Since our very first show with Art Garfunkel on September 10, 1999, BPACC has offered 342 shows across 24 seasons. It's been a long road filled with talented entertainers, including people like Glen Campbell, Amy Grant, Don McLean, and Lily Tomlin.
With seventeen different shows (plus a free night of theatre from Tennessee Shakespeare Company), the 2023-2024 Season is one we are proud to present.
While we've had big names and even bigger productions, these shows wouldn't be possible without the support of our patrons and sponsors. Whether you've been coming to every show or you're about to come to your first, thank you and welcome to BPACC!
TICKETS FOR THE 2023-2024 SEASON GO ON SALE MONDAY, JULY 24TH AT 10 AM.
We are excited to announce that we no longer charge credit card processing fees. Whether you're buying tickets with card, cash, or check, the price is the same.
All sales are final. No refunds, resales, or exchanges. The only tickets valid at BPACC are those purchased through our Box Office, whether that is online, by phone, or in person. Checks will not be accepted the week of a performance. Returned or bounced checks will incur a $20 fee.
Since 2016, brothers Zach and Dylan Zmed have brought the music of another sibling duo to new audiences. Join them for a fantastic night celebrating the early rock music of The Everly Brothers, full of the music loved across generations. With songs like “Let It Be Me,” “Wake Up Little Susie,” and “All I Have To Do Is Dream” along with the music from Christmas with the Everly Brothers and the Boystown Choir, this is a perfect way to get into the holiday spirit.
BPACC & Esprit de Corps present The Nutcracker Ballet
Clara experiences a night of magic, mischief, and… mice?! This production of Tchaikovsky’s famous ballet features dancers from Singleton Community Center’s Esprit de Corps dance troupe as characters like Clara, the Nutcracker, the Mouse King, and more. This Christmas classic features the original score, including the iconic Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy.
Kick off 2024 with the music of ABBA, one of the most popular bands of all time! From the music that inspired the hit Broadway musical and film series Mamma Mia to their ever-catchy songs finding a new home on social media, ABBA has music beloved across generations. ABBA Revisited has taken the music and fashion of ABBA across the globe, even performing as far away as Dubai. With songs like “Fernando,” “Angeleyes,” and “Dancing Queen,” you’ll be singing, clapping, and dancing the night away.
The combination of Chapel Hart’s playful energy, clever lyrics, and beautiful three-part harmonies have earned them fans across the nation. Composed of sisters Danica and Devynn Hart and cousin Trea Swindle, Chapel Hart blends country and gospel to create music that made ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons say, “Chapel Hart stole my heart.” Chapel Hart joined CMT’s Next Women of Country in 2021 and in 2022, made their Grand Ole Opry debut and even reached the Top 5 on America’s Got Talent after receiving the coveted Golden Buzzer. Come see the next big name in country right here at BPACC!
Take a trip with Dr. T-Rex through pre-history! Learn why “it stinks to be extinct” from this wacky paleontologist as he teaches you even more about your favorite dinosaurs. Dr. T-Rex creates a funny and informative experience full of surprises and prehistoric mischief with help from the audience and his dinosaur friends, including the eight-foot tall Rexie the T-Rex. This show is ideal for families with kids in kindergarten to sixth grade. Join us for pre-hysterical family fun!
Making their highly anticipated return to BPACC, Hotel California: A Salute to the Eagles is the only show to have ever received an "Official Authorization" for a live performance. With music like “Heartache Tonight,” “One of These Nights,” and “Witchy Woman,” the Eagles are one of the best-selling artists of all time with over 150 million records. Hotel California faithfully recreates the energy and the music of the Eagles at their peak. Whether you’re living life in the fast lane or taking it easy, Hotel California provides an opportunity to relive the best of the Eagles.
The Tony Award-winning musical comes to BPACC! Fly with Peter Pan, Tinkerbell, and the Darling children straight to Neverland for a timeless adventure. With songs like “I’m Flying,” “I’ve Gotta Crow,” and “Never Never Land,” Peter Pan is a show that connects to those dreams of soaring across the sky and never growing up. Watch Peter fly across the stage as he takes Wendy on a magical journey where they meet characters like Tiger Lily, Smee, and the Lost Children and face off against clumsy pirates, a ticking crocodile, and the villainous Captain Hook.
BPACC is proud to continue its partnership with the Bartlett Community Concert Band. The BCCB’s spring concert features a variety of musical arrangements beautifully played by Bartlett’s very own talented concert band. Directed by Dr. Rhendle Millen, their music includes everything from classical masterpieces to movie soundtracks and pop music.
With songs like “Kiss Me” and “There She Goes,” Leigh Nash’s delicate voice brought her alternative Christian band Sixpence None the Richer critical acclaim worldwide. Now, Nash has an established solo career that crosses genres. Whether it’s pop, country, rock, or devotionals, Nash’s voice is just as captivating. Her latest album features Nash alongside musicians like Tanya Tucker, Vince Gill, and Ruby Amanfu for both new original songs and covers. Don’t miss Leigh Nash in concert for a truly memorable performance.
From his breakout role as Luke in The Dukes of Hazzard to his Tony-nominated portrayal of Frank Butler in the 1999 Broadway revival of Annie Get Your Gun, Tom Wopat has an incredibly charismatic stage presence and, with thirteen solo releases spanning multiple genres, Tom Wopat is just as versatile as a musician as he is an actor. Tom Wopat can comfortably switch from crooning jazz standards to country-rock and Americana, as evident with his 2023 album Simple Man. Join us for this one-of-a-kind experience of a man who rightfully belongs in the spotlight.