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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, entertainment venues have had to adapt – we are thrilled to bring you livestream and on-demand events for you to enjoy from the comfort and safety of your homes! Thank you for supporting the arts during these tough times!

See all of the events you can watch from home below!

HOW IT WORKS
After purchasing your access to the show, you will be sent an email from the box office containing your private access link to the recorded performance with a personalized password.  We recommend watching it on your TV or a screen connected to a good set of speakers.  Computers, tablets and phones will also work, but the speakers typically won’t do the concert justice! (Hint: use headphones if you have to watch it on one of those devices.)

What do the videos look like? Here's a clip from "An Andy & Bing Christmas" from 2020!

I Dig Peter, Paul & Mary – A Tribute

Featuring Michael Monroe, Timothy Frantzich & Phil Kitchen

Tribute to Peter, Paul & Mary

Michael Monroe, “Minnesota acoustic music master” (Star Tribune), leads this trio through tunes like “Blowin’ In The Wind,” “Follow Me,” “The Wedding Song,” “Where Have All The Flowers Gone,” “If I Had a Hammer,” “Day Is Done,” “I Dig Rock and Roll Music” as well as their top-ten hits such as “Puff The Magic Dragon,” “Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right” and “Leaving on a Jet Plane.”

Enjoy these seasoned performers: Phil’s pure highs, Timothy’s tenor and Michael’s baritone voices as they blend impeccable harmonies and rye humor. All the sweet sounds, complete with the emotion of the ’70s.

Relive your favorite memories of Peter, Paul and Mary, who’s timeless tunes of the ’60s & ’70s remain relevant to this day!

February 20 – April 17
A Night of Wonder

A Night full of Wonder is a tribute to an all-star by some of the Twin Cities own all-stars! Be prepared to be romanced and get up and jump and dance as you sing along to Stevie’s hits like “I Wish,” “Higher Ground,” “Sir Duke,” “Signed, Sealed, Delivered I’m Yours” and many, many more! There will be some “kick your shoes off” versions of his music, powerful solos and duets, soothing ballads and rollicking pop tunes to take you on Stevie’s unstoppable journey under music’s bright spotlight. The show celebrates this pioneer and innovator in the music industry. Come hear the music of Steveland Hardaway Judkins Morris, otherwise known as Stevie Wonder (perhaps the 8th wonder of the world)!

March 3 – April 28
Mick Sterling

From the King, For the King celebrates the deeply spiritual and moving songs that Elvis, throughout his entire career, always leaned on and moved him. Fueled by the inventive and completely distinctive vocals of the legendary Jordanaires, From the King, For the King celebrates this completely unique early Elvis-era gospel songs that are so distinctive of the man himself.

The show is 95% Elvis gospel songs from his early ’60s period of gospel albums, plus a few ’50s Elvis tunes.  Songs like “Run On,” “Milky White Way,” “Swing Down Sweet Chariot,” “Amazing Grace,” “Baby Let’s Play House,” “You’ll Never Walk Alone,” “If We Never Meet Again,” “I, John,” “Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho,” “Mystery Train,” “How Great Thou Art” and more!

No jump suits and not glitz. A new kind of Elvis show – it’s a homage to early Elvis and his love of gospel!

March 10 – May 5

Moonshadow – An Evening of Cat Stevens

Featuring Michael Monroe, Lori Dokken and Christopher Jantzen

Michael Monroe Cat Stevens

Minnesota’s own Emmy Award-winning acoustic tunesmith, Michael Monroe, performs an evening of music by the tremendously popular British singer-songwriter.

Mr. Monroe has performed his original music for five decades. His hand-crafted Seaton guitars are made of 200 year-old reclaimed wood from the bottom of Lake Superior. These “works of art,” his rich vocals and crystal/bamboo flutes showcase his signature mellifluous sound. Expect the best of Cat with songs like “Wild World,” “Peace Train,” “Father & Son,” “Hard Headed Woman,” “Where Do The Children Play,” “Can’t Keep It In” and of course, “Moonshadow.”

March 15 – May 10

Her Majesty’s Royal Subjects – A Tribute to Queen

Featuring Matt Riehle, Ben Bakken and Jonny James & the Hall of Fames

Her Majesty's Royal Subjects - A Tribute to Queen

Experience the glorious vocals, bask in the glow of blazing guitar solos, give yourself the royal treatment… you deserve it!

Jonny James and the Hall of Fames (The Song Remains the Same – JJHOF Does ZeppelinPink Floyd – Dark Side of the Moon & Other Floydian Tales) is back again with a brand-new show paying tribute to another of the greatest British bands of all time. Queen has rocked us over the years with their chart-topping hits and bountiful B-sides – and JJHOF is here to keep it all alive. The core group (Jonny James, Andy, Mike and Matt) will be joined by the ridiculously talented singer/actor, Ben Bakken.

This show is dedicated to bringing you the live performances of Queen with all the energy, extravagance and rock you can handle. Featuring hits like “Another One Bites the Dust,” “Don’t Stop Me Now,” “Somebody to Love,” “We Will Rock You” and many more. This new show is bound to be “A Kind of Magic!”

