Local Entertainment and Events through June 4

Wednesday, February 8, 2017


SPRINGFIELD The Alan Jackson concert at the JQ Hammons Arena has been moved to June 26.

At Drury University's O'Reilly Center, the next planned event is the Hillsong Worship tour on June 6.

At the Gillioz Theater, the next concert will be Pam Tillis and Lorrie Morgan on Aug. 1. Country music artist Josh Turner, due to perform June 12, has been reset for March 19.

The first Arts in the Park concert for the summer at the Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield near Republic, the Ray House Jamboree, is tentatively scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. on June 6. All May concerts were canceled.

EUREKA SPRINGS, Ark.: The Auditorium has canceled all shows until Robert Earl Keen on Nov. 1.

Opal Agafia is slated to open the second Saturday concert series in Basin Springs Park on June 13.

ROGERS, Ark.: The Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion will open its season on June 24 with the Black Crowes, followed by Chicago and Rick Springfield on June 28. The June 11 Kenny Chesney, Michael Franti and Spearhead; Alanis Morissette’s concert on June 17, and the Journey and Pretenders show for June 22 have all canceled.

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.: The next concert at the Walton Arts Center is singer songwriter Bonnie Bishop on Sept. 10. All summer bookings have been withdrawn.

The next concert at George’s Majestic Lounge, 519 W. Dickson, is a Stevie Wonder tribute on June 6.

FORT SMITH: The next show at TempleLive, 200 N. 11th St., is Ronnie Milsap on Aug. 22.

POCOLA, Okla.: The next show scheduled at the Choctaw Casino, west of Fort Smith, in Frankie Ballard on Nov. 14.

WYANDOTTE, Okla.: The Indigo Sky Casino is closed and has not officially announced a reopening date.

JOPLIN: The Pro Musica concert series has rescheduled the Brubeck Brothers concert for Aug. 4 at the Corley Auditorium at MSSU. The Jupiter and Jasper String Quartets concert from June 19 to Aug. 20, at a location to be announced.

The Downstream Casino, west of Joplin, announced plans to reopen on May 21. The Steve Miller Band and Marty Stuart concert on June 20 has been canceled. No others are scheduled.

MIAMI, Okla.: The next concert at Buffalo Run Casino will be Gretchen Wilson and Jessie G on June 27.

TULSA, Okla.: At the Hard Rock Casino in Catoosa, the next concert is the Little River Band on June 3.

The next concert at the River Spirit Events Center is Nelly’s May 15 concert, rescheduled for June 13. Sheryl Crow’s concert on June 19 has been canceled.

At the BOK Center, the next scheduled concert is the Black Brows on June 23. Smoke and Guns on June 20 was canceled.

The next show at Cain’s Ballroom is is the Schwag on May 30, and Ray Wylie Hubbard on June 18. Paul Thorn plus Paul Benjamin and the Oklahoma Specials on June 17 was canceled.

The next show at the Tulsa Theater (formerly Brady Theater) is Kidz Bop: Live on Aug. 16. NF on July 15 is canceled.

For King and Country concert on June 5 at the Mabee Center has been postponed.

PITTSBURG, Kan.: The Kansas Crossing Casino has moved Steven Adler’s concert from April 17 to Nov. 21. No other shows are scheduled.

KANSAS CITY: The next concert scheduled at the Starlight Theater in Swope Park is Chicago and Rick Springfield on June 24 and the Barenaked Ladies on June 25.

The next concert slated at the Sprint Center is Dan and Shay, and Band Camino and Ingrid Andress on Aug. 14. Rascal Flatts on July 25 and Nickelback on Aug. 25 have canceled.

The next concert slated at the Midland Theater is the Eye and Dylan Matthew on June 4.

The next concert slated at the Folly Theater is Todd Snider and Jamie Lin Wilson on Aug. 11.

The next show scheduled at the Uptown Theater is Trivecta on June 12. Third Eye Blind has canceled its June 3 concert. The Lindsey Buckingham concert on April 30 has been moved to Aug. 2. The Adam Ant concert on May 3 has moved to Sept. 20.

The Kansas City Symphony has canceled the end of the 2019-2020 season. The next concert will be playing the John Williams’ score to “Return of the Jedi” on Sept. 9 at the Kauffman Center.

The Kauffman Center is showing the documentary film “Jane” about Jane Goodall, with a score by Philip Glass on June 9 and 10.

The next concert slated at the VooDoo Lounge at Harrah’s Casino will be Here Comes the Mummies on June 25. The lounge is presently closed.

The Lied Center at the University of Kansas in Lawrence has canceled all events through Aug. 7.

The Lied Center at the University of Kansas in Lawrence has canceled all events through Aug. 7.

ST. LOUIS: The next event at the Delmar Hall, 6133 Delmar, is Barns Courtney, Wilderado and Chaz Cardigan on June 4. The Airborne Toxic Event on June 3 is canceled.

At the Pageant, 6161 Delmar, the next show is the Mighty Pines on June 6.

The Hollywood Casino Amphitheater in Maryville opens its season with Chicago and Rick Springfield on June 23. Ozzy Osbourne’s concert on June 24 has been canceled, as has Journey and the Pretenders on June 26.

