Roses are red, indeed, but if you’re looking to supplement the sentiment this Valentine’s Day, you could put on a show.
Or five shows, while you’re at it.
It’s Showtime is a brand-new entertainment series hosted by the Garner Performing Arts Center and tickets are available now, for individual performances or for the season.
The series opens on March 17 with mentalist Craig Karges. Part magic, part psychology, his show is known to mystify audiences everywhere, as tables float, metal bends and more.
Next up, hear two bands on one ticket as the award-winning John Brown Quintet jazz group bops the house on April 13, along with The Groove Shop Band, performing Motown, swing and more.
On May 12, Elvis hits the Garner stage — Elvis tribute artist Eddie Miles, that is. Miles’ salute to The King has earned worldwide accolades; his show also includes nods to country legends Hank Williams, Johnny Cash and others.
And billed as “the funniest man in America,” veteran comedian James Gregory brings his famous grin and his front-porch reflections to GPAC on Aug. 24.
All shows in the series are at 7:30 p.m. Season tickets are $70 and include admission to all four shows; for single-show ticket prices and additional information, see garnerperformingartscenter.com.
Garner Performing Arts Center is located at 742 W. Garner Road.