The Center for the Arts of Homer has been busy rescheduling the list of talented national and regional artists that were scheduled to play at the Whiting Theater this spring.
The following concerts have been rescheduled, or are in the process of being rescheduled. Once a new dates has been settled on, the staff will alert you via their email systems, website and social media platforms, and on their ticketing platform, Eventbrite.
Your options as a ticket holder are as follows:
- Hold onto your ticket, and use it at the newly rescheduled date.
(this is the option we hope you consider both for the continuation of our mission, but for hope towards our collective future)
- Once the new date is confirmed, you may request a refund by contacting our box office, or contacting EVENTBRITE TICKETING to request a refund if you cannot get through to us.
Rescheduled for March 20, 2021
This singer-songwriter-rap legend’s remarkable music career has seen him reinvent himself several times over. From his first solo album, Forever Everlasting, under the auspices of Ice-T’s Rhyme Syndicate when he was barely out of his teens, to the “Jump Around” success with House of Pain, the multi-platinum Whitey Ford Sings the Blues and his Grammy-winning contribution to Carlos Santana’s Supernatural album, Everlast has defied the naysayers.
Admission $25-$40; Purchase tickets.
Rescheduled for September 19, 2020
Al Di Meola's ongoing fascination with complex rhythmic syncopation combined with provocative lyrical melodies and sophisticated harmony has been at the heart of his music throughout a celebrated career that has spanned four decades and earned him critical accolades, three gold albums and more than six million in record sales worldwide.
Admission $22.50-$125; Purchase tickets.
Rescheduled for April 18, 2021
Tab Benoit is a GRAMMY nominated singer, songwriter and guitarist who has built a remarkable 30+ year career on the foundation of his gritty and soulful Delta swamp blues and acquiring a devoted legion of fans along the way, as well as five Blues Music Awards, including BB King Entertainer of the Year (twice) and an induction into The Louisiana Music Hall of Fame.
Admission $14-$30; SOLD OUT.
SOUTHSIDE JOHNNY AND THE ASBURY JUKES
Rescheduled for August 23, 2020
Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes are a Jersey Shore musical group led by Southside Johnny. They have been recording albums since 1976 and are closely associated with Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band.
Admission $0-$50; Purchase tickets.
Rescheduled for March 12, 2021
The melodic pop/rock singer-songwriter and musician Vanessa Carlton is best known for her chart-topping single “A Thousand Miles".
Admission $21-$25; Purchase tickets.
COLIN QUINN: WRONG SIDE OF HISTORY
Rescheduled for October 16, 2020
From MTV's “Remote Control” to “SNL” to Comedy Central's "Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn," Mr. Quinn is not one to take a hint and bow out gracefully. He's been on Broadway with “Colin Quinn: An Irish Wake” and “Colin Quinn: Long Story Short” (also an HBO special) and off-Broadway with his show “Colin Quinn: Unconstitutional” (available on Netflix) and “Colin Quinn: The New York Story,” directed by Jerry Seinfeld (also available on Netflix). Recent credits include “Trainwreck,” “Girls,” and his web series “Cop Show.” His first book, “The Coloring Book,” is now out from Grand Central Publishing.
Admission $10-$35; Purchase tickets.
ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL
Rescheduled for July 19, 2020
Between those Texas Twin Fiddles and Boogie Piano, you can bet you’ll be dancin’ down the aisles and swingin’ all night long. Asleep at the Wheel is an American country music group that has won nine GRAMMY Awards since their 1970 inception, released over twenty albums, and has charted more than 21 singles on the Billboard country charts.
Admission $20-$40; Purchase tickets.
Rescheduled date TBD
“It’s all rock & roll – no golf!” is how singer, songwriter and violinist Amanda Shires describes her electrifying fifth album, To The Sunset.
Admission $10-$28; Purchase tickets.
JOANNE SHAW TAYLOR
Rescheduled for September 17, 2020
Admission $0-$25; Purchase tickets.
SUZZY ROCHE & LUCY WAINWRIGHT ROCHE: A MOTHER/DAUGHTER DUO
Rescheduled for May 8, 2021
Suzzy Roche and Lucy Wainwright Roche have shared a life on the road. Their recording Fairytale and Myth, the first recording collaboration between them, won the Vox Pop best singer/songwriter CD for the Independent Music Awards. And their new CD called Mud and Apples has also been nominated for an Independent Music Award. Their show is a fun filled evening of smart, thoughtful, songs with plenty of familial harmonies.
Admission $15-$30; Purchase tickets.
SHAWN COLVIN: STEADY ON 30TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR
Rescheduled for May 10, 2020
Three-time GRAMMY winner Shawn Colvin’s debut album, Steady On, was released in October 1989, a stunning introduction to an artist who quickly established herself as a mainstay in the singer - songwriter genre. The album was lauded for its confessional songwriting and well - crafted melodies, and for Colvin’s tender and provocative vocals. Colvin received the ultimate acknowledgement for Steady On when she was awarded the GRAMMY award for Best Contemporary Folk Album. She swiftly amassed a dedicated and passionate fanbase.
Admission $41-$125; Purchase tickets.
Note: Some of the shows are GENERAL ADMISSION and some of our shows are RESERVED SEATING. Each ticket link will describe whether the show is GA or Reserved.
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