Mayo Performing Arts Center announces full-capacity 2021-22 schedule

mayo Morristown 2021-22

Linda Eder presents the “Opening Night” concert of the Mayo Performing Arts Center’s 2021-22 season, Sept. 17.

The Mayo Performing Arts Center in Morristown, which is currently presenting shows at limited capacity as well as drive-in concerts at Fosterfields Living Historical Farms, has announced its full-capacity, indoor 2021-22 season, which will officially begin with an “Opening Night” concert on Sept. 17 by Linda Eder. Many of the tickets will go on sale June 4 at 10 a.m. at mayoarts.org.

“This is the moment we’ve all been waiting for,” said MPAC president and CEO Allison Larena, in a press release.

Some shows are postponed from 2020, and/or previously announced. Here is the theater’s current schedule, including limited-capacity and drive-in shows. Asterisks (*) denote shows going on sale June 4; number signs (#) denote shows for which tickets are already on sale. The limited-capacity shows may increase capacity, depending on changes in governmental guidelines. And more shows, of course, will undoubtedly be added to the ’21-22 season.

June 11-13: Eric D’Allessandro (limited capacity) #
June 17: The Nerds (drive-in) #
June 18: Sensational Soul Cruisers (drive-in) #
June 25: The Soft Parade, The Doors tribute (limited capacity) #
June 27: New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Chamber Players (limited capacity) #

July 14: Southern Steel, Lynyrd Skynyrd tribute (drive-in) #
July 15: Songs in the Attic, Billy Joel tribute featuring David Clark (drive-in) #
July 29: Almost U2, U2 tribute (limited capacity) #

Aug. 5: Laurel Canyon, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young tribute (limited capacity) #
Aug. 18: The Jersey Tenors (drive-in) #
Aug. 19: Boat House Row, yacht-rock tribute (drive-in) #
Aug. 26: Jeff Ross and Dave Attell #

BEN FOLDS

Sept. 1: Brit Floyd, Pink Floyd tribute #
Sept. 9: Ben Folds #
Sept. 10: Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood, “Scared Scriptless” #
Sept. 11: Audra McDonald #
Sept. 17: Opening Night: Linda Eder, “Judy Garland: Me and My Shadow” *
Sept. 23-24: Brian Regan #
Sept. 25: John Hiatt and The Jerry Douglas Band #
Sept. 30: Masters of Illusion #

Oct. 1: 38 Special *
Oct. 3: Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo #
Oct. 5: Christopher Cross #
Oct. 6: Engelbert Humperdinck #
Oct. 9: Herman’s Hermits Starring Peter Noone and The Grass Roots #
Oct. 15: The Marshall Tucker Band, The Outlaws #
Oct. 16: Josh Gates Live! An Evening of Ghosts, Monsters, and Tales of Adventure *
Oct. 19: Rain, The Beatles tribute (“The Best of Abbey Road“) #
Oct. 21: Jay Leno #
Oct. 22: Indigo Girls #
Oct. 23: ABBA The Concert #
Oct. 24: Judy Collins #
Oct. 26: Paul Anka, “Anka Sings Sinatra: His Songs, My Songs, My Way” *
Oct. 29: Collective Soul, Better Than Ezra, Tonic (on sale June 11)

Nov. 9: “Friends: The Musical Parody” #
Nov. 10: Rosanne Cash *
Nov. 19: Get the Led Out, Led Zeppelin tribute #
Nov. 20: Boyz II Men *
Nov. 27: Celtic Thunder Ireland #
Nov. 28: “A Charlie Brown Christmas: Live on Stage” (on sale date TBA)

SARA EVANS

Dec. 3: Michael Bolton, “Greatest Hits and Holiday Favorites” #
Dec. 5: “A Forever Motown Holiday Celebration” featuring members of The Spinners, Temptations and The Marvelettes #
Dec. 10: Sara Evans: At Christmas *
Dec. 11: Dennis DeYoung, “The Grand Illusion 40th Anniversary Album Tour” #

Jan. 7-8: “Stomp” #
Jan. 15: The Disco Nights #
Jan. 16: Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Live, “Neighbor Day” *
Jan. 21-23: “Rent,” 25th Anniversary Tour *

Feb. 3: Choir of Man #
Feb. 4: Ray on My Mind, Ray Charles tribute featuring Kenny Brawner *
Feb. 5: Elvis: The Concert of Kings #
Feb. 12: Roy Orbison & Buddy Holly: Rock ‘N’ Roll Dream Tour (holograms plus live music) *
Feb. 18-20: “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical” *
Feb. 21: The Righteous Brothers, featuring Bill Medley and Bucky Heard *
Feb. 22: Richard Marx, “An Acoustic Evening of Love Songs” #
Feb. 24: The Price is Right Live *
Feb. 25: The Life and Music of George Michael, George Michael/Wham! tribute *
Feb. 27: Ballet Folklórico de Mexico de Amalia Hernandez *

March 2: “Swan Lake,” presented by Russian National Ballet *
March 13: National Dance Company of Ireland: Rhythm of the Dance #
March 17: The Queen of Soul: Tribute to Aretha Franklin featuring Karen Clark Sheard and Damien Sneed *
March 19: Alan Cumming and Ari Shapiro, “Och & Oy! A Considered Cabaret” *
March 24: The Fab Four #
March 31: Piano Battle featuring Andreas Kern and Paul Cibis *

TRACY MORGAN

April 8: Tracy Morgan: No Disrespect #
April 10: Paddington Gets in a Jam *
April 14: Black Violin *
April 16: One Night of Queen, Queen tribute featuring Gary Mullen & the Works #
April 22: Viva MOMIX Remix (on sale date TBA)
April 29: “An Evening with Groucho” featuring Frank Ferrante *
April 30: B-The Underwater Bubble Show *

May 13-14: “Rodgers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific” *
May 15: The Laurie Berkner Band *

June 10, 2022: The Lords of 52nd Street featuring Billy Joel Band members Richie Cannata, Liberty DeVitto and Russell Javors #
June 17-18, 2022: “Fiddler on the Roof” *
June 23, 2022: “Happy Together” with The Turtles, Chuck Negron, The Association, Mark Lindsay, The Vogues, The Cowsills. #

July 21, 2022: Dion #

For information and updates, visit mayoarts.org.

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