The next concert at the Stifel Theater is Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit on June 21.

The next concert scheduled at the Enterprise Center is English singer and actor Harry Styles on July 21. Janet Jackson comes on July 31. Elton John on July 7, Justin Bieber on July 13, and Tame Impala will all be rescheduled. Boni Jovi on July 23 has been canceled.

The next concert at the Fox Theater will be Gladys Knight on June 19.

The St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra’s performance on the NPR show “From the Top” on May 31 at Powell Hall has been canceled.

The St. Louis Symphony has canceled its season. Next concert slated is Byron Stripling and the SLSO in a salute to ragtime composer Scott Joplin, Jelly Roll Morton and bluesmen B.B. King and Muddy Waters on June 12.

The Okee Dokee Brothers concert on May 31 at the Kranzberg Arts Foundation has been canceled.

The Chaifetz Arena is closed and working to reschedule all events slated until July 5.

At the Pageant, 6161 Delmar, the next show is a Tom Petty tribute concert by the band Hard Promises on June 13.

The next show at the Touhill Performing Arts Center at the University of Missouri-SLU is the Dive Bar Saints on Aug. 12, rescheduled from April 25.

The next concert at the Family Arena in St. Charles will be the Beach Boys and America on July 29. Bachman and Cummings playing the music of the Guess Who plus Bachman Turner Overdrive on June 18 was canceled.


SPRINGFIELD: Missouri State University’s Tent Theater has canceled its 2020 season.

The next show listed at the Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts is “PAW Patrol Live: The Great Pirate Adventure” on Sept. 1. The touring production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Cats” for June 2 has been postponed to May 25-27, 2021.

OZARK: The Stained Glass Theater will reopen this summer with a stage version of Corrie Ten Boom's “The Hiding Place.”

ROGERS, Ark.: The Arkansas Public Theater has delayed its performance of Steve Martin’s “Meteor Shower” until June 5.

SPRINGDALE, Ark.: The Arts Center of the Ozarks has cleared its summer schedule.

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.: The next show at Theatre Squared is “Matilda: the Musical” in on June 3.

CARTHAGE: No future shows have been announced at the Stone’s Throw Theater in Carthage.

JOPLIN: No future shows have been announced at the Stained Glass Theater.

No shows have been slated at the Joplin Little Theater.

MIAMI, Okla.: Miami Little Theater will present the murder mystery musical “Curtains” on Sept. 24-27 at the Coleman Theater.

TULSA, Okla.: The next performance at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center is an updated version of Ibsen’s “An Enemy of the People,” focusing on fracking in Oklahoma, slated to open June 11 in the Liddy Doenges Theatre. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamboat,” slated for June 5 in the John H. Williams Theatre, was canceled.

PITTSBURG, Kan.: Pittsburg Community Theatre has canceled its season.

KANSAS CITY: Musical Theater Heritage at Crown Center will offer “The Music of Motown” revue on July 23-Aug. 17. “Chicago: the Musical” ha been canceled. “Carousel” has been rescheduled to Aug. 27. Crown Center reopened on May 15.

The Coterie Theater at Crown Center is offering its spring session of drama classes online. “Pete the Cat” has been rescheduled to spring 2021. Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” has been rescheduled for the fall of 2021.

The Unicorn Theater plans to reopen in its next season with Lydia Diamond’s play “Toni Stone” on Sept. 9.

The KC Repertory Theater plans to reopen next season on Sept. 11 with the new musical “The Old Man and the Old Moon.”

Quality Hill Playhouse has canceled shows through June.

Yardley Hall at the Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, Kan., remains closed. Daugherverse and the Solstice Dance Project is still scheduled for 7:30 p.m. June 19-20.

COLUMBIA: Talking Horse Productions has an online cabaret event slated for Saturday, May 23.

The Columbia Entertainment Company has canceled all upcoming shows.

The Maplewood Barn Theater has no shows scheduled.

ST. LOUIS: At the Stifel Theater, the puppet show “The Masked Singer” on June 6 has been canceled. “Trolls: Live,” slated for May 15-17, has been reset for Oct. 2-4.

The Muny hopes to open its season with the musical “Chicago,” now postponed until July 20. All shows will run only two weeks.

The Fox Theater has postponed its run of “Hamilton,” due to start on May 5. No new date has been announced.

Opera Theater St. Louis has canceled its 2020 season.

Black Repertory Theater has canceled George Brant’s play “Marie and Rosetta” for a two-weekend run, opening May 11, ending its season at the Edison Theater at Washington University.

“Showtimes 2020,” a showcase of work by the St. Louis Academy of Dance, is canceled for June 6, as are all other shows at Washington University’s Edison Theater.

The next event at the Marcelle is the New Line Film Series showing “Mack the Knife” on June 17.

The next show slated at the Stray Dog Theater is Kenneth Lonergan’s “Lobby Hero” at 8 p.m. on June 4-6, with shows for three weekends.

Westport Plaza Playhouse has canceled “The Rocky Mountain High Experience” with Rick Schuler, a tribute to John Denver, on July 7. All future shows are now canceled.

