Known as one of the hardest working bands in the Midwest
WheelHouse is a nationally touring Americana and bluegrass band hailing from Madison, Wisconsin. Known as one of the hardest working bands in the Midwest, they have played well over a thousand shows in the past 6 years and released 5 records. Featuring three and four part harmonies, fiddle and guitar leads, and driving rhythm of the upright bass WheelHouse brings an energy and attitude unique to themselves.
Back again, UW Madison's The MadHatters are sure to bring a fun show!
With their unmistakable attire in their Wisconsin red jackets, the MadHatters are a presence on the UW campus that brings everyone to clap their hands and stomp to the beat. Not only does the audience enjoy the show, but the MadHatters love performing it. Whether it be another sold out show in Madison or singing at your grandma’s 80th birthday party, the MadHatters bring the fun wherever they go.
Mineral Point Schools Choir Concert
Mineral Point's 6th-12th grade choral students perform!
Mineral Point choir students in grades 6-12 will perform! Conducted by the Choir & Musical Theatre Director Ashley E. Calderon-McHugh and accompanied by Jean VanMatre. Entry is free.
The Driftless Bones
Join us for a night of expert trombone playing and brass music.
The Driftless Bones is an eclectic collection of some of the best trombonists from the Southwest Wisconsin area. Their mission is to preserve, promote, and enhance the legacy of the trombone and the music written for it. The band will be performing a program of music composed by Vince Guaraldi for the ‘Peanuts’ television specials. All songs arranged for trombone ensemble and rhythm section.
With Mineral Point's own Red Door Duo as opening act.
“I love song craft,” says longtime folksinger Mason Jennings, who’s spent the bulk of the past 25 years onstage and in the writing room.
Jennings will take the stage at the Mineral Point Opera House on Thursday, February 23 at 8 p.m., with doors open at 7 p.m. Advance reserved seating tickets begin at $20, and are on sale at Eventbrite. Opening for Jennings is Mineral Point’s own Red Door Duo.
Gaines & Wagoner
"The Swiss Army knives of string players!" - Mark Williams
Based in Madison, WI, the award-winning husband and wife duo of MaryGaines (cello, guitar, bass, vocals) and Chris Wagoner (violin, mandolins, lapsteel, ukulele, guitar, accordion, vocals) play an eclectic mix of Americana — original and classic tunes ranging from folk to jazz, bluegrass to blues, honky-tonk and a little singer-songwriter on the side.
OH WHAT A NIGHT! A Musical Tribute To Frankie Valli And The Four Seasons
Straight from Las Vegas, this one-night-only event brings Jersey Shore doo-wop and flawless harmonies to the Opera House stage.
OH WHAT A NIGHT! is a blockbuster musical revue directed by award-winning Broadway producer/director Michael Chapman, written by Motown producer George Solomon and choreographed by critically acclaimed choreographer Paul Holmquist. It’s more than just a concert. It’s a flashy all-around feel-good experience that leaves audiences on their feet beggin’ for more.
Wisconsin and Louisiana musicians team up to create a unique flavor of Cajun music.
The Old-Fashioned Aces are breathing new life into an old sound. It’s traditional Cajun music in a traditional setting, but more than that, it’s a powerhouse trio having fun. Whether they appear as an acoustic trio or a full electric band, finer musicians playing Cajun music cannot be found. In a world where it seems everyone is continually stretching the boundaries of Louisiana French music, the Aces nest comfortably inside the well worn tracks of Cajun Music. From old fiddle tunes, to classic dance floor packers, to bilingual country classics, their music is comfort food for the Cajun music fan.
Ken Kilian’s Classic Big Band
Delivers the fullness and swingin' sound that the music of the Big Band era deserves
The Classic Big Band is a true Big Band with five saxophones, six to eight brass, a full rhythm section, and a featured vocalist. This group is the premier flagship band of Ken Kilian Musical Services. This remarkable Big Band delivers the fullness and swingin’ sound that the music of the Big Band era so rightfully deserves.
LunART Chamber Music Collective
A high-octane ensemble based in Madison, WI, dedicated to performing music by women composers and supporting women's creativity in the arts.
The LunART Chamber Music Collective, a high-octane ensemble based in Madison, WI, is dedicated to performing music by women composers, embodying LunART’s mission of supporting, inspiring, promoting, and celebrating women’s creativity in the arts! Composed of seasoned, versatile chamber musicians from around the world, the group presents works by rising and established composers, staying true to LunART’s tagline: “celebrating women from past to present, revered to forgotten, from rap to rhapsody.”
Hypnotized — The Music of Fleetwood Mac
Enjoy a rockin' Saturday night with music from one of the defining bands of the 70s rock era!
Hypnotized is a tribute group performing in homage to Fleetwood Mac, one of the bestselling rock and roll bands of all time. Evoking the spirit and sound of the 70’s, Hypnotized performs album tracks, deep cuts and chart topping hits from Rumours, Tusk, Tango In The Night, Mirage, Mystery To Me and more. With steady percussion, soaring vocals and articulate guitar work akin to that of Fleetwood Mac’s powerhouse line up, Hypnotized replicates the music exactly as you remember it. Prepare yourself for a night of memories brought back in song!
Hypnotized will perform on Saturday, May 20, 2023. Reserved seating for the show starts at $15 for adult tickets ($20 day of show) plus applicable Eventbrite fees. The show will begin at 8 p.m., with doors opening at 7 p.m. Tickets will be available beginning Thursday, January 19 for Friends of the MPOH. Tickets will go on sale for members of the general public on Thursday, February 2.