Concert for Hope
Beech Bend Park invites you to attend its Concert for Hope Tuesday evening benefiting eight different charities and featuring Beech Bend Superstar winner Landri Taylor. What better way is there to hear some new musical talent than at a FREE concert right here in Bowling Green?! Backed by some of country’s finest musicians including Josh Turner’s drummer T.J. Wilder and Lori Anderson on background vocals, Landri is sure to entertain. Beginning at 5 pm, the opening act will be Kentucky-based band the Warrior Poets. Other performers include Kyle Whitaker from Morgantown, Kentucky and Elena Korol from Portland, Tennessee who were the first and second-runners up. A donation of a canned good or other non-perishable item is appreciated. For more information, call 270-781-7634. To learn more about Landri, visit www.landritaylor.com.
What would you do if you were accused of being a witch? The Capitol is proud to present its fall youth production, The Crucible, written by Arthur Miller. This play recounts the historic events that led to the Salem Witch Trials. Join guest director Carol Herin Jordana and a cast of 22 of Capitol Arts Youth Theater’s finest actors as they take the stage this weekend for three performances. Tickets are $12 for adults and $7 for Students and Seniors and are available by visiting the Capitol Arts webpage at www.theskypac.com/capitol-arts-center or by calling the box office at 270-782-2787. This show is most enjoyed by ages 12 and up. Come and see what happens because “We burn a hot fire here, it melts away all concealment.”