The next event at the Grandel Theater is the Karlovsky and Company Dance on June 18-19.

Union Avenue Opera has canceled its 2020 season.

No upcoming events are scheduled at .Zack.

The Shakespeare in the Park festival in Forest Park has rescheduled Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” to open on Aug. 12.

Stages St. Louis has canceled its summer season. The only show scheduled is “Always…Patsy Cline,” opening Sept. 4.


SPRINGFIELD: The Ozark Empire PRCA Pro Rodeo, slated for May 29-30 at the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds, has been canceled. The Show Me Snakes Reptile Show on the fairgrounds is the next event, slated for on June 6.

The Springfield Art Museum, while not announcing a reopening date, has scheduled its Watercolor USA exhibit to run from June 6-Aug. 16.

Comic Bert Kreischer is slated to perform on July 31 at the Gillioz Theater.

The Springfield parks, trails and open spaces, including the Nathaneal Green Park, the Jordan Valley Ice Park, the Rutledge-Wilson Farm Park outdoor areas, the Springfield Skate Park, are open. The Mizumoto Japanese Stroll Garden, the Springfield-Greene County Botanical Center and the Dickerson Park Zoo remain closed.

The Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield near Republic has reopened its tour road, trails and horseback trails. The next planned event is artillery firing demonstrations on June 6.

PEA RIDGE, Ark.: The Pea Ridge National Battlefield has reopened on a limited basis. Porta-potties have been strategically placed around the park as the visitor’s center remains closed.

BENTONVILLE, Ark.: The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art is closed. Online tours are available.

FORT SMITH, Ark.: The next seven at the ArcBest Performing Arts Center is the Chance 2 dance recital on July 8.

DIAMOND: The George Washington Carver National Monument is open for use of its grounds from 9 a.m to 4:30 p.m. daily. The visitor’s center remains closed.

JOPLIN: The Spiva Center for the Arts is closed but offering activities and classes online and via Zoom.

TULSA, Okla. At Expo Square, the RK Gun and Knife Show on May 23-24 is canceled. The next event is live horse racing on June 4.

The Tulsa Zoo remains closed.

The Gilcrease Museum of Western Art is closed but has a virtual tour online.

BARTLESVILLE, Okla.: The Bartlesville Community Center has no events planned until the KWON Cooking Extravaganza on Sept. 1.

NEVADA: The Vernon County Youth Fair Rodeo is slated for June 1-3 in the county fairgrounds, 1641-1679 E. Ashland St.

KANSAS CITY: The Impractical Jokers are due to perform on July 18 at the Starlight Theater in Swope Park.

Next at the Folly Theater will be comics Carolanne Miljavec on July 10 and Darren Knight on July 11.

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art is closed until further notice. Exhibits, including the recently closed “Queen Nefertari,” are available online.

The National World War 1 Museum and Memorial remains closed until further notice. “Pandemic: Then and Now” is an online exhibit about the 1918 flu epidemic now showing.

The Kansas City Zoo has canceled all events through June 30, and no new activities have been announced. The zoo has opened a 24/7 webcam on its penguins, available from its website.

ARROW ROCK: The Lyceum Theater has postponed its season and will open with “Murder on the Orient Express” on Aug. 7.

ST. LOUIS: Comedians in the 85 South Show has a performance slated for July 5 at the Chaifetz Arena.

At the Enterprise Center, TrueTV’s Impractical Jokers perform on July 17.

Comic Deon Cole performance on June 6 at the Pageant was postponed.

The St. Louis Zoo, though closed until further notice, has a live webcam showing the penguin house from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.

The St. Louis Art Museum, though closed until further notice, has collection viewing online.

All locations of the Missouri History Museum are closed until further notice.

The Kemper Art Museum at Washington University is closed until further notice.


REEDS SPRING: The Rock House has canceled its 16th annual Music Festival on June 4.

BRANSON: Silver Dollar City remains closed, postponing the Bluegrass and Barbecue Festival that runs through May. Season passes have been extended through June 1, 2021.

EUREKA SPRINGS, Ark.: Opera Theater of the Ozarks has canceled its 2020 season.

OKEMAH, Okla.: WoodyFest, the Woody Guthrie festival for singer/songwriters, has been scheduled for July 13-14.

CURRYVILLE: The Back Forty Bluegrass Festival for Memorial Day weekend has been canceled.

KANSAS CITY: The Heart of America Shakespeare Festival for 2020 has been canceled.

SEDALIA: The Scott Joplin Ragtime Festival, slated for May 27-30, has been canceled.

WEST PLAINS: The Heart of the Ozarks Bluegrass Festival, slated for June 4-6, has been canceled.

ST. LOUIS: The St. Louis Shakespeare Festival in Forest Park has moved performances of “Much Ado About Nothing” to Aug. 12-Sept. 6.

NATIONWIDE: Virtual tours with multiple webcam viewings are available at several zoos, including the San Diego Zoo, the Dallas Zoo, the Georgia Aquarium, the Monterey Bay Aquarium in California, the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden, the Shedd Aquarium and the Oregon Zoo. The Kansas City Zoo has a 24/7 webcam on its penguins.