Mary Alice Reporting –

Ticket sales opened for single show tickets for the upcoming 2022-23 Performing Arts Center season.

The venue has scheduled 27 shows starting in September that include comedians, country artists, a rock concert, and special three-night showings of Riverdance and Blue Man Group.

General Manager David Mitchell says the diverse lineup has something for everyone.

“That’s by design. We always try and bring a wide variety of shows because we know that everyone’s taste in what they want to see in live entertainment. It all varies and I think we did a really great job of truly getting something for everybody, and hopefully there’s more than one show that kind of resonates with you.”

Single show tickets are now available for purchase.

“Right now you can go to the website,, and buy individual shows, any shows that you want. If you’re looking to save some money and you’re looking at multiple shows, if you buy between four and seven shows, you can save $5 per ticket [and] if you buy eight or more shows, $10 [off] a ticket.”

In October, The Queen’s Cartoonists takes the stage and into November, performances include Beyond Glory, One Night in Memphis, OkCello, and That Arena Rock Show.

Patrons can get in the holiday spirit with Celtic Woman A Christmas Symphony on December 13th and on December 21st, it’s Sounds of the Season, which is a free concert where tickets are required and will feature area musicians. Donations will be accepted to benefit the Performing Arts Center’s Education Fund.

Going into 2023, Josh Turner comes to the stage on January 13th, a kid-friendly show, Dragons and Mythical Beasts, on January 28th, the return of the Oak Ridge Boys March 19th followed by a unique Beetle experience, Yesterday and Today, on March 25th.

A full listing is available on the PAC’s website or for more details, stop by the Box Office or call them at 330-308-6400.

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