Live Performances at Icicle Creek

Award-winning artists, lively concerts, dance, spoken word and more coming to Icicle Creek this season!

An inspiring line up

Pick any weekend and there’s bound to be something fun for you to do at Icicle Creek. Our lineup of live performances features a diverse array of amazing talents on stages indoor and out.

Upcoming at Icicle Creek Center for the Arts

Abra-KEY-dabra
Live Performances, Classical
May
20
May 20 5:00pm
$12-22

Rachmaninoff's Piano Magic with Adult Piano Retreat Faculty Lisa Bergman and Jerry Borshard, Duo Pianists!

 
Icicle Creek Chamber Music Festival
Live Performances, Classical
Jul
6
Jul 6 7:00pm, Jul 7 7:00pm, Jul 13 7:00pm, Jul 14 7:00pm, Jul 20 7:00pm, Jul 21 7:00pm
$12-22

The 24th annual festival returns to deliver musical experiences brought to you by world-class artists.

Music in the Meadow: Bruce Cockburn
Live Performances
Jul
28
Jul 28 7:00pm
$32

For 40 years, this Canadian musical legend has been capturing in song the essence of human experience – while fiercely striving to make it better.

Music in the Meadow: Hey Marseilles with Brew-Haha & Food Truck Face-Off
Live Performances
Aug
4
Aug 4 4:00pm
$30-50

Live music, a craft beer competition, and a food truck face-off with music from Hey Marseille and more!

Music in the Meadow: The Paperboys
Live Performances
Aug
11
Aug 11 7:00pm
$28

They're back! Genre-bending, joyous rock-folk-pop-world-roots music in the meadow! 

The Student Prince
Live Performances, Theater, Opera
Sep
21
Sep 21 7:00pm, Sep 22 7:00pm, Sep 23 2:00pm, Sep 28 7:00pm, Sep 29 7:00pm, Sep 30 2:00pm
$22-36

The songs and the singers will surround you as you join us in the Snowy Owl BierGarten for this Broadway classic.

The Student Prince Understudy Performance
Live Performances, Theater, Opera
Sep
27
Sep 27 7:00pm
$10-24

The songs and the singers will surround you as you join us in the Snowy Owl BierGarten for this Broadway classic.

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