HARLINGEN — Concert-loving audiences can expect six live music performances ranging from Broadway show tunes to a classical music quartet and even an American folk-rock trio as part of the Harlingen Concert Association’s 86th season.
Season tickets are being sold now at the Harlingen Municipal Auditorium, 1204 Fair Park Blvd., Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., by calling (956) 216-5990 or online at www.HarlingenConcert.com.
Prices range from $60 to $90, plus ticketing fees, for one reserved seat at all six performances.
Individual tickets will go on sale in November for $25 (balcony) and $35 (1st floor) if any seats are still available.
The HCA season opens Friday, Nov. 22 with the “Three Redneck Tenors,” finalists of the TV show “America’s Got Talent,” featuring Broadway’s greatest hits.
On Thursday, Jan. 9, Scotland-based “The Maxwell Quartet” will perform classical chamber music by Beethoven and Haydn, as well as arrangements of Scottish folk music.
The Billboard-charting quartet “The Sons of Serendip,” another finalist of “America’s Got Talent,” takes the stage Thursday, Feb. 6 with a mix of popular music performances, story-telling and audience participation.
The variety show “Dan Miller’s Cowboy Music Review” comes to Harlingen from Wyoming on Friday, Feb. 21 with music ranging from Americana and Western to bluegrass and gospel.
A Beach Boys tribute band, “Sail On,” will perform Wednesday, March 4.
The season closes Friday, March 13 with “Burlap to Cashmere,” a folk-rock trio influenced by Simon and Garfunkel, James Taylor and Bob Dylan.
In addition to these concerts, the HCA, a nonprofit organization, connects the performers with students via free mini-concerts and master classes at local schools.
For more information about HCA or the 2019-2020 concert season, visit www.HarlingenConcert.com.
To purchase season tickets
IN PERSON: Harlingen Municipal Auditorium, 1204 Fair Park Blvd., Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
PHONE: (956) 216-5990
COST: Season tickets for all shows range from $60 to $90, plus ticketing fees, for one reserved seat