The Croswell Opera House starts its outdoor summer season with a rock concert on Friday, May 21, at 7pm. The concert will take place at the Farmers Market Pavillion in downtown Adrian.
Dave Rains and John Diener are arranging the “One-Hit Wonders” concert. The show will feature vocalists Eric Parker and Melissa Toth, and they will be backed by a band of Croswell Musicians. Featured in the show will be artists such as Tommy Tutone, The Foundations, and The Kanck, all of which had one big hit before slipping into oblivion.
“One-Hit Wonders” is the first of three outdoor concerts the Croswell is planning over the summer. The second concert will take place on July 23 and will highlight horns, while the third will take place on September 11 and will feature coil classics.
Tickets for the summer concerts are $15 each. The Pavilion is located on Toledo Street, directly across from the parking lot that serves the Croswell, the Adrian District Library, and Adrian City Hall. Chairs will be provided and groups will be socially distant from one another. All current federal, state, and local public health guidelines will be followed.
The Croswell’s summer season will also include two musicals, Disenchanted and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. The theater plans to return to indoor productions in the second half of September.
For more information, be sure to check out the Croswell Opera House website.
129 E. Maumee St., Adrian. 517-263-6868. croswell.org.