Big Top Chautauqua: The Music of Woodstock
POSTPONED: NEW DATE TBD
at the Sauk Prairie River Arts Center (105-9th Street, Prairie du Sac)
In 1969 400,000 people gathered on a dairy farm Northwest of New York City for the three-day festival known as Woodstock. That was fifty years ago, and now in this new Big Top show the Blue Canvas Orchestra pays tribute to the festival, to the artists, and to the spirit of the sixties that was epitomized by the legendary event.
Tickets on sale Friday, July 17th at 10am
About Big Top Chautauqua:
Celebrating over 30 years of presenting “Culture Under Canvas,” Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua is a non-profit arts organization with a mission to provide entertaining and educational activities with an emphasis on performances that celebrate history and the environment.
Big Top presents over 60 concerts, shows, and events June through September in an intimate 900 seat all-canvas tent, including international headliners, regional talent, and original productions.
Their own unique brand of shows feature songs and stories performed by Big Top’s Blue Canvas Orchestra and Singers. Together with a multitude of talented guest artists, their original productions bear the hallmark of exquisite musicianship illustrated by big-screen visuals. In addition to performances at Big Top, the Blue Canvas Orchestra tours throughout the region.
Big Top also produces the nationally-broadcast radio show “Tent Show Radio” heard on Wisconsin Public Radio and other listener-supported stations. This weekly one hour program relives the highlights of shows from the previous season at the Big Top stage. It is online and aired on public radio stations throughout the country with its host, Michael Perry.