Cast members with the Hardin County Playhouse will be performing a show full of ghoulish humor at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College’s Science Auditorium this weekend as “The Revenge of an HCP Halloween” premieres.
The classic rock sounds of Journey will take the stage Saturday at the State Theater in Elizabethtown with the Resurrection — A Journey Tribute concert.
Country music star Billy Dean is set to headline a multi-act concert event Friday evening at the State Theater in Elizabethtown.
COVID may have caused a delay in being able to show off their art, but the Central Kentucky Art Guild’s 2019 and 2020 artists of the year recently displayed their work and look forward to the guild exhibit in October.
This weekend, audience members at the Hardin County Schools Performing Art Center in Elizabethtown will be introduced to a family that is equal parts hilarious and maniacal as the PAC ProAm program presents Joseph Kesselring’s farcical dark comedy “Arsenic and Old Lace.”
After having to reschedule because of COVID-19, the Ronnie Milsap concert is planned to take place Friday at the State Theater in Elizabethtown.
Southern Indiana-based group The Strings of Indian Creek are set to perform Friday at Bourbon Barrel Tavern in Elizabethtown.
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In support of her debut album “Stones,” country music up-and-comer Allie Colleen has been showcasing a blend of upbeat honky-tonk energy and stripped-down storytelling at venues throughout the country.
A music festival at the Hardin County Fairgrounds next month promises 12 hours of live music, food trucks and local vendors. Set for Sept. 25, the Hills N’ Holler Music Fest will include live performances from national touring acts and local talent alike.
The summer concert series at the Emerald Cathedral ends this weekend with a concert by Mudbone and the Thunder Bayou Band featuring local band Van Winkle and the Spirits.
Young actors will be presenting a fresh take on classic Brothers Grimm fairytales this weekend as the Hardin County Playhouse presents “The Sisters Grimm” at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College’s Science Auditorium.
This weekend, Glen Rice finally returns to the Hardin County School’s Performing Arts Center stage at John Hardin High School.
After being forced to cancel their spring show last year due to COVID-19, the Heart of Kentucky Men’s Chorus promises a return to “good times” as they present a concert Saturday evening at the Emerald Cathedral Amphitheater in Elizabethtown.
The State Theater brings humor back to the stage Saturday with comedian Henry Cho.
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