Boerne Performing Arts 2019 Season

Keep Calm and Carry On… a motivational poster produced by the British government in 1939 in preparation for World War II…has been adopted by Boerne Performing Arts as a motivational slogan in preparation for their 2019 Season! Another popular World War II poster in America…We Can Do It…has also become a motto for Boerne Performing Arts. This all-volunteer organization continues to “do it”…bringing world-class professional performing arts organizations to the Texas Hill Country for their eighth season!

Keep Calm and let the Aussies handle it! And handle it they will! The Ten Tenors welcome you “Home for the Holidays” with their generous mix of festive favorites and modern holiday hits. Walk through this winter wonderland that truly captures the essence of Christmas for the whole family. Joy to the World…The TEN Tenors return to Boerne on December 15, 2018, for a one-night only performance! This is a special event and is a separate ticket from the 2019 season.

Keep Calm and Dance On…as Boerne Performing Arts’ 2019 Season literally “kicks” off. On February 22, 2019, the Trinity Irish Dance Company will dazzle their way into town with their hard-driving percussive foot action, lightning-fast agility and aerial grace. A prelude to St. Patrick’s Day, this “totally winning, witty and sassy” show (New York Post) will entertain your family with traditional Irish Dancing and music…being Everything you expect, but like nothing you’d imagine!

Keep Calm and Strum On…with Boerne Performing Arts’ first group direct from Great Britain! From the chart-topping renditions of such western hits as “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly” to pop music guru Elton John’s “Pinball Wizard”, the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain is just plain entertaining! A concert by The Ukulele Orchestra is funny, virtuosic, twanging, awesome, and foot-stomping. Featuring the “bonsai guitar”, a menagerie of voices, and brilliant British humour, the Ukes performs regularly to sell-out audiences at Royal Albert Hall in London (that’s over 5,000 indoor seats, and another 10,000 listening outside in Hyde Park), their performance in Boerne is sandwiched between performances in Santa Fe and San Diego. Considered a national institution in the UK, this all-singing, all-strumming ensemble will perform in Boerne on March 26, 2019…a night of hilarity!

I Can’t Keep Calm because We’re Swinging! After 25 years, 11 records, over 2800 live shows, and countless appearances in film and television, the Big Bad Voodoo Daddy band will make their first ever appearance in Boerne, Texas! Do they perform big shows, did you ask? What would you say about the Superbowl Halftime Show with Steve Wonder, Gloria Estefan and Savion Glover? Big Bad Voodoo Daddy’s horn-infused music and legendary high energy show introduces swing to all generations. It is cool to swing and April 5, 2019, should have folks dancin’ in the aisles as Boerne Performing Arts’ eighth season draws to a close!

So Keep Calm and Carry On with a ticket to a Boerne Performing Arts’ event. You will “keep calm” by driving in Boerne (instead of having to drive to San Antonio or Austin to see this quality of a show) and you will be able to “carry on” with your obligations after having a night out on the town. Keeping even calmer? There are no parking fees at the venue.

Working on your Christmas List? Tickets to Boerne Performing Arts events make holiday shopping simple. You can select your seat, select your show, and print your tickets without stepping outside. Then, wrap them up or use them as a stocking stuffer…either way you are spreading the holiday joy well into the 2019!

All shows begin at 7:30pm at Boerne Champion Auditorium (201 Charger Blvd). Single tickets ($20-$60) and season tickets for the 3-concert 2019 shows ($50-$170) are available online at: www.BoernePerformingArts.com, by phone (830-331-9079), or in person at the Boerne Chamber of Commerce (121 S. Main Street).



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