2 at Fuller Hall)
  • The Shanghai Opera Symphony Orchestra – 75 musicians onstage! (February 13 at Lyndon Institute Alumni Auditorium)
  • Frankenstein – Mary Shelly’s science fiction classic performed by the acclaimed Aquila Theater. (March 27 at Fuller Hall)
  • Fatoumata Diawara (March 31 at the Highland Center for the Arts)
  • Choir of Clare College (April 4 at the United Community Church [formerly North Church])
  • Ballet Hispanico – 15 dazzling dancers performing work by Latino choreographers from all over the world. “Fluid and personal…tender-hearted and playful.” – NY Times. (April 26 at Lyndon Institute)
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