At the Ellen Eccles Theatre On Sale Now! Don’t Miss Out!


There are eleven productions touring Cache Valley for the 2015-16 season, and we can’t wait to share them with you. There are two performances each of Cirque Mechanics and Bar J Wranglers—the rest are single shows, and most are coming to the Ellen Eccles for the first time, like Jeffery Broussard and the Creole Cowboys. The world is coming to our doorstep, from the up-and-coming TaikoProject to the tried-and-true Sons of the Pioneers and Hit Men: Former Stars of Frankie Valli and the Four Season, and from Utah’s own Repertory Dance Theatre to international performers Mnozil Brass (Austria) and Julie Fowlis (Scotland). Aquila Theatre will re-introduce us to the indomitable Sherlock Holmes in a stage play and we’re particularly excited about our Broadway offering, Million Dollar Quartet, a rock ‘n’ roll tour de force inspired by actual events. Try something new! Buy four or more shows and get 20% off.

All tickets for the Cache Valley Center for the Arts 2015-16 touring artist season and season tickets for the American Festival Chorus go on sale to the public Monday, August 17. Alex Boye and Gary Morris tickets are on sale now.

 

Get tickets

  • Online any time Click HERE
  • or between 10:00 and 5:30 Monday through Friday
    • in person at the ticket office (43 South Main, Logan)
    • or over the phone (435-752-0026),

We are honored to have a full slate of five American Festival Chorus performances at the Ellen Eccles Theatre this year, so, for the first time ever, you can get a season subscription and catch them all. Secure your space for the free Veteran’s Day concert, get the best seats in the house for Family Pops and Christmas concerts and save 10% overall by also attending the Spring Requiem and Evening with Jay Richards. Single tickets for the American Festival Chorus shows don’t go on sale until September 7.

We are thrilled to welcome back two of our favorites, Alex Boye who gave his first performance on the Ellen Eccles stage just last year, and our long-time friend Gary Morris, who has a seat in the theatre with his name on it. Tickets to both are on sale now.

Also come see the illusionist Jay Owenhouse