The Seaford Community Concert Association announced its shows will return this fall with a full lineup of nationally and internationally touring artists.
Members who join by Saturday, July 31, can see all six shows for $60.
Like all arts programs, the association was forced to cancel its last programs in spring 2020 and again had to cancel makeup performances this spring. In the meantime, the group provided its 600 members with an online Christmas show in December and has added an extra sixth show this season.
The 2021-22 season will start with the return of an audience favorite, the Diamonds, Monday, Sept. 27. This venerable quartet will bring the lights back to the stage with their new show, Let’s Rock Broadway!
Bringing a fusion of classical, jazz and folk music, Bridge & Wolack, an accordion and clarinet duo, will perform Tuesday, Oct. 5.
Next is a trip back to the ‘50s and ‘60s era of big, exciting ensembles as the Black Market Trust performs Monday, Oct. 18.
After a hiatus for the winter months, the Seaford Community Concert Association will break out the saddle shoes and poodle skirts as Holy Rocka Rollaz kicks off a trio of spring concerts Tuesday, March 8.
Things will slow down when Mark Kingswood brings his smooth crooning voice to Seaford Saturday, April 9. Fans of Michael Bublé and Harry Connick Jr. will love this show.
The season wraps up in a big way as the association presents the internationally renowned M5: Mexican Brass Thursday, April 28. This quintet brings virtuoso talent and humor to a fun show that blends classic chamber music and traditional Latin themes.
To hear clips of all the arts and buy tickets, go to SeafordConcerts.org. Checks may be made payable and mailed to SCCA, PO Box 337, Seaford, DE 19973. It is important to include name, address, phone and email information with the check.
After July 31, the price goes up to a still-reasonable $70 per person for all six shows. Youth under age 18 are always admitted free with a paying adult.