"WOW events aren't limited to when the performers are on stage," said MCFTA President and CEO Terri Trotter. "Also included will be pre- and post-show activities such as gatherings with the artists that are engaging, laid back and fun! Plus, downtown Midland is getting into the act with special activities for each WoW offering."
"And, best of all, the WoW Series is a great value, with tickets starting as low as $15 for most events. Or, see real savings by purchasing the entire series for just $50. Why not give something new a try? We guarantee you an artistic adventure that will make you say, WOW!"
The Windows on the World Series is supported by a grant from the Midland Area Community Foundation, and the remainder of its 2016-2017 lineup is: Rock & roll meets bluegrass when The HillBenders from Arkansas presents an original work: Tommy – A Bluegrass Opry on September 22 at 7:30 p.m. (tickets $25 and $15). Hailing from historic County Waterford, it's Danú: A Christmas Gathering on December 2 at 7:30 p.m. (tickets: $42, $35 and $27). Canadian percussion pioneers TorQ Percussion Quartet will have the MCFTA Auditorium rocking on January 20, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. (tickets $25 and $15). Finally, it's all green lights for modern dance troupe BODYTRAFFIC, on stage May 13, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. (tickets $25 and $15).
Details on the Windows on the World Series: www.mcfta.org/wow
Press Kit: http://www.mcfta.org/wow-series/wow-series-press-kit/
Tickets for these and all Midland Center for the Arts performances available at www.mcfta.org
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