March 29 – May 24

Forever Everly

A Tribute to the Great Duets Made Famous by The Everly Brothers

Forever Everly at Chanhassen Dinner Theatres

The Everly Brothers combined their two voices for a distinctive harmony that was wrapped around some of the finest songs of the early rock era. This joyous performance features a full band and six wonderful vocalists: Mary Jane Alm, Boyd & Aimée Lee and brothers Paul & Tim Frantzich, all taking turns to interpret the rich and varied musical catalog of the legendary duo. A major influence on the Beatles and virtually every vocal act that followed, the Everlys were also able to cross genres and had both pop and country hits. Featuring all of their greats: “Bye Bye Love,” “Wake Up Little Susie,” “Devoted To You,” “Cathy’s Clown,” “All I Have To Do is Dream,” and “Let It Be Me,” as well as a few under-appreciated gems. Whether you’re a lifelong Everly Brothers fan, or just a fan of great vocal harmonies, this show promises to be a treat!

April 12 – June 7
André Venter

Led by South African recording star André Venter and an incredible band with strings, horns and background singers, You Know the Songs will feature many of the international hits of Barry Manilow including “Mandy,” “Could it be Magic,” “American Bandstand,” “I Write the Songs,” “Copacabana,” “It’s a Miracle” and many more.

The songs of Barry Manilow are irresistible and in the incredibly capable hands of André.  This night will be a night to remember and make you anxiously want to try to get that feeling again as soon as possible!

April 14 – June 9
Born To Run Mick Sterling

Mick Sterling Presents Born to Run, a full-throated and passionate night of E Street Band rock and soul.  Mick Sterling leads a huge band featuring horns and strings through the epic songs of Springsteen’s extraordinary career.   Featuring songs like “Thunder Road,” “Backstreets,” “Kitty’s Back,” “American Land,” “Jungleland” and “Rosalita.” Come see Fireside veteran Mick Sterling lead his remarkable band honoring “The Boss!”

April 19 – June 14

JazzMN – Icons of the Jazz Sextet

Featuring the JazzMN Sextet

JazzMN

Sit back in the comfort of your home and enjoy the sextet sound that made the legends of jazz household names.

The JazzMN Sextet, members of the larger JazzMN Orchestra, will recreate classic sextet favorites from the ’40s, ’50s and beyond.

Although the quintet was the most common instrumentation for small jazz groups since the earliest days, composers, arrangers and musicians soon embraced the sextet as an ensemble where they could expand their writing chops, as well as their improvisations. The particular instrumentation of trumpet, saxophone, trombone, piano, bass and drums yielded a rich legacy of captivating compositions and arrangements that let soloists shine. The program features favorites by Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Horace Silver, Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers, Art Farmer & Benny Golson’s Jazztet and more.

The JazzMN Sextet includes: JC Sanford, trombone and director; Pete Whitman, saxophones; Adam Rossmiller, trumpet; Mary Louise Knutson, piano; Jeff Bailey, bass and Phil Hey, drums. These are some of the top musicians in the Twin Cities. Two of them have played with Doc Severinsen, and JazzMN’s artistic director, JC Sanford, has been regularly recognized in Downbeat Magazine’s Critics’ Poll.

Explore the foundations of modern jazz with the JazzMN Sextet!

April 29 – June 24

Rainy Days & Mondays – The Music of the Carpenters

Featuring Aimée Lee & the Superstars

Rainy Days & Mondays - The Music of the Carpenters

Do not miss this stellar tribute to The Carpenters, the biggest-selling soft-rock group of the ’70s. If you were a Carpenter’s fan, this concert will make you smile, sway and want to sing along. Aimée Lee, the quintessential “Karen,” is backed by 12 musicians and back-up singers who perfectly re-create that classic Carpenters sound you remember and love. Featuring favorite classics “Close To You,” “Yesterday Once More,” “We’ve Only Just Begun,” “Mr. Postman,” “Superstar,” “For All We Know” and many, many more! Book early — this favorite sells out in a flash. Do not delay!

May 11 – July 6

You’ve Got a Friend – A James Taylor Tribute

Featuring Michael Monroe & Noah Hoehn

Michael Monroe

“Minnesota’s acoustic music master” (Jon Bream, Star Tribune) and Emmy Award-winning North Shore-based acoustic tunesmith, Michael Monroe, presents an evening of favorite tunes by folk/pop singer-songwriter James Taylor. “You’ve Got A Friend” is the first song Monroe sang professionally in ’72 at Asbury Park in NJ for 4,000 attending the music fest.  Expect to hear the best of James Taylor with songs like “Fire & Rain,” “Shower The People,” “Close Your Eyes,” “Sunny Skies,” “Sweet Baby James,” “Handy Man,” “October Road” and of course, “You’ve Got A Friend.” Taylor has always been a huge inspiration to Michael and a perfect fit for CDT’s Concert Series.

May 16 – July 11
From Barry - Vintage Pop Classics of the Bee Gees

The contribution to pop music of the Brothers Gibb is so huge that it can easily be taken for granted. From Barry – Vintage Pop Classics of The Bee Gees will be a full-throated musical love letter to the brilliant songwriting and arrangements of Barry Gibb.

The vocals of Barry, Robin and Maurice are brought to life by Mick Sterling, Max Krauth, Wayne Anthony and Boyd Lee along with Mary Jane Alm, Cate Fierro and Aimée Lee. Hear songs from the crucial catalog of The Bee Gees including “Too Much Heaven,” “Massachusetts,” “Words,” “I Started a Joke,” “To Love Somebody” and will also include their legendary Saturday Night Fever hits along with “Jive Talkin’,” “Knights On Broadway” and more!

From Barry features a huge band with strings, horns, percussion and 6 lead vocals. The songs are moving and pitch pop perfect!

May 24 – July 19

We hope to see you in person with us soon!

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